Ghazala Beach Hotel

Address: El Salam Street, Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on El Salam Street, Sharm El-Sheikh, is near Ras Mohamed National Park, Poseidon Divers, Reef 2000, and Fantasea Dive Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Sharm El-Sheikh

      Arabs Got Talent!

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 08, 2015

      6 comments, 6 photos

      ... s current economic distress, and it was just a brief comment to the effect of, “We have peace with Israel for 35 years but things are still not progressing here,” as though there was some belief that a peace treaty should have fixed the economic and structural woes of Egypt by itself. I have to say that I have always enjoyed my time in Egypt, and most of the people have been kind, generous, warm, and competent. They are happy to ...

      Relax and enjoy in Sharm el-Sheikh

      A travel blog entry by josephspendlove on Aug 01, 2014

      7 photos

      The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...

      Egypt part 5: Sharm el Sheikh (red sea)

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 23, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... did not disappoint, the majority of the clientele and staff are British. I have eavesdropped on conversations about tea, biscuits, crumpets, mussels (??) and worcestershire sauce. One of the divemasters speaks impeccable queens English (she's actually welsh) such that the dive briefings sound like they're from the BBC (or Harry potter, take your pick). The downside is they want you to do some of the heavy lifting associated with your gear, Asian dive centers normally handle ...

      Amongst the Fishes in the Deep Red Sea

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Oct 01, 2013

      5 photos

      ... at another resort when a tiger shark was spotted in the area where people were swimming. Ahmed saved the day by quickly evacuating the people to the shore. That evening I was completely relaxed. The real holiday feeling was settling in now. I had some bread and babaganough for dinner and a cup of tea in the bedouin tent with a view of the beach. It was hard to believe I was leaving this peaceful place already ...

      TB Zombie on a plane

      A travel blog entry by aeriol on Jul 13, 2011

      ... deep
      fried. If you are out in the desert somewhere and need all of your
      calories & protein in one go: this is for you!



      Upon arrival at the airport I weighed
      my luggage. I knew I was way over the limit and even crammed in my
      carry on bag which probably weighs another kilo just in case I needed
      to ram it full and sign in another bag. (To be fair I had 2 K alone
      in SMA baby formula for Karina and everything I needed to live for
      the next ...