Sharm Cliff Resort Sharm el Sheikh

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Naama Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai, Egypt

5 Reviews

Sharm Cliff Resort
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 51% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples71
  • Solo57
  • Business75
  • Great Location


    Location was excellent and stairs were not a problem ! You can loose few kg and be happy ;-)
    The Service was very poor at reception ; unwelcoming, unhelpful !
    The barmen were also unfriendly at the pool .
    Masseurs at the Pool were great but they were overworked ! Man who were taking bookings was very pushy ! and charged everyone differently ( so don't belive the prices you see on price list ! ask for half price ! better tip a masseur than pay full price for a massage !
    The cleaners were brilliant and always cleaned rooms
    The service in restaurant vas very good and staff worked hard
    The food wasnt the best although edible
    Pillows were hard and uncomfortable
    There were MOSQUITOS ! everywhere, hotel does not spray the rooms like others - buy spray against mosquitos before you'll go there ! if not youll be bitten badly !
    Thare are a lot of Russian and Polish guests, but they were all pleasant .

    Unique Quality: It's a very basic hotel in great location !
    I will recommend Hadaba beach ! Where will take you free hotel bus.
    I woul'd return to hotel but not recommend all inclusive- you re 2 min from center of Naama Bay with plenty of nice restaurants ....

  • Nice hotel close to Naama Bay


    Very nice stay. We were there for two weeks and felt quite comfortable. We had to change room once since our aircondition broke down. These things happen and we didn't think much about it, except for that one night we slept in 30 degrees celcius.
    I cannot tell you the exact price since we wen't on a package trip.

    Unique Quality: Nice staff, good standard. Complimentary transport to the hotels beach-area. Lots of activities in the evening, even a disco. Small and not comparable to the ones in Naama. Two pools, three restaurants, three bars. Activities like tennis, billards. Every rooms has a tv and most a balcony.

    Directions: 500 m from Naama Bay center.

  • Fantatic Hotel


    My boyfriend and I stayed at the Marriott on the mountain side recently. The rooms are spacious, we had view of the pool and overlooking the mountains which was amazing. It is true that the cleaners leave you all designs made out of towels - in our two week stay we had a heart, swans, lily's and a boat !

    The pool on the mountain side was very nice too, there was never any problems getting a lounger. It was very clean. The hotel also has it's own private beach.

    The Marriott has a few restaurants, the restaurant on the beach is not very good. 'La Pengola' in the middle of the mountain side pool is ok for food, the Japanese restaurant in the Beach side is also ok but I can definitely recommend the buffet on the Beach side - great food, for a great price. It worked out to around £12.50 eat as much as you want, and it was always great food - (a must).

    In regards to the local area for food, I was a little disappointed, although the service is always outstanding, the food does need bringing up to scratch. There is a Mexican restaurant at the end of Naama Bay main street which is very nice, although be aware of the constant badgering you get from the locals all wanting to ask 'one question' or 'are you English' or 'come look at the menu'. At first you don't want to offend anyone and politely say no thank you but after a few days you end up ignoring them or not wanting to look anyone in the eye. One last point, be aware of 'please can you come and sign my guestbook', we did and ended up in someone's shop, desperately trying to give us drinks and sell us perfume.

    The staff at the Marriott were very nice and welcoming, and the tight security makes you feel much better in light on the recent events in the area - (you go through a metal detector and your bag will be checked every time you enter the hotel).

    Unique Quality: The entertainment was rubbish, the only highlight was the party twice a week at Harry's Pub which was quite funny, included belly dancers etc. The disco on most other nights doesn't start until 11pm - which was dead when we arrived once at 11.30pm - definitely go into Naama Bay for any entertainment.

    Couple of tips, take a travel iron, and travel kettle as they are not provided. Beach and pool towels are available so you wont need to bring your own.

    All in all the Marriott Hotel was a fantastic place to stay and I would definitely go back there again.

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    More then we expected!!!


    We really enjoyed our stay in hotel!!!!! It is clean, rooms are very specious, furniture is great. Food is excellent. Stuff is Ok. The biggest minus is beach! We were allowed to use 3 beaches. Our favourite was Delta beach (between Hilton and ...). Sea is amazing, water is clean, fishes all around you... and that is good part. Bad part are sunbeds and size of beach. Sunbeds are too near, and beach itself is so small. Sometimes we couldn't find any free sunbed!!! And that can be annoying on +45 degrees in shade! But if I tell you, that i would go to the same hotel again... :) And one more thing: there is free shutlle bus to the beach (although it is not so far away), and you get free towels on the beach and on the pools.

