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Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort
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Reviewed 28 May 2009

I stayed at the Hyatt for 5 days in mid-April. The original plan was to stay as a couple in a king room, but I would up taking the trip alone. Even though I contacted the Hyatt with regard to this change, they had NO clue when I checked in, then tried to put me in some bogus, smoking room with a small bed. After LOTS of complaining they finally moved me to a better spot, but this hotel was certainly NOT worth $450/night. It just wasn't "spiffy" if you get my drift. The breakfast buffet was pretty sketchy and I felt sick most of the time, and believe me, I have traveled alot and I wouldn't say that if it weren't true. The drinks and food were way overpriced. I would up walking to the towel hut to buy a beer, as it was signifcantly cheaper then service at the beach. The beacj guys were nice, but I always got the feeling like I was a second-class citizen. I had just come from the Four Seasons is Cairo, where I was literally treated like a queen, and this felt cut-rate after that, and Hyattt was more expensive!!! If you can reserve the Four Seasons in Sharm, which by the way, it a weird place (what's up with that TACKY downtown-ewww???)

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled solo
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2  Thank ProsserKeeton
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Reviewed 26 May 2009

Had a great stay here after doing the Cairo / Luxor sightseeing tours and it’s a great place to relax (or be busy if that’s what you want!)
Rooms are very well appointed nice bathrooms and beds, lots of space and we had a good balcony with a seafront view.
Restaurants are reasonable value, and good quality. Of course, alcohol is expensive as it is everywhere in Egypt, and the wine is both expensive and not very good, but it’s what we expected.
The pool areas are amazing, and the private beach with it’s own reef is like you own fish viewing area – just grab a snorkel and you get to see the fish as soon as you step into the sea! There are a couple of beaches just for the hotel, and plenty of loungers for everyone.
Breakfast is buffet style – a good selection of hot and cold food and no shortage of tables.
The entertainment (if you like that kind of thing) is quite varied and the general mock belly-dancing that you’d find in any resort hotel.
There’s a shuttle bus into Naama Bay a couple of times a day, or you can haggle with the taxi drivers – if you’ve been to Egypt before you’ll be used to the hassle of trying to strike a deal that you’re happy with – just say what you want to pay and walk up and down the cars, someone will eventually take your money. 30 local pounds seems to be the rate, but even this is expensive once you realise how far it isn’t!...but you might not want to walk far in the heat. There is a coast walk into Naama Bay, but it would probably take you an hour. We didn't want to stay right in the Bay, and I reckon this hotel is realistically close to get to the bars etc. if you want to, whilst remaining really quiet.
A very large and clean resort hotel with good service, excellent facilities and good food – what more could you want?
Oh, and if you want to see the desert, book the quad biking safari from the hotel - it's professionally run and a good experience for a couple of hours in the evening.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank hotelscout
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Reviewed 22 May 2009

just returned from a weeks holiday at the Hyatt Regency in Sharm el Sheikh with my husband and we can't wait to go back. The hotel is set in the most beautiful gardens on a terraced arrangement including pools, shrubs, waterfalls and a lazy river. We however headed down to the beach everyday where we just lazed about and snorkelled. The beach butlers are waiting to supply you with complementary towels and will find beds for you, though there were always plenty. They would available all day to take your orders for drinks and snacks which would be brought directly to you. We ate mosts days at the beach bar where the food was very good including fresh shrimps and mussells, burgersand a good variety of fother food available, and the service there, and throughout the hotel was superb, and the staff always friendly and pleasant. We ate several times at the Souk, the open air restaurant, but the rest of the time we used the room service which was excellent. The reef is fantastic, just hop off your lounger and straight into the water where the fish are swimming right up to the shoreline. While snorkelling we saw numerous varieties of fish including wrasse, trigger fish, and shoals of barracuda, we also saw an eagle ray, blue spotted sting rays and a moray eel. No need to venture out of the complex, everything you need for a brilliant holiday is provided here.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 May 2009

Excellent, go and enjoy it. Have stayed at the Four Seasons and the Hilton and this is without doubt the best value.

Stay at the Regency Club, it is well worth it, private breakfast and free drinks around the pool and the beach all day, free cocktails and beers from 5.30 till 7.30 make it worth it especialy when you realise a large G&T cast around £14.00 uk
Dont bother with half or full board as you seem to pay for everything anyway,
Beware of the Cascade Cafe, dark full of mozies and the food is not that good, Hyatt thai is best in sharm.
Staff are excellent and i find the a fiver a day time to main men smooths everything out, always best seats, pool beds etc.
have a nice time.
The pools and the reef are out of this world, have dived on all major reefs in the world and this is amazing

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank BAZ0762
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Reviewed 8 May 2009

Just back from a weeks break and i must say i was pleasantly suprised. Initially we were looking at the hotels in the Middle East but in terms of weather and flight time there was little to choose between the 2 other than cost. First impressions were that the Hyatt Regency was a little 'tired', its 1990's 5 star not Middle East 2009 pristine neutral 5 star, that said after a few days aclimatising to your surroundings you start to appreciate the fact its friendly and down to earth, its a real resort with people intent on relaxing rather than posing. We stayed in the regency club which i would say is well worth the extra cost, the private beach (not so private as the excellent reef means diving boats are always close) is perfect and the complimentary soft drinks throughout the day is a great touch, the staff are amazingly friendly and accepting and the 'happy hour'(5.30-7.30) means you can have a few drinks on the house before you go to dinner. Restaurants are OK, that is to say there is no need to venture outside the hotel.The Thai is good and its worth booking an outside table but bring your mosquito repellent as they seem to like it up there, the beach front restaurant had just started doing a set meal in the evenings fish based which was also a nice setting. Wine is expensive yes but then what 5 star hotels arent expensive on drink, if its an issue then buy a bottle of spirit before you arrive and enjoy it on your balcony but at end of day it is what it is and its cheaper than Dubai. For those with kids just be mindful the tap water is a no -no, bottled water is supplied for brushing teeth etcetc but upset stomachs are common place. Hotel is massive, breakfast is a bit of a bun fight so dont expect to savour the moment but it ticks all boxes in terms of variation , the Regency club also lays on breakfast but as its only continental its a little lacking in imagination. Rooms are perfect in size and room service prompt. Staff on hand every minute of the day and golf carts available should you decide to take it easy. All in all a good resort, not spectacular but gives you decent value for money compared to other spring/autumn destinations.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank percypep
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