Written on: 15/08/2012
hi chris .like anywhere you have to be careufl of HIV and STD. Please dont go to the brothels. They have a high risk of these infections and are not literate about these dangers. Take necesary precautions and be safe. Mumbai has a high risk of HIV. As far as I know, there is no problem to take a female to a hotel in mumbai. (read more)
Written on: 25/08/2011 by PieandMash (1 review written)
From the time we arrived at the hotel our holiday needs were taken care of, the staff could not do enough for us. The food was of a very good standard which reading other reviews came as a refreshing surprise. The lobby and beach bar staff were excellent as were the staff in the main restaurant. The animation team were friendly and there was no fighting or having to get out early to get a sun bed. Our cleaner did a first class job every day and the public toilets spotless. A tip would be... (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2011
MY NAMES IS JOHN VINES AND I STAYED WITH LYNDA DAVIES) AT THE SHERATON ROOM 3001 PERIOD 29TH JAN TO 3RD FEBRUARY 2011 AND I WAS IN GENERAL MOST IMPRESSED BY THE SERVICE AND THE FOOD. THE BEACH WAS SPLENDID. THE YOUNG MANAGER OF THE RESTAURANT WAS FIRST CLASS AND SPECIAL THANKS GOES TO MUHAMMAD KAMAL THE BEACH WAITER WHO SERVED DRINKS FROM ONE THE THATCHED HUTS BY THE OCEAN...THE RED SEA.IT WAS WITH SADNESS THAT ONE SOME ONEHUNDREDANDSIXTY MILES AWAY WERE MAJOR POLITICAL TROUBLES FOR LOVELY... (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2010
The hotel positions itself as a five-star hotel. I would hardly give this hotel even a half star.
Check in. The first thing that impressed me was the quality of the paper on which restaurants schedule was printed. The paper was crumbled with ink blots and had curved unreadable text. It seems that printer and paper has never been changed since hotel opening. Then we've been asked to sign paper that we oblige not to purchase food, not to bring food to the hotel and not to eat food. In case... (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2009
warning ??? take care 20 december 2009
stayed in sheraton sharm 2 weeks
really all was very bad
the stuff look to you as wild and all offer to sleep with you and say stupid things about egyptian power in sex
all the place was not saftey
take care when you go there
dont leave you money also in your room
take car (read more)
Written on: 11/02/2008 by johnglasgow (1 review written)
You get what you pay for! Whilst the hotel is luxurious and well worth its 5 star rating the accommodation in the resort would merit between 3 and 4 star!
The staff are exceptionally friendly and very obliging and the buffet style meals are quite good, although sometimes a bit repetitive. We avoided the cream based desserts as they weren't in any way refrigerated!
Try the Lebanese restaurant in the main hotel- well worth a visit.
Written on: 27/07/2007 by Rene34 (1 review written)
I booked the Sheraton Sharm Hotel on an All Inclusive basis. When I arrived we were told it was not all inclusive and had to pay in the Italian restaurant and A La Carte Restaurant. Some of the bars you had to pay for too. This is wrong. Why say it's All Inclusive when it's not! Have never had a bad holiday in 25 years of going away until my visit to the Sharm Hotel in Egypt. (read more)
Written on: 11/03/2005 by npevler (8 reviews written)
We stayed in the Sheraton Sharm Hotel, Breakfast was buffet style and good. Rooms where large and clean with a good selection of TV channels. Hotel staff were well presented and fairly helpfull. The in house food was average but be warned avoid the dinner buffet it cost £22 per head (which is extremley expensive for Sharm) and the food was very poor. The Complex is located on the Peace Road but is a taxi ride away from any shops, bars or nightlife. Its is worth getting out though as once... (read more)
Written on: 12/02/2005 by murphyp (3 reviews written)
The Sheraton Sharm Hotel rating of 4 star was about right. There were a couple of occasions when the standards dropped, ie our room was not cleaned twice during our stay, the last time was when we had given the cleaner a tip on his final shift and he failed to return to clean the room, promising to come back in 10 minutes. Also, the waitress took two bananas from someone who was taking them out of the restaurant after their breakfast! (read more)
Written on: 16/11/2004 by JohnHowlett
Having read the other reports on Sheraton Sharm Hotel I will try and make this as balanced and fair report as I can. I am writing this 2 days after returning from a week there - so I hope the comments are not only a fair reflection but also accurate.
We understood we had booked a room in the hotel and on arrival found ourselves in the resort. Not the first time this has happen (see above) - we had checked with Cosmos - before departure and were assured of a room in the hotel. On checking... (read more)
Written on: 06/10/2004 by bud007 (1 review written)
Just returned from fortnight at Sheraton Sharm Hotel. I Assumed I had booked into Hotel itself but herded round to the resort area. My Room was very basic, the fridge in the room managed to chill stuff after ten days! Our king size bed was two beds pushed together! The Resort catered to the large volume of Italians who holiday here. Food at the Half Moon, which is where you are allocated to eat if on half board and staying in the resort area is uninspiring and caters to the Italian... (read more)
Written on: 07/03/2004 by dionnesewmad (1 review written)
After being assured we were booked into the Sheraton Sharm Hotel and then receiving a letter seven days before departure saying that we were booked into the Resort(complete tour company cock-up) we approached this holiday with great trepidation. What a beautiful surprise. The resort is laid out on three very spacious levels each with its'own pool and bar and three or four two storey crescents surrounding. We had a ground floor room with Terrace and a small garden. The landscaping of the... (read more)
Written on: 14/12/2003 by markl23 (1 review written)
The Sheraton Sharm HOTEL. ***IMPORTANT*** Make sure, if booking this hotel, that you find out exactly what kind of accomodation you will be staying in. The "Resort" is separate from the "Hotel" and is not shown in ANY brochure or website. We arrived, and were shown to a backpackers' dorm-type room, about 7mins walk from the Resort reception, which was not as clean as one would expect, had a non-working fridge, pancake-flat pillows, no kettle or bath and a defective shower. After the... (read more)
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