Savoy Sharm El Sheikh
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This property has won Egypt’s Leading Resort at the World Travel Awards for the last five years in a row
- On the White Knight Beach, plus there are five pools, a spa, tennis & squash courts, & a kid’s club on site
- Part of the complex is SOHO Square with an ice rink, ten-pin bowling alley, shops and restaurants
- All rooms have a balcony or terrace & there is a free laundry service
Named Egypt’s leading resort at the World Travel Awards for the last five years running, the Savoy Sharm El Sheikh has a lot on offer to keep the whole family entertained. There are five pools, tennis and squash courts, and a kid’s club on site, plus there’s direct access to the beach and SOHO Square.
You'll find an ice rink, nightclub, ten-pin bowling alley, shops and restaurants to explore at SOHO Square. Many guests stay on an all-inclusive basis (which you can upgrade to on arrival), which includes options to dine at one of the 10 restaurants there, or drink at one of the 13 bars. Back at the hotel, breakfast is served at the main buffet restaurant Tirana. It’s a lavish affair with eggs cooked to order, falafel, waffles, pancakes, cold meat, bread, yoghurt, fruit and more. A buffet dinner is also served here, or you can choose from the à la carte at one of the six on-site restaurants including Rosmarino Italian, Eest Restaurant, Caligula Hot Rock Restaurant, or the Seafood Island Restaurant (which is right by the sea and has Tiran Island views).
The five swimming pools (three for adults and two for children) are open until early evening, as is the neighbouring pool bar. If exploring outside the pool, snorkelers and scuba divers can set off from the hotel jetty or beach to see the nearby coral reef. Later on, the spa has a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and a wide range of treatments available – including one for sunburn if the Egyptian sun takes its toll.
The bedrooms are modern and all have balconies or terraces with views of the Red Sea, pools or gardens.
Tea- and coffee-making facilities and air conditioning come as standard and non-smoking rooms are available on request. It’s a large resort (more like a small town really) and some rooms are far from reception -- do ask for one nearer if this is a concern.