    Unique Quality: Hotel is on huge space. There are 2 big pools and 1 for kids. If you enjoy sports, there is tennis court, voleyball court. 2 squash courts, small football court and not to mention billiards and table tennis. Animation team is not annoying at all. If you are fond of evening going out, do not worry! Hotel is on OK location. It is near to Naama Bay ceter. Well, it is on small hill, but it is not big deal at all! It took us 5 mins from Hard Rock Cafe to our room!!!!!

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    A nice Hotel west of Naama bay


    This is a 4 star hotel, very nice service, nice pools and very nice for familys with children.
    The breakfast was average but the Thai restaurant was a real hit!

    Unique Quality: They offers a free busride to the beach/center of Naama every 1/2 hour

More about Sharm Cliff Resort Sharm el Sheikh

Sharm Cliff EXPOSED!!!!

by TripAdvisor Member vacationlover2000

I've Just returned from a week a The Sharm Cliff Resort with my
girlfriend & her six year old daughter.
On arrival, the hotel seemed to be quite nice, very clean & quite well set out.. The rooms are as stated in some other reviews (bright, roomy enough & clean). The outer pool area is also very pleasant & clean.
My only problem here was that ALL INCLUSIVE is NOT "ALL INCLUSIVE" in this hotel!! Bottles of water for the "little one" had to be bought from the bar, also fruit juice had to be bought! Snacks at the bar ie. pizza & fries were not free & i feel I should add that all items that had to be paid for (food or drink) at the hotel had a marked up price of about 900%!! eg. a small bottle of water was £10 L.E (Egyptian pounds), but if i was to take a 5min walk into Naama bay,
the same size (& brand) bottle of water was £1.5 L.E!! The cost of fruit juice (carton similar to Ribena) was roughley the same!! How can a person go to a country that's 30 degrees plus with unsuitable drinking water, pay for ALL INCLUSIVE and then be charged excessive amounts by the hotel/resort that you've already paid a fair price for ALL to be Included?!!?
The food (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) was awful!! Repetitive as stated in another review is not the word! My girlfriend had an upset stomach for most of the week & we noticed food from the previous nights dinner was reheated for breakfast!! I wonder why she was ill... Nobody i know eats mashed potatoe for breakfast!
If you're into boiled meat with strange flavours then you're in luck
at The Sharm Cliff!! If you notice, i've put 2 circles for okay..
This was because the weather was superb & the little one had a good time at the beach.. Not to mention, she enjoyed the fact that we ate McDonalds most afternoons to avoid the pain of what was being served for lunch!! I've been on a few ALL INCLUSIVE holidays & this one was the worst EVER!! If you go to this Hotel, my advise would be to go self catering or B&B if pos'.. It's quite cheap to eat out in Sharm & you'd be saving yourself a good few trips to the toilet! further more, i would'nt advise taking kids, since there's nothing for them here. the entertainment is adult based (sexy fun), the activities (tennis,gym,pool/billiards) are all charged at extortionate prices (although they're advertised as being "Inclusive") and the beach area provided by the hotel has to be the worst on the stretch (small, overcrowded & in a corner where all rubbish in the sea ends up)!! Make you're own minds up people.. Peace to my man "SPROUTS ON ROOF"!!!

Sharm Cliff ' THE TRUTH ' !!

by TripAdvisor Member designroofer

7.4.2008 - Returned from a week in the Sharm Cliff Hotel. Disappointed in the All Inclusive package at this hotel, as it wasn't!! On arrival the reception area was clean, bit sparce and small but not too bad. Room was nice, quite spacious and very clean, and great location opening on to the pool area, which was also very nice and clean. So far, so good.... Then we went for dinner... Sat down for dinner and asked the waiter for a drink, Oh No, afraid not, no waiter service here. Was told that drinks were on a table in the corner of the restaurant (well, canteen!) Beer was served in small glasses and the bottle left open until the next person requested a beer, just how they do it here I guess, but not the service we are used to getting on an all inclusive basis.

