Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort
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... those who take hostages to achieve a political end and those to achieve a ransom payment (such as our friends the pirates). He does not deal with those demanding ransom payments because he believes that just increases the likelihood of future hostage taking. Going back to the Iran situation the cell did in fact contain the Anglican Clergy. Why were they being held? It transpired that a young Iranian who had recently converted from Islam to Christianity, fearing persecution by ...
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 ...
... built resorts along the shore, but no tourists to fill them on account of the terrorists.
I think I've used the word terrorist enough in this blog that the NSA is probably reading along. So hi guys! Thanks for all you do to protect our country!
We drive past the area where Moses and the Israelites probably crossed the Red Sea from the Sinai to what is now Saudi Arabia. There's a shallow strip that connects the two sides, so it's conceivable this is where ...
By the time we hit the airport we had been on the go for 17 hours. It was nearly midnight. We hadn't killed each other yet so all good. The no whinge policy was working well. Coffee and muffins a for a light snack before boarding and we almost felt ready to go again apart from the fact that our eyes were nearly closed and our legs didn't want to ...
... head out to the beach promenade, a long stretch of paved sidewalk that runs between the hotels and the beach. The promenade is really pretty, even if littered with Cancun-like hotels and beach fronts. It feels like Cancun, except everyone is speaking Russian or Arabic instead of English or Spanish. The nice thing about the beach walkway is that there are no street vendors to hassle us as we stroll. A few of the restaurant staff stop us for the hard sell, but Mike ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort Sharm El-Sheikh
Excellent Regency Club
I concur with all the positive comments here and would also say that the Regency Club upgrade was well worth it with impeccable service from excellent staff.
A first class hotel.
Both me and my partner stayed at the Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheik from 26th September 2004 for 14 nights. We did try to stay at the Four Seasons Resort in Sharm but because of lack of availability, the Hyatt Regency was recommended to us. We stayed in a superior room on a B&B basis, the cost of which was approximately £2,300.00. The hotel was kept exceptionally clean and the staff were also polite and very helpful. The cost of a bottle of wine was very expensive but beer and soft drinks were in line with UK prices.
Top notch hotel
Everything I'd read about the Hyatt Regency before I went was extremely positive. I'm glad to say that my experiences matched everyone else's. The hotel is well laid out, with good food, attentive staff (sometimes a little too attentive) and excellent snorkelling and diving from its own reef. The dive outfit onsite is part of a larger concern based in Sharm and seemed well run, though we had some problems with our equipment which was rather unsettling. They also run a car service that will take you into Sharm El Sheikh centre, if you fancy going out in the evening. This is about four times the price of an ordinary cab but a rather less hair-raising experience!
Having read some of the reviews prior to leaving, I promised myself that I would write my own review when I returned.
Just returned from the Hyatt Regency at Sharm staying in a Regency Club room.
Stayed for one week at the Hyatt Regency in September 2004. Cannot recommend the hotel enough.
Superb Hotel, wonderful time !
Wonderful Hotel, very clean, great staff, totally 5* resort. We spent one week in March 2004 here and had a fantastic time. Weather superb, food / drinks great, wine a little too pricey to get carried away.
Swam off the beach jetty with wild dolphin on two seperate afternoons, made the trip complete.
Would recommend visit to anyone, families, young or old. Cant wait to return.
Absolutely fabulous hotel. Rooms were great and had a fantastic view of the sea. However, you can hear your neighbours through the connecting doors - and even smell them if they are heavy smokers!! The staff was very helpful and polite. Wonderful beach and the best snorkelling place right in front of the hotel. Restaurants at the hotel have a marvellous view and the breakfast buffet was super. The thai restaurant is a must - reservation required.
Red Sea Heaven
Excellent hotel with wonderful coral reef adjacent to beach with pontoon access. We saw all manner of exotic sea life. Rooms of high quality with decent size bathrooms with tub and separate shower. Good service and excellent buffet breakfast. Restaurants fine though wines heavily overpriced. Really well designed layered pool area with slides, waterfalls and jacuzzis. Good health club. Easy access to nearby resort which was very interesting though we were always pleased to get back to the luxurious calm of the Hyatt. Will certainly return!
BEST HOTEL EVER !
This hotel is fantastic - pure luxury ! Great rooms, excellent staff, wonderful food - can't fault it. We've done a fair amount of travelling, and this is one of the best hotels we've ever stayed in. It is absolutely spectacular.