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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 ...
... All we want them to do is keep us alive.
Anyway, we now have 8 cans of Coke, and none of our American comrades want any. Apparently they're all Coke Zero devotees. We continue on our drive until we come around the bend in the highway and lo and behold! The Red Sea!
Despite its name, the Red Sea is actually an incredible, deep aqua color. It is breathtakingly beautiful, and the area really should be filled with resorts. There are plenty of ...
... with Barbara) With our 5 euro taxi ride back to the ship, we infused around $40 USD into their economy.
We raised anchor over an hour late (due to the tendering) and set our course out into the Red Sea swinging back on a northwesterly course into the Gulf of Suez and our 3 AM arrival at anchorage. This anchorage is necessary until a convoy of ships can be made up to start the canal transit.
Next: Welcome to the Suez ...
... bus that runs from Dahab to Sharm which is only 3USD if I remember correctly, but we've had our fill of buses the last few days so we opt for a taxi. The taxi is only 40USD for the hour long drive. In San Francisco we pay this just to get to the airport from home, which is a significantly shorter distance and time. Therefore we consider the $40 hassle-free taxi and door to door service to be a deal!
We check into the Marriott in Na'ama bay and ...
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On arrival the reception had no record of our booking. The staff are surly and unhelpful. For a 4 star hotel the accomodation is basic to say the least and our room , which was supposed to have a sea view, overlooked a building site!
Ragazzi per carità, non vi avvicinate a questo villaggio, è successo di tutto durante il soggiorno.
senza dubbio Sharm è un meta ke consiglio a chiunque voglia godersi sole un bel mare e tanto divertimento ma MAI e ripeto MAI consiglierei il Royal Paradise Resort.C'è da premettere ke tutti gli hotel di Sharm sono belli e anke questo indubbiamente lo è ma.......Voglio rendervi partecipi della ns disavventura....Sarò molto breve....pulizia nelle camere pietosa, ci hanno rubato i costumi fuori il balconcino (sappiamo ke sono stati quelli dello staff),cibo da vomitare, acqua del lavandino spesso Nera e in ultimo ci hanno spiato(sempre loro) dalla ventola del bagno mentre facevamo le doccie.E' osceno come hotel "osceno"!!!!!sarà anke ke nn è un albergo italiano ma qui si tratta proprio di zingari!!!!!!
Siamo stati al Royal Paradise nel Febbraio 2007. Loro lo reclamizzano come un cinque stelle, ma quando siamo arrivati abbiamo capito che invece di stelle ne aveva quattro, il che non era la maniera migliore di cominciare. La cosa peggiore se siete inglesi è che probabilmente vi troverete ad essere gli unici lì dato che è principalmente occupato da russi. I servizi non sono fantastici: ogni sera c'è una discoteca all'aperto e se non ci volete andare la troverete piuttosto rumorosa. Non si mangia troppo bene; noi abbiamo preso prevalentemente pasta, il che dopo un po' stufa. Nonostante si vantino di avere una piscina riscaldata, entrambe sono assolutamente gelide ed erano troppo fredde per entrarci. Non direi che hanno una spiaggia vera e propria, ma una piccola baia, tuttavia se entrate in acqua i pesci sono fantastici. Guardando al lato positivo, il personale è estremamente premuroso e si fanno davvero in quattro per te se sanno che sei inglese.
Sono appena tornata da Sharm dove ho soggiornato all'Husa! Quest'hotel è perfetto per una famiglia con bambini perché è a dieci minuti di macchina dal centro (Naama Bay) ed è tranquillo e calmo, quindi ideale per non vuole chiasso durante il giorno!
We stayed at the Royal Paradise Hotel in Feb 2007. It had been advertised as a 5* and when we arrived we realised it is actually a 4* which wasn't a great start. The worse thing about this hotel if you are British is that you are probably going to be the only British guests there. It is mainly occupied by Russians. The facilties are not great, there is an outdoor disco every night which if you don't want to join can be really noisy. The food isn't very nice, we mainly ate pasta which can get really boring. Despite being advertised as having one heated pool, they are actually both freezing cold, far too cold to use. I wouldn't say it has a beach, more of a tiny cove, but if you go into the water, the fish are amazing. On the plus side, the staff are extremely helpful, they cannot do enough for you if you are British.
I have just come back from Sharm and I stayed in this hotel!
Do Not Stay at This Resort!!!
Do not stay at this resort!! We had personal items stolen from our room and the security staff were very reluctant to do anything about it.
They water the gardens with 'grey' sewage water causing the grounds to stink miserably.
The food is inedible.
The beds did not feel clean and we experienced insect bites after the first night.
When you order a coffee or a beer you will have to ask for it several times before they bring it.
The first room they gave us had no electricity and they didn't want to give us another room.
We moved to the Holiday Inn at Paramiso after two nights.