Well we had yet another holiday at the SGR in January/February this year, our 5th to date! Upgraded on arrival to Sultan Class as per normal, well worth the money. Those dine around privileges are awesome, the food is absolutely fabulous, you wouldn't get any better food anywhere, and we are fussy eaters. The steak in the Casa Mia is fantastic, but our favourite has to be the prawn cocktails, coconut shrimp, chicken wings in the Fleur de Lis/Seafood Market, to name but a few!!
It was great to catch up with all the staff yet again, welcomed once again like old friends, nothing is too much trouble for them. In fact my husband has been renamed Mr Sultan by some of the staff.
Upgraded to a suite yet again, due to the loyalty club privileges, the rooms are always cleaned to a high standard.
Had the pleasure of meeting Mr John this year from Scotland, don't normally make friends on
holiday as we like to keep to ourselves, but glad we made his acquaintance.
We have just one criticism which we did make known and that was the quiet pool wasn't quiet! We have had our children and now like to laze by the quiet pool, reading and sunbathing, but unfortunately this holiday the peace and quiet we had come to love at the quiet pool, was spoilt by loud adults and children, even had one lady sat next to me with music blaring out of her I Pad. Some people can be quite rude and don't think if anyone else but themselves on holiday, people should realise that we all work hard to be able to go on holiday. Why these people cannot go to the other available pools I just don't know. I think also babies in the pool with no swimwear/ nappies is also unacceptable for hygiene reasons. In the past we have taken our children on holiday when they were a lot younger, we didn't take them to quiet pools, we took them to the children's pool, people should realise that the holiday is for the children and not just for the adults.
It did upset us so our holiday in a June was spent at the CML, indeed the quiet pool was excellent, on the downside the staff and food were no where near as excellent as the SGR.
So we have decided to return to SGR in October/November and look forward to another fabulous holiday and hope the quiet pool is quiet, fingers crossed!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- One of the finest resorts on the Red Sea; The multiple Award winning, certified Eco Friendly, Sultan Gardens Resort in Sharm el Sheikh is your ideal All Inclusive holiday destination in Southern Sinai. The resort boasts 220 meters of private sandy beaches, beautiful coral formations, and an unrivaled view of the stunning Tiran Island. The resort also features five large, freshwater swimming pools as well 550 guest rooms ranging from the comfortable and spacious Standard rooms, to the luxurious Premium rooms and suites feasting in room Jacuzzis, all the way to the ultimate option of holidaying in your own private beachfront villa. The Sultan Gardens Resort is not just about great rooms, gorgeous pools and an unbeatable location. Everyone involved in Sultan Gardens Resort’s success is a firm believer that dining is an integral part of any holiday and recognizes the importance of offering delicious, exciting food coupled with inspired service. Guests will be impressed with the wealth of choice on offer whether they are dining in one of our six award winning themed restaurants, enjoying themselves at one of our 9 bars, or taking advantage of 24 hour room service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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