Between the sea and the sky lie an oasis of cool greenery and casually elegant accommodations on the Sinai Peninsula. At our Egyptian Resort, every room and suite brings you a breezy balcony or terrace, most with views of the Red Sea. And our four pools are ideal for sultry days – when you’re not taking advantage of desert excursions or exploring our world-class diving sites. Get ready to experience the perfect combination of activity and relaxation, on land and in the sea. We look forward to showing you our Sharm El Sheikh.
- Premier Sea-View Room
Designed with maximum privacy in mind, this upper-level room boasts elevated sea and garden views from your private balcony.Details
- One-Bedroom Suite
A sea-view living room with a balcony is ideal for spending time with family and friends, while the separate bedroom offers privacy.Details
- One-Bedroom Suite With Plunge Pool
These ground-floor suites, with a fully furnished private terrace and your very own plunge pool, offer ample space for privacy and relaxation.Details
- Two-Bedroom Sea-View Family Suite
Two bedrooms – one with a private balcony – are separated by living and dining space with a second balcony, plus a well-equipped kitchenette.Details
- Royal Suite
Cool off in your private pool with shoreline views of the sea, soak in the whirlpool on a starry night, or dine in your garden courtyard – this private residence is your own personal kingdom.Details
Warm, crystal-clear waters and rich marine life make this a diver’s paradise
World-Class Scuba Diving and Snorkelling
There are 76 recognized dive sites within a day’s boat ride of Sharm El Sheikh, many of them only a few minutes from the Resort. Our two jetties and team of experts allow divers and snorkellers easy access to the world’s warmest sea, bursting with reef systems, coral gardens and shipwrecks.
Learn to snorkel in the pool, then take your skills to the sea where you’ll swim among world-class coral reefs.Hannah William Briggs Dive Center Receptionist
- Dive to Red Sea Shipwrecks
Descend through clear Red Sea waters to the SS Thistlegorm, sunk in World War II, and ships destroyed by the coral reef.Details
- Sunset Safari
Journey across the Sinai Desert on a family-friendly camel tour, catching the sun as it sets below the horizon.
- Bedouin Dinner Under the Stars
Shadows, firelight and the sea set the scene for a Bedouin-style nighttime feast on our Red Sea beach. Savour a spread of Egyptian food as you experience the evening’s entertainment – music, fire and belly dancers, and camel rides on the beach.