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... to see a film called ‘Haute Cuisine’ about a lady called Hortense Laborie who finds herself appointed personal cook to the President of France with responsibility for providing all his meals at the Elysee Palace. The ‘corridors of power within the presidential culinary
world’ are apparently ‘littered with traps’. Nick sat down with the resuscitated laptop to write the blog. After dinner because we had seen both the show and the film we ...
Only a 4 1/2 hour flight, arrive earlier than normal so a couple of hours sunlight left. Interesting journey via taxi to the hotel, which included having to get out of it as we got grounded on a sleeping policeman! Hotel is very spread out, nice gardens. First rooms not to good but the girls manage secure new ...
... however, generally lifts my spirits, and thankfully there's plenty of it at the huge breakfast buffet at the hotel. I'm thankful for a full belly as we begin our drive northward across the Sinai peninsula. What a barren, treacherous terrain. No wonder the Israelites, whilst wandering in this area, said, "hey, Moses. You know, life as pharaoh's slaves really isn't so bad. Whaddya say we head back?"
In my current mood, I'm ready to head back to the greenery ...
... was so impressed with the sacredness of this area that she had a small chapel built on the site of the Burning Bush. Then in 530 AD the Emperor Justinian ordered the construction of a larger basilica, which became the Church of the Transfiguration, and built the fortress walls to protect the holy property from attack from local Bedouin tribesmen.
In the 12th century ...
... or two. We set out on our adventure and after walking at least a couple of miles we decided that we either missed it or it was farther than we could walk. We decided to take a taxi and as luck would have it a taxi stopped and asked us if we needed a ride (Ok luck was not involved, this happens every ten feet when walking in Sharm). We asked our driver if he knew Harry's Pub and how much to get there, he said sure he knew it and only ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sonesta Club Sharm El-Sheikh
Il s'agit d'un bel hôtel, très belle chambre avec belle salle de bain (douche) et terrasse. La pascine est magnifique, ainsi que la salle de restaurant. Quelques belles boutiques. Ce qui m'a déçu : nourriture (après 4 jours on a fait le tour), manque de vaisselle (tasses et verres, ce qui a même provoqué à deux reprises une grosse dispute entre les serveurs et le personnel de cuisine). Au bar de la piscine, pour les personnes en all-in, on vous sert les boissons dans des petits gobelets en plastique souple. Je déplore également la pauvreté des choix dans les coktails et jus de fruits. Le personnel de l'hôtel est très gentil et dévoué. MEFIANCE : le souper BEDOINS à 13.00 euros p.p. dans les instattaltions de l'hôtel = arnaque : 30 minutes de spectacle uniquement (une seule danseuse) et c'est la même nourriture qu'au buffet de l'hôtel. Personnellement, je n'y retournerai pas.
Nous venons de rentrer après 8 jours dans cet hotel en all inclusive . Nous sommes très déçus car la nourriture est très ordinaire et generalement froide . Il manque en permanence des couverts et des verres .La salle de retauration est sale ainsi que les tables ... envahies à l'extérieur par les moineaux qui laissent des excrements !!!
First time in Sharm El Sheikh at the Sonesta Club Hotel arriving at 9 30pm.Put suite casers in room, went off to pool bar for food and a beer,excellent service,talking to waiter to found out how to get to Nana bay by taxi and how much it would cost 10 e pounds= £1.00,next day went to sister hotel for the beach,nice walk after breakfest,found to be to crowded for us,spoke to rep the next day and pointed out sharks bay by taxi £2.50= 25e pounds,arrive at Sharks Bay ,had to pay20e pounds=£2 each,include sun bed,lovely,not to many on beach,never snorkled before,husband taught me and could'nt keep me out of the water,fantastic,food and drink at little cafes etc.Hotel ideal for couples as we used it for B>B and could'nt fault it.Beach every day and eveing nana bay,restrants good,food good,never found a bad one.If you stop for a beer,check for service charges ,some do some do'nt and the size of beer.Nice walk home along the front ,to sister hotel and across the road Some shops in nana bay,charging the earth for inported china goods,cheaper to buy at home,you have to hagal for every thing
we booked this hotel for May this year and we had a lovely time, the hotel is very clean and our room was huge and very clean The maids come in every day and will do anything for you they are the most helpful staff i have come across. The pool area is clean if a bit small but you can use the pools at the Sonesta Beach. The meals are fine and they have a different theme night most nights which you can book if you are only bed & breakfast. If i was going back to Egypt i would go back to this hotel as i could not fault it or the staff.
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We stayed (myself, husband and 14 year-old son) at the Sonesta Club in August 06. We had booked the hotel as part of a tour in September last year and were dismayed to find when we got to our room at 1.30am that only 2 twin beds were in the room. The porter then had to call house-keeping to make a third bed up which consisted of a matress slung onto a concrete base - not a great start. I awoke the first morning, stepped out of bed and felt the floor was wet underneath. I looked up and found water dripping through the ceiling. The air con was leaking. We then put our valuables into the safe in the room, locked it and the whole key and lock came out all together - (I was begininng to think I was staying at Fawlty Towers). We saw our rep and he got the air con and safe fixed almost immediately. So my hat goes off to them for swift service there.
I enjoyed a 2 week holiday in Sharm-El-Sheikh in March 2005 staying at the Sonesta Club Hotel. This purpose of this holiday was to spend the time advancing my diving skills however when we got there I only dived for 4 days.
we stayed at sonesta club resort (03-july-2006 to 10 july 2006) when we arrived at the hotel we found that it was clean and attractive and staff were abit too friendly, but never the less that was just the start, after reading previous reviews abt 2 girls travelling alone we still went, but found that workers at the hotel were constantly trying to talk to us which we found abit uncomfortable,when we arrived in our room, it was spacious and tidy but the tv didnt work but workers at the hotel fixed it straight away, the room was generrally nice.