Grand Rotana Resort & Spa
Sharks Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
Most recent booking for this hotel was yesterday at 15:04
“ Found staff very friendly and helpful10.0 Spectacular
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“ The hotel and staff were brilliant, although on staying in all inclusive we found the food not as good as other hotels we have stayed in. Also the choice of bars and food for the all inclusive offer was minimal. If however you chose to stay bed and breakfast the extra bars and restaurants on site were top quality. I would go back but would choose bed and breakfast9.9 Exceptional
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The Grand Rotana Resort & Spa is Rotana's 5 star property in Sharm El Sheikh, "The City of Peace", offering a unique coastline, embraced by the spectacular land and seascapes of Mother Nature. With diving and snorkelling, windsurfing and other water sports, horse and camel riding, desert safaris and great nearby historic & religious attractions awaiting you. Organising your launches, conferences and events will now be an unforgettable experience.
Our customer reviews
Neil from Dartford
“ This was the second time we have visited the hotel and the service and welcome we received was excellent.
A from Wigan
“ Hotel was nice but paid for all inclusive but still had to pay in hotels rstaurants and for drinks which was not really acceptable
John from High Wycombe
“ Found staff very friendly and helpful
Jacqueline from Alton
If you are looking to book this hotel Beware!! The hotel itself is in beautiful grounds and is very plush BUT all inclusive is very limited, there are hidden extras everywhere you will be offered the option of upgrading to ULTRA upon arrival that costs $30 per day per person, this will give you the option of using the 3 al a carte restaurants for all your meals (you get 1 voucher per party per week inc) on top of that there are items on the menu that have to be paid extra for. The crepe bar on the beach is not included in either package nor are snacks around the pool orange juice or the lobby bar. The beach restaurant is closed for drinks at 6 each evening or again you have to pay, all in all the only things included in your all inclusive package is meals in the buffet and drinks (not in you mini bar that again is extra) and its only soft drinks in it.
All in all the hotel is lovely but felt ripped off so would not return
“ Top Tip: Visit Soho Square fish and chips in the Queen Vic pub great value at £5
Dawn from Dunstable
“ The hotel and staff were brilliant, although on staying in all inclusive we found the food not as good as other hotels we have stayed in. Also the choice of bars and food for the all inclusive offer was minimal. If however you chose to stay bed and breakfast the extra bars and restaurants on site were top quality. I would go back but would choose bed and breakfast