Written on: 31/03/2015 by AmbroseCP (1 review written)
Activities at this resort is all ADDED surcharges - snorkelling, squash, tennis all costs extra. The resort is approximately 3.5 km distance to Naama Bay, considered the main hub of Sharm El Sheik. In the heat, not advisable to walk. A Shuttle i3 times a day is available. The beach is not very swim friendly. Only a small area available for snorkelling (extra charge). Many resorts around the world offer paddle boats, snorkelling, tennis, sailing FREE. Too few activities to keep one busy within… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2008 by Lynne Harrison (1 review written)
Sea front room excellent. Room servicing regular and good.
Excellent pool area and the hotel has a private beach with numerous Butlers on the beach and pool area's for towels etc. Snorkeling available from the hotel beach… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2008
Both my fiancee and I have stayed in the finest of hotels that include the Ritz Carlton, Miami. The Clarence in Dublin and various London hotels.
We wanted a winter destination but busy work commitments only allowed us to vacate for just a week. Egypt sounded perfect with under a five hour flight.
Myself being particularly piccy, I was pleasantly suprised with everything about the Hyatt. It is very clean, the staff are very professional and the decor and pool settings are wonderful.
There… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/06/2005 by Denise Smith (1 review written)
Sharm El Sheikh, Hyatt Regency Hotel - The service at the Hyatt is awful. At the Regency Club poolside for example, it would take 35 minutes for drinks to arrive from the time that you managed to find a waiter, which took a further 15 to 20 minutes. We booked a buggy to take us and our luggage to the coach for our journey home. The buggy arrived 20 minutes late, we nearly missed the coach, and had held everyone else up in the process.
The Hyatt is incapable of offering the service they… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2005 by Ali Bentley (1 review written)
We were told at the time of booking "Hyatt Regency Hotel was the best in Sharm el Sheikh". Our experience of other places in Egypt, left us thinking that Sharm was not up to the standard of other areas.
We had to get the Limo's from the Hotel into town the walk was just too far and we were charged more as the hotel would not allow local taxi's... is this what we paid the extra for?
Other areas of Sharm were interesting and fun. We could have so easily missed out on this. The other guests… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2004 by jaybee21 (1 review written)
Have just spent Christmas week 2004 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. From the moment we arrived we were treated like Royalty and the service remained at a high standard throughout our stay.
The breakfast at Cafe Fresco each morning was wonderful, especially the omelettes and freshly made pancakes - delicious.
Snorkelling off the jetty on the private beach was amazing. They provide excellent equipment and facilities, so very safe for first timers like me.
Rooms were serviced and cleaned three… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2004 by David Rensler (1 review written)
My wife and I have just returned from our first holiday in Egypt, having stayed at the Hyatt Regency. From the moment we got there, the friendly staff could not do enough for us. We have stayed in a few hotels of this calibre but there was something which set this place apart. I have usually found that staff in such hotels can often be rather aloof and somewhat snooty, but at the Hyatt this was not the case. Everyone was extremely friendly and helpful and made us both feel very much at home… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2004 by westcok (1 review written)
Just returned from Hyatt Regency hotel, 28th March 2004, had the most wonderful holiday.
Rooms beautiful excellent sea view from balcony, clean, marble, ensuite bathroom, satelite tv, air con, fan,
bars restaurants excellent, all various prices, pizza $10, beer $3, spirits $5, thai curry $10,
lobster $40 - five restaurents available at al;l different prices !
Souk excellent and great value for money, lamb kebab or chicken cashewnut chinese with rice $10
Sea clear, local dolphin swims up most… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2003 by lizsmith36. (1 review written)
Beautiful location and architecture by the middle gardens reef. Rooms very spacious and clean (we stayed in one of the Regency Club suites). Regency club guests benefit from private pool and beach, complimentary drinks and canapes, and a superb level of privacy and service.
The Souk offers a unique dining experience where all members of the family can eat different cuisines together… Read Full Review
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