Food wasn't great, but initially we put this down to the fact that we arrived late for dinner the first night , just before the canteen closed!! However, it transpired that the food was terrible all the time, really awful. Got to the point that meal times filled us with dread, we endured it for a couple of days, until my girlfriend had some battered fish, she had 4 pieces and 3 of them were raw! Canteen manager came over, looked at them, shrugged his shoulders and took the plate away..that was that. Breakfast was bearable, until my girlfriends omelette was also uncooked. That was it for her, so we started venturing out for food most of the time and pool snacks (not free!) the other times. Thing is the bought food wasn't that bad, so they can cook, they just don't seem to bother for the all inclusive guests.

The other issue was the drinks, no free bottled water, water dispenser, but you get told off if you try to fill your own bottle. No fruit juice, so children had to have fizzy drinks or pay. We didn't have our kids with us, but people we met did, and the kids just are'nt catered for. And... there isn't a childrens playround here, or a gym, or a sauna!!!

The staff are cheerful and helpful on the whole, with the odd exception!! Entertainment bit poor, but not the fault of the animation team so much as the animation manager Gaby, who was approached and asked to do something child friendly, but didn't, also don't think the hotel allows much resource-wise for entertainment purposes!

All in all, we did have a good holiday, the weather was superb, we met some nice people who probably made the experience a good one, ' Hello you guys, hope your'e all well, especially the ' little one :)'... 'Oreet R Kid...Sprouts on roof!!' (keep in touch)
Would probably go to Sharm again, for the weather, but not this hotel, definitely not, it isn't all inclusive and it isn't a 4 Star!

Just back from sharm cliff

by TripAdvisor Member loobieloo591

Returned from sharm cliff after 1 week all inclusive hotel was good and there was always something for eating in the buffet even if your fussy :)
we got fotos done by the photographer which he gave us a disc for which didnt work I am looking for an email address or contact for the hotel if anyone can help?Id like these fotos as it was our honeymoon.Id go back AL to same resort :)

Sharm Cliff "The REAL truth"

by TripAdvisor Member chellbell43

After reading all of the reviews, we weren't looking forward to going, but when we finally got there we were very surprised. The hotel was very clean and staff were really friendly.
We've been on loads of all inclusives all over the world and this was a nice hotel. Yeah the A.I. may finish at 11 but just go up and get a few drinks before 11. The drinks are in small glasses but at least there glass we,ve been to some AI where you get the cheapest plastic cups available. The lager and vodka are ok and there are water coolers avaiable at the bar so you can get your own water in the cups provided, they are a bit funny about you filling up bottles with the water but just get a couple of glasses and fill up your bottle that way. You also have a fridge your room to keep your drinks cool.
The restaurant is really nice and have a lovely view over Naama bay. There is always beef, chicken and fish also lots of salad, pasta and rice. We loved the soups and desserts. There's always something to eat and it's not as bad as poeple make out!
Our room was fantastic it was clean, bright and spacious. Also the air conditioning was fantastic. Our room was on the ground floor and opened straight up onto the pool. So we just left our patio doors open as we were just outside our room and could go in and our if we got to hot and needed the loo, which was ideal.
The pool bar did do food like burgers and pizza's but theses aren't included in the AI. They were only a few pound so not to bad.
We went here for a total chill out week and thats what we got!
The entertainment staff were really good and friendly, they tried really hard to get people involved and catered for all nationalities.
The hotel is in a flight path but to be honest it didn't bother us it wasn't that bad.
Also all I can say about the building work is if you don't want to stay in a hotel next to a building site DON'T GO TO SHARM EL SHEIKH. There is building work every where.
The work next to our hotel wasn't too bad and they didn.t make too much noise but by the time the music came on around the pool you couldn't hear a thing.
If you actually go out of the hotel be warned everyone will pester you to go in there shop/bar and won't leave you alone. This was the only down side to the holiday.
The steps down to the Namma bay are half done but aren't too bad unless you,ve had a good drink but they only take you 5 minutes to get into the heart of the nightlife.
A little it of advice the Namma bay is only about 10-15 minutes from the airport but if you get on a coach it can take up to an hour and a half. Get a taxi they'll try and charge you up to 35 english pounds but barter as it should only be about a tenner.
Overall fantastic holiday, even better weather and great hotel.
Go here if you want sunshine!

