Sea Club

Nabq Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, 317, Egypt | Resort
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4th Trip, New Hotel

A travel blog entry by andyanneattwood

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 ...


A travel blog entry by dgart


... so I guess we disappointed them.
We wondered the length of the beach looking for the "public" beach area. On the way, we found a sign for "Happy Hour" from noon to 1pm. After more wandering we found the "public" beach. But by that time it was we went back to our first find - HAPPY Hour - and had some Egyptian beers with some ...

Hibiscus Tea on the Red Sea

A travel blog entry by abwoodmansee


... offering massages, haircuts, pedicures, and brow waxing. One guy actually starts ripping out Bruce's eyebrows, promising to make Bruce "more beautiful." We figure the only place to hide from these guys is underwater, so we head to the little dive shop, take a quick refresher course, and go SCUBA diving. And wow! The fish and coral in the Red Sea come in so many shapes, sizes, and colors. And they're all beautiful!

After our dive, we lounge on the beach with ...

Amongst the Fishes in the Deep Red Sea

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... fish, some blue spotted rays (including a mother and a baby) clown fishes (including Nemo), tuna, snapper, and much, much more (forgive me, my knowledge of fish is far from expert level and doesn't extend far beyond Disney movies and dinner menus, I just enjoy looking at them). After an hour or so between dives in which lunch was served and the people doing a certificate had time to study (and I had time to be ...

TB Zombie on a plane

A travel blog entry by aeriol

... br> out. Win for Aeriol! Keep my dignity.

I eyed
the egg thing dubiously and decided after about an hour to give it a
go. I will say this. I doubt it could be better as it was from
Pieminster. However. This will go down in the book as something done
out of curiosity and not enjoyment. I did finish it as that is my
rule with new things. See it through. (I have regretted this before
but some people never learn) It was egg, rolled in ...


This resort, located on Nabq Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh, is near Tiran Island, Na'ama Bay, Shark's Bay, and Terrazzina Beach.
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This was our first trip to Egypt and we were looking forward to getting away and relaxing, our first impression of the Coral Sea Resort was very impressive, looked clean and tidy, we were presented on arrival with a mixed fruit drink and a very welcome 'Hello and Welcome to Coral Sea Resort'. Checked in OK then were directed to our room, well I now know why it is called the Coral Sea Resort, the walk way to the room lead from one to the other obviously we got lost a couple of time but finally reached our room, there is ramps that will get you to each level but I would think disabled people would find it a little difficult to get around, there are no lifts, got in our room with a little struggle but finally got in, nice big clean room with a view overlooking the apartments next door and a small sea view, wasn't too bothered about this as I hadn't come on holiday to look out of the window.

Be very careful of what you eat.


Just returned from the Coral Sea Resort in Sharm El Sheikh, after spending one week there with my girlfriend. I'll start by saying that most of the reviews we read on here before leaving were very accurate and the first part of our holiday was excellent.

Absolute Tranquility?


Ok what can i say. from landing with First Choice and getting to our Hotel was less than 45 mins! Rooms were very spacious clean tidy and well equiped, this hotel is family orientated so all you couples who moan should have read before you booked, (familys).

Get some elevators


Just returned from the coral sea where i found the staff to be the best i have ever encountered.An absolute credit to Eygpt.

Family Hotel


We stayed in this hotel 02/02/06 - 09/02/06 and found it fine. Plenty of options for food - though did have a problem trying to get the chef that was cooking pasta to understand that I wanted him to use a clean pan as the one he had, had meat in it (I'm a vegetarian), but one of his colleagues explained and everything was fine. Room was very spacious (we had a select room which included dvd player, bathrobes, slippers etc.). Pool areas looked very nice, though we didn't use them preferring to be on the beach which was kept very clean and tidy. We were all inclusive and perhaps this was wasted on us as we are not big eaters or drinkers and spent 3 out of the 7 days away from the resort. All in all we enjoyed our holiday but largely due to the snorkelling and a couple of days in Cairo (which we arranged ourselves in the UK), but again, would not fault the hotel and think it is an ideal place for family holidays.



Could go into great detail about his hotel, but theres already lost of posts up so i thought id just be quick.

An enjoyable holiday


We went to Coral sea in September & were amazed by how huge the hotel actually is (brochure picture soesn't do it any justice!) The hotel itself is really smart & really clean everywhere.

Positives & Negatives. Suit families rather than couples


On the positive side the Coral Sea Resort hotel is a good basic hotel. Beautiful marble lobby where you can have a drink in the evenings, a good Irish bar, also Internet access, and games (eg pool & snooker) Rooms are spacious and comfortable. The beds are somewhat firm, but we still slept well. The staff are very friendly. The local drinks are of reasonable quality and the sun beds are very comfortable. One pool is heated, the pool areas and sea area is uncrowded and the beach is only 100 Mts from the hotel lobby. Food is plentiful, and if you have children, there is plenty for them to do. In fact it's a great destination for families..

Unforgettable for all the right reasons


Coral Beach resort Tiran is one of the best holidays we have ever had. The staff were very polite helpful always ready to help with a smile( I am disabled and had a degree of difficulty at mealtimes regarding carrying my plate of food back to the table.) There was a great choice of food, the buns and bread were delicious, you would need to be extremely fussy not to find something to please.

Anyone planning to go to to Egypt buy your duty free spirits on the way out as there is limited choice of known brands and what choice they do have comes at a price.

Money:- take sterling or dollars. Travellers cheques are more bother than they're worth. If you have Egyptian dollars use that for tipping.



Stayed here from 5th jan -19th Jan 06,It def has the wow factor,rooms are of an excellent standard,very large with beautiful furnishings,and cleaned to an extremely high standard,the hotel grounds are extensive and marvellously maintained,the beach is brill and the sea life is out of this world,the food in the hotel is good with lots of different tastes,the deserts are to die for,i have never tasted anything like them before,on arrival at the hotel we were so impressed its absolutely georgous,the staff are so friendly and helpful they are very willing to please nothing is to much trouble for them.The only down side to the complex is the entertainment and the variety of alcohol included in the A/I.Entertainment : not brill,not a lot of it happening you get a couple of reps shows which being fair to the reps isnt their fault as they do try,but first choice really need to supply costumes for their shows,you get an egyptian spinning man which is ok he spins fast for 20 mins[takes some doing]but makes you so dizzy,belly dancers are ok,the first choice entertainers do quiz's and bingo in the evening but thats about it,but they do really try hard with little facilities,the othr down side being the alchohol,all that is available in the all inclusive is 4 alcoholic cocktails 3 of them being dire,bacardi,rum and vodka,and then of course beer and wine which the white wine isnt nice but the red passable.other than this we had an amazing holiday which we really enjoyed.

TripAdvisor Reviews Sea Club Sharm El-Sheikh

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding