Hilton Sharm Dreams Resort
Travel Blogs from Sharm El-Sheikh
30 Sharm el Sheik 11/19 WOW! Sharm impresses. As we sat in the dingy Amman airport for 7 hours (2 hours early, and 5 hours flight delay) that element in the human psyhche that conjures up the most scary depressing outcome convinced me that Sharm would be just like Nuweiba but bigger. This impression was amplified when the taxi driver pulled up next …
... seen, swam through a cave, and saw dozens of different types of sea life including blue spotted stingrays, pike fish, jellyfish, stone fish, lion fish, moray eels, dolphins (above and below the surface), and on our last dive a regal turtle swam right below us in the opposite direction along the aquatic highway.
Turns out that snorkeling is really easy, but diving isn’t. The best analogy for this place I’ve come up with is that Ras Mohammed National Park is like ...
... four days relaxing by the pool after our buffet breakfast. The weather has been beautiful with sunny days of 28. In the evenings we would walk along the beach where all the restaurants and market places were.
Sharm el Sheikh is very clean and geared for tourists. You could forget you were in Egyt except for the hassling for money by the taxi drivers, service people and camel operators.
... exploring, maybe visit the gym, and maybe a swim. Talking about the journey, it was amazing! Towering rock mountains on each side of the road, with occasional flat plains with Bedouin villages on. Quite a lot of rubbish though which was a shame, Salim says the Sharm hotels bring their rubbish to the mountains and just dump it there. Will update when I can, now for an ...
... rest of their team, which of course was hiding in the background. Not recognizing me at first sight, I approached them and, like a dozen other touts, offered them a taxi into town. Both Wouter and Tanya bluntly ignored me. I asked again – this time a firm “no thank you” – at least I got a response this time!
Although the game could’ve lasted ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Sharm Dreams Resort Sharm El-Sheikh
We have just returned from a wonderful two weeks at the Hilton Sharm Dreams. We were very impressed with the size and cleanliness of our room which was on the first floor at the rear of the site overlooking the Tropical Pool, Heated Pool and Jacuzzi and we even had a distant view of the sea. The gardens were superb and being constantly worked on by a team of gardeners. Our room was cleaned to a very high standard every day, the best clean I have experienced and I have stayed in 5* hotels all over the world.
The Hilton Sharm Dreams offers great location, clean rooms, and friendly staff. That being said, this hotel fell short of the expectations I had for a 5* hotel. It felt more like a 4* being promoted as a 5* but perhaps it is, relative to the other hotels in Sharm. My husband and I have always been going to 5* hotels so if you have as well, then you may want to pay close attention to this review.
Very nice hotel, lovely grounds/pool.
Texmex/Italian restaurants excellent.
Breakfast better than most european hotels for 'international cuisine'
(excellent omlettes, but what nation regularly eats mashed potato for breakfast?!)
Short walk over the road (no problems crossing) to the Fayrouz for the
beach, lots of room on the beach and there's a bar and watersports/boat
Walk into Naama bay from the beach is about 5 minutes down the prom,
passed all the restaurants and bars from other hotels.
All in all a excellent hotel in an excellent location.
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Hilton Sharm Dreams over Xmas Eve 2005.
Can't wait until next visit
I agree completly with the 4 holiday makers from south wales,my wife and I stayed half board and every night the 'la jardine 'restaurant had a theme night the food was spot on,the staff were great, and on new years eve the whole evening was spectacular, the entertainment, the buffet, the staff all dressed in 70's gear,and really made the evening one to remember. We will go for 2 weeks next time so we can explore Egypt more i.e Cairo and the pyramids. Well done Hilton Sharm Dreams Resort.
A fantastic hotel situated in the perfect place in Naama Bay. The rooms were spotless, the staff so friendly, the food excellent and the facilities first class. I could go on and on but I think everyone else has done that. On the opposite side of the dual carriageway 'Peace Road' the hotel is within walking distance of all the local attractions. The sister hotel The Hilton Fayrouz, offers the use of it's facilities and excellent beach. Sharm is a great place to stay and Naama Bay is very lively.
The taxi rides are especially fun! A visit to Old Sharm is worthwhile
An excellent hotel in an excellent location that I would strongly recommend.
We, a family of 4 adults have just returned from a Christmas break at this hotel. We didn't really know what to expect from a resort we've never heard of and the brochures always seem to paint a rosy picture, but i have to say, we have travelled to many countries and have stayed in some fabulous hotels and this one surely ranks up there with the very best of them. The hotel is spotlessly clean, has 7 pools and the staff bend over backwards to help with any of your needs. The rooms are spacious, are all single or two storey, are well appointed and have all the mod cons, phone, satellite TV, minibar, aircon, safe etc.....
We've just returned from a weeks holiday at the Hilton Sharm Dreams resort, and felt compelled to write a review to encourage others to go too! The resort itself was remarkably well kept with gardeners, cleaners and countless other staff working around the clock to maintain the hotels pristine appearance.
Good centrally located hotel
As regular divers we have been to Sharm many times. The Hilton dreams is central to the local dive operations - Emperor divers is 2 minute walk from the hotel. Also quite close to Naama centre, so no need for taxis.
Hotel is clean, modern with good food and reasonable bar prices. Breakfast is good also.
Another Hilton hotel, the Fayroux, is adjacent to this hotel, which has a beach which Hilton Dreams guest can use. Also Fayroux has best bar in Naama, the Pirate bar.
I will probably stop here again.
Fantastic resort hotel
if you want guaranteed weather and first class accomadation this is the place.5* all the way, fantastic staff first class service and 5min walk into naam bay centre.this will be my 4th consecutive visit. sharm was originally a dive resort but non divers will not be dissapointed so much to do in hotel and outside and yes it is very safe. singles, couples or family you will not be dissapointed.