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sensatori

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sensatori

Hi all,please can someone tell me what area of sharm this hotel is please.ive only been to the nabq area and love it.

also the pics of this hotel look amazing,is it really as good as the pics look? ?

Thanks all for any replys.:-)

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1. Re: sensatori

Hi. Sensatori is in an area called Ras Nosrany, about 10-15 mins from Nabq towards Namma Bay, Soho Square is about 7 mins by taxi so very close to Sharks Bay. Yes it is exactly as the photos show but even better when you are actually there :)

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Thanks for the quick reply.

is there much outside of the hotel as in shops and stuff? ?the mrs loves the odd bit of shopping :-(

Also the price is 1160pounds pp for 14nights is this a good price? ?

Sorry for all the questions its just weve been egypt twice but stayed in the same hotel both times so always a little nervous about trying somwhere different..thanks again

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Hi Shaun,

Some local shop to the right of the hotel as you face the beach. Selling sun creams and fake designer goods. A few shops in the hotel selling similar to the local shops but more expensive. We are returning again this year as last year was so good. Probably the best hotel we have been to, great food, service, entertainment & snorkeling. You will chill out and enjoy. Pay it it's worth it.

Darren

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The area is Montazah and the nearest reef is Ras Nasrani. There is not much to do around the hotel although the hotel looks great so you may not choose to go anywhere! Soho Square is either a 40 minute walk or max. 10 minutes by taxi and Nabq is about 15 minutes.

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5. Re: sensatori

Nobody in their right mind would walk there, especially at night!!!

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Maybe not at night if you're on your own (though it's probably safer than wandering around some London streets at night!) but it's fine in the daytime.

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Was there in September 2013...it's a fantastic hotel...the staff were all amazing.

In addition to the main restaurant there are 3 a la carte restaurants that you can use free of charge (although there are a few dishes you have to pay for) plus 2 additional 'pay' a la carte restaurants.

Great for snorkelling as it has its own 'house reef'.

£1160pp for 2 weeks is a very good price - we paid £1100pp for 10 nights (although we did pay a bit extra to go into the adults only area).

Only a handful of shops nearby which are situated between the Sensatori & Barons...your typical touristy shops. If you're wanting a proper shopping expedition you'll need to go the either Soho Square or Naama Bay itself.

If you want a holiday that is totally chilled then this is the place for you.

TOP TIP: The bar to use is the outside one in front of the Italian & Middle Eastern a la carte restaurants...just sit and relax and watch the world go by. Bliss!

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