We went in The Hard Rock Cafe one of the evenings just for a drink, we didnt eat there so I cant comment on the Restaurant side of things, but the atmosphere was very good in the Cafe, with all the music and lively barstaff. The drinks wefound were quite expensive compared to some places, but it was worth going in there to say we had been there! It was a good night but wasnt in there for that long.
Memorabilia found in the Sharm El Sheikh Hard Rock Cafe include:
And a lot lot more.
Mon - Sun 12:00PM - 2:00AM
Mon - Sun 10:00AM - 4:00AM
Mon - Sun 12:00AM til Late
Dress Code: There isnt particularly a dress code for here
Pacha in Naa'ma bay is an open air club central in the bay and is home to Ministry of sound nights, dance nation and other big nights. With big name Dj's at the special events and residents on other nights, you'll find it hard not to have a good time. Prices vary from night to night, and so does the music. The club has an old skool night, a hip hop and r n b night and some funky house and trance nights too. Amazing if you want some real hard party vibes. The decor of the club inside is looking a bit dated now but still rocks. You've got a swimming pool, foam party, V.I.P. area, and tons more to keep you entertained. Dj's to have performed there include the likes of Roger Sanchez, David Guetta, Tall Paul, David Morales and many more.
Dress Code: Smart casual was the order in here, unless you went in your swim wear for the foam party and pool exploits. Again can depend on the night.
To be honest, High Expectations but low in delivery...i thought that it was "the"place to be..however it turned out to be just an average place to club around..the music is fine but the ambience is nothing great..too small and can get crowded....It also has this infamous rule of Couple only and entry pass where please be warned is varied according to your nationality ( westerners are sometimes overcharged)...Make sure you buy it from the Gate of the Club not from free lancing ""agents"" who trick you by saying they have cheaper pass...Heard the Food is great but i havent experienced it.
Dress Code: Casuals..anything would do..make sure of no sandals
Pacha is the Koolest Place to be in Sharm..the Right Music, The Right Crowd and the Right Atmosphere...U dnt wanna miss going here atleast for one time...One point is sometimes there have this weird rule of COUPLES ONLY...But if you show that you are a Tourist they "may"let you in...Else you have to find someone to escort you in...Else they have a great DJ...and all the Hip Crowd comes there....!! So Dnt miss it.
Dress Code: Casuals..Try to stand out with your Best Casual Wear..High Chances of you finding admirers....!!!
Next month it will be my third time in sharm , and everytime I found new things to do there,
if you are on thursday night go to basha clubs , its the best club in sharm and full of poeple and great DJ's and show , try to book early so you can buy tickets in better price :)
on friday you have many choice , go to the beach party and you ask about it from poeple on Naema bay or reserve to have dinner on hardRock Cafe with a good prices and tasty food and then enjoy in the party which start on 12,
or you can smoke shisha in any cafe in Naema Bay but if you want something specials try Tche che it the best ever , for Saturday you can go to basha again but not too many poeple like thursday but you can have fun also,
after that you can book on safari trip for sunrise , its great and you will have fun for sure , you can reserve through your hotel or by the people in sharm, it cost from 120 LE and more depend on what you want.
aslo try the cruise.
Dress Code: Casual
The Tavern Bar is a dive hangout as well. With so many divers in Sharm, I suppose nearly all the bars/clubs are dive hangouts. But the Tavern is where many of our instructors headed after closing up to relax and have a cold drink.
There are three parts to Tavern Bar. The first floor is like an English bar with tall tables & stools and a huge-screen projector. There is also a small dj booth on the first floor and the house-dj mixes up house music. The second floor offers more relaxed seating and tvs. And there is an outside terrace on the second level that has a big-screen projector set up.
In addition to an extensive cocktail list, Tavern Bar serves up traditional eats like chips & vinegar, English-style steak, burgers, cottage pie, and many other mouth-watering treats. Main courses average around 40LE while steaks range from 60-90LE.
