Dreams Beach Resort is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Sharm El Sheikh, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Sharm El Sheikh's most popular landmarks, such as The Heavenly Cathedral (1.7 mi) and Al Mustafa Mosque (1.8 mi), Dreams Beach Egypt is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the resort.
Dreams Beach Resort features a concierge and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and a poolside bar.
While visiting Sharm El Sheikh, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Fares Seafood, Little Buddha, or Fares Seafood - IL Mercato.
Enjoy your stay in Sharm El Sheikh!
I stayed at Dreams Beach Resort for five days and took accommodation with breakfast and dinner only. It seemed like a good choice to me because I usually eat twice a day, don't drink alcohol and don't like snacks all day. It was a surprise to me that only water was allowed in the restaurant during the meal. In the morning I had to make coffee in the room and in the evening I had to buy coca cola from a shop 10-minute walk from the hotel. It was so uncomfortable that I gave up hotel meals in the last few days. The second memorable incident was on the first morning. I didn't know what time breakfast was over and I was three minutes late. I saw the food, but nothing was allowed to be taken. Fortunately, there was again one shop on the street where the owner offered morning coffee. Such restaurant rules were surprising to me. The positive thing was that I lost a pound in five days. On the plus side, the room was big and clean enough and had everything I needed. The balcony had beautiful sea view. The area of the hotel was clean and flowery, and the biggest plus was two well-fed cats who interacted with people in a friendly way. Keep these cats, they know how to make guests feel welcome!…
From the moment we arrived we new that there was no way this hotel is 5 star. The most I would give this is 3. Its tired and in need a overhaul. The seafood restaurant doesn’t even exist anymore, it’s a dilapidated building that is now cordoned off. The food was atrocious. The English are not catered for at all, even the evening entrainment was normally a singer and in Russian. One bar in reception and the alcohol was so bad we had to go to the shop and buy a bottle of vodka and some beers. The staff were lovely and very helpful, it’s a shame because we would never go back.
Booked to stay here for 12 nights but unfortunately we felt the need to leave after 8 nights the hotel is not for the English at all it was made worse by the current problem as the hotel started to empty we were treated very bad they shut pool bar put all the sun beds away. They made us feel very unwelcome I went to reception to ask for help to phone my hotel rep I was spoken to very rudely was told no phones work there was no manager I could talk to i have never met anyone as rude as the receptionist in sharm (pictured) I am grateful it wasn’t my first time in sharm as I would not return I would not recommend this hotel to anyone do not waste your money
Were worried about previous reviews but found this hotel very friendly indeed, with quite a few speaking English and pleased to see you. Nice room with balcony and sea view, fridge and free safe, air con very effective. Beautiful well kept gardens and very interesting cliff face and a few beach areas. Had a massage in sister hotel Dreams Vacations next door 30 Euros for 1 hr body massage which was good value. Everyone pleased to see the English coming back but not sure now with the Coronavirus changing things for a while what the tourism will be like. Lots of Ukranians and not many English when we were there, though that may change now the flights are going in. Don't expect an English cooked breakfast but quite a lot of variety. They have 4 speciality restaurants which we were glad of, all free and you can book all at the Grill House by the beach after 10am (Fish, Mexican - in Vacations, Grill House and Italian). Entertainment every night with a singer by the lobby and show at 10pm, also disco. Some very good shows especially the dance show which had amazing dancers. Found the alcohol and cocktails dreadful, except the beer (Heinikin) and the wine which varied but that may be our taste. We bought spirits at the airport and had some drinks in the room. Most prices in dollars or euros but take some Egyptian pounds. Went to Naama Bay by taxi (100 EP each way), lots of shops and beach was lovely but beware of jelly fish, lots of lovely coloured fish. Went to Soho Square (200 EP each way) though quite empty in the day and best at night. There's a shopping centre when you come out of the hotel and walk about 20 mins left called El Mercato with MacDonalds and a few shops and cafes. A few shops in the hotel complex and had some jewellery repairs to a ring at the jewellers by the restaurant which worked out less that half the price in England. Wifi reception poor and best in the lobby centre. Animation team with darts, stretching, etc. There was BBC World News and a English films on in the room every day.…
Firstly, Was a lovely resort. Friendly reception staff. Ahmed was a fantastic guy who maintained and cleaned our room. Weather was brilliant...anything away from the UK. Evening can get chilly...so take a light jacket or jumper. Everyone wants tips! If you tip them you get treated like VIP. Food was average. Breakfast was lovely. Lunch and dinner felt pretty much similar daily. Downside is hardly anything for children like nuggets and chips. If you ask the staff they will bring you a plate of chips. McDonalds is not far. You can get a taxi for 20 Egyptian pounds (1GBP). Taxi to naama bay there and back is around 100LE (5GBP). Taxi to old town which is beautiful is around 100LE too. Soho square is very westernized. Looks amazing. Bit further out so it should cost around 10GBP return. They will ask for loads of money...you need to haggle with them. The hotel has a cash point and it's so easy to use. I would change money there as the GBP value is more appreciated there. Entertainment in evening was the worst ever! It was all in Russian. Nothing for English speaking children and adults. You have to be aware that Sharm has not had many British holiday makers in a long time...so the entertainment and resorts are not aimed for British ir English holiday makers. Maybe by Summer things will improve.…