Brill Holiday - Sharm Cliff Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member gemsy_bagel

14 of us have just got back from a 1 week stay in the Sharm cliff Hotel and it was Brill. After the reviews we had been reading we were a bit worried about what it was going to be like but on arrival the hotel was clean and tidy and the hotel staff were friendly and helpful. We were asked to leave our suitcases outside while we checked in so the porter could take them which we werent too keen on the idea as we knew what the egyptians could be like with charging people for things so we carried our own to our hotel room. All our rooms were on the bottom floor so we could just roll out of bed and into the pool every morning. The rooms were very large and well kept. When the cleaners did the rrom we had shell shapes and things made out of our bedding which was nice.The all inclusive option was fantastic. We could help our selves to 'proper' coca cola and sprite and there was fresh water. There was Fanta also even though it looked a bit nuclear (bright orange) it was great for hangovers!! The free vodka and lager was a great thing for us all being a group of people aged 18-25!! The food wasnt as bad as people made out. For breakfast there were freshly made omlettes, cereal, fruit, toast. For lunch and dinner there was always salads, chips or potatoes, pasta and rice then some kind of meat. The pools were awsome, specially with the hot weather when you needed a cool down. The animation team were alot of fun, we all got involved in a few games of water polo and other competitions they had going on and they always included everyone. There wasnt really any noise on the building side at all and the planes didnt really bother us .The music got a bit repetitive but better than nothing. The stairs down to the town were a bit of a pain, specially in heels! But there was a KFC and a TGI Fridays at the bottom so they made up for them! Naama bay was lovely, plenty of bars and restaurants and the beaches were really nice. The egyptians trying to get you into their shops are a pain but if you ignore them or tell them your not interested they go away. We made the most of everything and there wasn't really any bad points. We all had an awsome time and would definately go back again.

Forum Posts

Sharm to Cairo or Luxor

by AndyBoore


I'm planning to go to Sharm in May to experience the diving but also want to take in some sights and culture. Does anyone know how much days trips to Cairo or Luxor will cost from Sharm. Prices for Bus or flights would be greatly appreciated. Is it best to book once you get there?


RE: Sharm to Cairo or Luxor

by catherineneill

hey! take a look at my sharm page, i did what you are planning to do. we got a flight from sharm to cairo for about 100 pounds (british) including transfers, lunch, tours, pyramids etc. When u think about it, its a really good deal.

others took the bus, it was 80 pounds for the same thing, but really the extra 20 is worth it. the bus takes all night, the plane takes an hour!!

cathy xx

RE: Sharm to Cairo or Luxor

by thegriff2

we returned from sharm last week , we used a tour company, named fayed travel for a trip to cairo ,cost £120 per person , they use egyptian airways very good value for money ,lunch ,transfers, enterance to museum etc
ask for mohammed ,he is very good for info tell him mr peter was asking for him! they are situated in naama bay right across from mcdonalds restaurant
have a good holiday , griff

RE: RE: Sharm to Cairo or Luxor

by freeman29

Where did you purchase your day trip to cairo from? 100.00GBP sounds like a baragain!

Im going to Sharm in August, staying at the bedouin camp in sharks bay 08/08/06-16/08/06 then satying 3 days in naama at the sharm cliff resort (near halomony i think). Cant wait!

RE: RE: Sharm to Cairo or Luxor

by paddy_moon

we had a great time in sharm
my child and wife asked me more to get back to sharm soon
i booked cairo,super safri and dive course with charm of sharm and got discount too
service excellent and they look after you
they treat you as friend

RE: Sharm to Cairo or Luxor

by lcmack

We were in Sharm in Feb and went on the day trip to Cairo by bus, it only cost £35! although it was a long day, we heard of others who went on the flight trip, however they were delayed at the airport (as is often the case) and the flight trip, ended up almost as long as the bus trip. The bus trip was ideal, picked us up at the hotel at 1.30am (no having to go to airport and check in etc), we took blankets from the hotel and curled up on the bus. We got to Cairo for about 8.30am, and spent the whole day (Egyptian museum, trip on Nile, Lunch by Nile, Papyrus factory, Pyramids, Perfume factory, Bazaar), then left Cairo about 6.30pm, back in Sharm about 1am. Excellent day and worth every penny of £35. Lots of excursion companies in Sharm, wait until you get there to book.


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 Sharm Cliff Resort Sharm el Sheikh

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Address: Naama Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai, Egypt