Royal Paradise Resort

Ras Om El Sid, Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, 5331, Egypt | 3 star resort
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A travel blog entry by dgart

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... from the UK. When we returned to the "public" beach we found that it cost $2 Euro each to use the 30 foot wide access to the beach....with only about that much space at the beach front. Other beachs cost closer to $12 Euro each...so we did like our find.
There were two little Egyptian boys playing and we got a kick out of them and their families.
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Hibiscus Tea on the Red Sea

A travel blog entry by abwoodmansee

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This morning started very early, and I was really ready to get out of bed - not because of my excitement over a day of sightseeing, but because our hotel room beds were so gosh darned hard. I would have slept on the floor except that the floor was tiled. I couldn't decide which surface - the bed or the tile - was harder.

The lack of sleep has put me in a bad mood, so it's a good thing we have a military escort for the day - otherwise I might hurt somebody :)
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When the Holiday Feeling Kicks In

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast

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Originally I was supposed to leave for Aqaba in Jordan the next morning. But after having such a nice massage by Ahmed "the Shark"? The relaxing evening by the beach and the spectacular diving, leaving did not seem like the obvious choice. The holiday feeling had only just kicked in. So I stayed. As it turns out, I stayed for two more days. I had a wonderfully lazy day at the beach, snorkelling, swimming and reading. I even joined a yoga class in the morning. At ...

Still traveling

A travel blog entry by prgeeves

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 ...

Shake Shake Shake, Sharm el Sheikh

A travel blog entry by ekimmike

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... 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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This 3 star resort, located on Ras Om El Sid, Sharm El-Sheikh, is near Ras Mohamed National Park, Poseidon Divers, Reef 2000, and Fantasea Dive Center.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Royal Paradise Resort Sharm El-Sheikh

    Don't go to this hotel!

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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!

    Orrendo

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    Ragazzi per carità, non vi avvicinate a questo villaggio, è successo di tutto durante il soggiorno.

    Il peggiore

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    senza dubbio Sharm 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' da premettere ke tutti gli hotel di Sharm sono belli e anke questo indubbiamente lo ma.......Voglio rendervi partecipi della ns disavventura....Sar 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"!!!!!sar anke ke nn un albergo italiano ma qui si tratta proprio di zingari!!!!!!

    I'd go back

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    Un po' una delusione

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    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.

    Soro rimasta soddisfatta di quest'hotel

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    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!

    A bit of a let down

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    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 am satisfied with the hotel

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    I have just come back from Sharm and I stayed in this hotel!

    Do Not Stay at This Resort!!!

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    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.

    Hardly Royal Paradise!

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    When reaching the Royal Paradise Hotel and trying to check in, they weren't even aware we supposed to be staying there. We were asked to wait by reception for 10 minutes while they phoned the rep, although this turned into 30 minutes.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Paradise Resort Sharm El-Sheikh

    2.00 of 5 stars Fair