Dress Code: No dress code...most people go casual
The Camel Bar next to the Camel Dive Club & Hotel is where divers hang-out at night. The atmosphere is relaxed with people throwing peanut shells on the floor. The roof bar is great at night.
The bar places house music and has cable TV. Shisha is available and the rooftop couches are a nice place to relax with a pipe.
The prices are average for Na'ama Bay with a beer being around 40LE.
Dress Code: No dress code...
Pasha - perfect for spending a night. One minuse: all tables were reservated what made me pretty unconfortable during clubing.
Don't understand egyptians? No worries, they will understand you (speaks in plenty languages.
Vaziuokit ir tikrai nepasigailesit!!!
Very very possitive feedback for Pasha.
Priviet vsiem s Egyta.
The Sanafir hotel is the venue for the first-ever Pacha club in Africa and the Middle East.
Plenty of big name DJ's have played here like Pee Tong, Steve Sutherland, Smokin Jo and David Morales
who played the 3 years anniversary gig.
night time is great in naama bay its like blackpool with sun , best after 6pm when its nice and cool stroll throgh the markets and shops to pick up a bargain.
best bit is mcdonals giant size meals drinks/fries and meals for a half of the price in the u.k
watch out for the young lads who speak every european language and guess what country you are from to sell at overpriced rates.
Dress Code: very casual , t shirt shorts and flip flops
Il mercato is the newest place in sharm el sheikh it have many things to be done there all kinds of bars ,pups discos, restaurants and much more to do you can't miss il mercato in sharm el sheikh its the whole family place.
Very relaxing place, with indoor (air conditioned) and outdoor areas, comfortable seating for drinking and socializing.Good food and cocktails, cool draught beer and cheap prices!!!!
main sport events shown on big screen, free wi-fi and internet point.
Nice meeting point for resident and tourist.
Sinai Casino is right next door to the Sonesta Beach Resort Hotel. We decided to go here for the night as the Thomson Rep recommended it & i had never been gambling before either.
It was good value for money, we paid £30 each which included a four course meal, $10 to spend in the Casino & all the free entertainment throughout the night. It was a really good experience the Casino was amazing with all the furnishings it felt like you were in a palace.
We were shown how to play all the games in the VIP room which is used by Tony Blair & George Bush who like to go there.
I enjoyed the live entertainment, the dancers were great & the service from the waiters was great too. I enjoyed the meal too it was really nice.
Dress Code: Dress to impress baby........get out your best gear!
I visited the Camel a few times whilst i was in Sharm. I really enjoyed it here, it was a really relaxed atmoshphere whilst watching the world go by on the roof top bar. It had some great views of Naama bay.
It has two seperate parts, the first being the first floor enterance via the steps which leads you to a spacious bar decorated in flags from around the world, pictures and notes from the people who had visited. Looked quite cool! From this floor, there is steps that lead to the roof top bar, which i went to everytime i was there. It had seating, but it was too busy i couldn't find a seat and was happy perching on the wall overlooking Naama bay strip. You can eat here, although i didn't eat - what i saw did look nice! It does serve alcohol - what i saw i think it was local beer but i may be wrong as i don't drink alcohol myself.
It is a popular bar - a lot of people whom i met mentioned it and so did the locals. It's definately a must see!
Dress Code: I don't think there is any. I went in short shorts and a shirt, no one mentioned anything to me.
Every Bedouin tent that i went into was great fun, i enjoyed lounging in the comphy cushions and watching the world go by as you listen to traditional eygptian music. There was one i went to which had a 'Magic Show' for entertainment and it was great fun to watch. Although i thought the guy was a bit daring at times...rather him than me! But all the same, i really enjoyed these tents as they were so relaxed but you got a feel of Egypt too. I also found the drinks aren't expensive and they offered sheesha pipes for a small charge.
Dress Code: I don't think anything too dressy, its a very relaxed atmosphere.