Park Inn – Sharm El Sheik
Spent a week at the Park Inn and found it to be a very nice hotel in large beautifully kept grounds. The room was large, very clean and air conditioned. There are a number of pools all with their own bars and it boasts its own aqua park with various slides and a wave machine, when you check in you will each get a card that you use to obtain a freshly laundered towel. These towels are also available from a kiosk at the beach.
The staff are friendly, hardworking and courteous at all times, although at first it may seem the reception staff are not quite so helpful you will notice that they are just extremely busy and the telephones never stop ringing on the check in desk.
The restaurants serve a varied range of good quality food morning noon and night and have chefs on hand to cook some items to order. If you are at the beach they serve food and drink although this is a little more basic. It isn’t a really noisy hotel but there is entertainment at night in the Bedouin tent and if you like complete peace and quiet I would request a quiet room as I did, didn’t hear a thing all evening (the entertainment doesn’t go on late at night)
If you came here with children you probably wouldn’t need to leave the hotel grounds as there are numerous things to do, kids club, pool side activities, massage, spa, sports etc. television is provided but there are very few English channels available which isn’t a problem because you aren’t really there to watch tv.
A couple of slightly negative points are:
There could be more information regarding the hotels facilities, the welcome book in your room could provide more info, although you will find everything after a few days. Also I noticed the fixtures and fittings are showing some signs of wear but it isn’t surprising considering the amount of people that must pass through in a year.
Unless you are intending to go to Cairo, Luxor or Petra you don’t need to buy a separate visa at the airport despite what you read.
You don’t need to change much too Egyptian pounds, they will take dollars, sterling, euros etc and they will even give you change in English pounds.
Hygiene isn’t a problem every where is pretty spotless and the money doesn’t appear to be filthy as described by various people.
Don’t let shopkeepers hassle you just politely say no thank you, they will give up after a few days.
Winter months are lovely by day but slightly cooler in the evening; you may need more than a t shirt but certainly not a coat.
Snorkelling trips to Ras Mohhamed and Tiran are reasonable and worthwhile, although you need fins (provided on the boat) and be a reasonable swimmer as they anchor some way off the reef.
Quad biking in the desert is also good fun.
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- Also Known As:
- Park Inn By Radisson Sharm El Sheikh Hotel Sharm El Sheikh
- Park Inn Sharm El Sheikh
- Sharm El Sheikh Park Inn
- Park Inn By Radisson Sharm El Sheikh Resort Egypt - Nabq Bay