We stayed at the Hyatt for one week. Our room was a bit outdated. There were stains on the chairs... See full review
12 Apr 2009
Poised on the edge of an aqua oasis and embraced by the spectacular seascapes of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, the Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort is a popular destination for water sports and diving vacations.
The resort hotel offers the largest and most technologically advanced conference and banquet facilities to help you organise your desired event. The club Olympus, the on-site health club is a heavenly retreat for mind and body while the gym fitted with a range of hyper-modern and resistance equipment is an ideal place to tone your muscles. The saunas, steam rooms and whirlpools provides a magnificent way to relieve fatigue and diminish stress.
Located adjacent to Naama Bay, the Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort is only 10 kilometres to Sharm International Airport.
4 km to the City Centre
4 km to the Train Station
8 km to the International Airport (Sharm El Sheikh)
The resort offers a range of restaurants that serve different types of cuisines for you to feast on. The cafe Fresco offers traditional hot and cold buffet dishes, while the Beach House serves tasty sea foods. The Sala Thai Restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine and the Cascade Pool Bar offers exotic drinks to match your moods.
The hotel boasts 471 spacious rooms and suites that are well-equipped with modern amenities to make you feel as comfortable as possible. You can enjoy a spectacular view of the Red Sea from the furnished balcony or terrace.
Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Rooms
A premiere view of the Red Sea from a furnished private balcony welcomes you to a spacious room offering elegant Mediterranean-inspired decor. Pampering amenities include a king-size bed with the softest Egyptian cotton linens, a generous work area with
Stunning sea views from a private balcony welcome you to a spacious room offering Mediterranean decor and rich amenities, including a king-size bed, high-speed Internet and a marble bath with soaking tub, a walk-in shower and deluxe bath amenities, Includ
King or twin beds
Enjoy a spectacular view of the Red Sea from a private furnished balcony or terrace. Southern Mediterranean decor complements a spacious room featuring one king or two twin beds offering the softest Egyptian cotton linens, a generous wo
Experience the luxury of a 124 sq m villa suite offering stunning views of the Red Sea from a 26 sq m terrace. Mediterranean-inspired decor features a large living area, two baths, a king bedroom and a work area with high-speed Internet access, Includes
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Fitness centre or spa
24 hour room service
AM/FM alarm clock
Hairdryer in room
Sprinklers in rooms
Cairo Intl Airport, (CAI), 500.00, KM, S; Ras Nasrani, (SSH), 10.00, KM, S;
Classical Thai restaurant featuring open theatre kitchen with chefs from Thailand. Indoor and outdoor dining available with views across the resort and the Gardens Bay.
Souk at the Hyatt
Souk at the Hyatt is an open air restaurant providing a Middle Eastern atmosphere with an International flavour. With a combination of 6 kitchens, daily live music and dance, and an array of shops and kiosks.
Cafe Fresco offers a wide selection of hot and cold buffets complimented with live cooking from the wood burning oven and cooking station. Featuring indoor and outdoor dining with panoramic views of the resort and Gardens Bay.
The Beach House is located on the seafront of the main beach. This open air restaurant offers a wide range of seafood, grills and salads throughout the day.
Cascades is an open air restaurant situated on the upper pool area offering a varied selection of grill dishes cooked on hot coal, light salads and home-made ice cream.
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
We stayed at the Hyatt for one week. Our room was a bit outdated. There were stains on the chairs and the bathroom needs to be renovated. The shower pressure wasn't good. The sink and bathtub looked old and grimey. The plus side of staying here
are the pools and the reef. The hotel is laid out very nicely. The view is just beautiful! We enjoyed the Lazy River pool and the slide. However, there were many children at the pool who were not supervised. They were mostly Russians and Brits. Some of the children were jumping into the shallow pool from the bridge. Quite dangerous considering people were swimming under the bridge and these children were not looking when they jumped. There needs to be rules at the pool before someone sustains injuries. The buffet breakfast was good. There were plenty of choices and fresh fruit daily. We would stay here again. Overall, we enjoyed outselves very much.