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Hotels in Sharm El Sheikh

Situated at the southern tip of the on the Sinai Peninsula, Sharm El Sheikh Hotels offer access to one of Egypt's most popular destinations, surrounded by white sands, blue waters and designer shops.

Diving

The waters around Sharm El Sheikh are brimming with sea life and the area offers some of the best scuba-diving locations in the world. There are a number of excellent spots to visit, from the Straits of Tiran in the north to Ras Mohamed in the south. One of the most popular diving locations is Shark's Bay, a short drive north of Na'ama Bay and a great destination for coming face to face with parrotfish, puffer fish and stingrays. The underwater coral reefs are similarly ideal for seeing a variety of exotic fish. Jackson Reef, Woodhouse Reef, Thomas Reef and Gordon Reef are all fantastic diving sites. Also worth visiting is Ras Mohamed National Park where you'll find the wrecks of a number of ships, including the SS Thistlegorm, a British ship sunk by Germans during the Second World War.

As well as diving, Sharm El Sheikh is an ideal place for everything from windsurfing to canoeing. You'll find a selection of watersports centres dotted along the beach area.

Desert

Away from the blue waters that surround Sharm El Sheikh you'll find the vast Sinai desert. While setting off alone into the desert isn't recommended, there are a number of exciting trips offering everything from quad bike tours to a chance to watch a sun set over the desert dunes. There are also motorbike and horse riding trips in the desert – both exhilarating ways to explore this sublimely beautiful landscape.

Markets

On the west side of Sharm El Sheikh you'll find the Old Market, an authentic Egyptian marketplace. You'll need to practice your haggling skills to get the best deals as you drift from stall to stall, past shops selling colourful jewellery, perfume bottles, pottery, trinkets and clothes. There are also plenty of restaurants in the market where you can sample an array of mouth-watering local specialities and international favourites. Na'ama Bay is a slightly more upmarket option, with another selection of interesting shops and stalls to peruse. The Camel Bar and Roof in Na'ama Bay is a sociable place to unwind with a cocktail and a shisha pipe and the area also has a selection of restaurants.

Nightlife

The resort of Sharm El Sheikh has a lively nightlife, featuring a collection of western and Arabic-style bars. Farsha Café is a Bedouin-style bar complete with floor cushions and lamps – a nice place to escape the afternoon heat with a coffee and a shisha pipe. Harry's Pub is an English-style watering hole that's very popular with tourists and expats while Pacha is the resort's main club and an excellent place for drinks and dancing late into the night.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Sharm El Sheikh

What are the most booked hotels in Sharm El Sheikh?

Hotel Panorama Naama Heights is one of the most popular hotels in Sharm El Sheikh.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Sharm El Sheikh?

The cheapest price for a double room in Sharm El Sheikh is £9, offered by Royal Naama Bay Resort SSH.

If I want to stay in the center of Sharm El Sheikh, which hotels shall I consider?

The best hotels near the center of Sharm El Sheikh are Kahramana Sharm Hotel, Falcon Naama Star Hotel and Sol Y Mar Naama Bay.

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