Jaz Belvedere Resort, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt
A charming hotel, the Jaz Belvedere has direct and exclusive access to Montaza Beach. Enjoy the outstanding service, vibrant atmosphere and elegant touches of traditional Arabian-Moroccan architecture. Both adults and children will find plenty to do, from a range of activities to diving in one of the world's most beautiful underwater spots. If you fancy a change of scene, Sharm El Sheikh town centre is around 12 miles away.
Location: Montaza Beach.
Board Basis: All Inclusive
Transfer: approx. 20 minutes from Sharm El Sheikh Airport.
A la carte restaurant
Selection of bars
2 swimming pools (1 heated during winter) & kids pool
Sauna, Jacuzzi® & steam bath
Kids club (4-12 years).
Superior Rooms have one queen or twin beds, sofa bed, shower, air conditioning, TV, hairdryer, minibar, safe and balcony or terrace overlooking sea, pool or gardens.Room and Board Upgrades
Superior Family Rooms are larger rooms and sleep 2 adults & 2 children with twin or queen bed plus two sofa beds separated by a curtain.
Non smoking rooms, extra beds and cots are available on request.
FOOD: Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily as well as a children's buffet, snacks and afternoon tea. Snacks are served from noon till sunset, afternoon tea 5-6pm and ice cream 9am till sunset. Restaurants serve a range of both Egyptian and internationally inspired cuisine.
DRINKS:Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks by the glass served 9am-midnight.
ACTIVITIES: Activities include tennis, archery, table tennis, beach volleyball and beach football as well as daily entertainment from the animation team. Kids activities daily at the kids club (4-12 years). Evening entertainment includes live music, shows and entrance to the disco.
About Sharm el Sheikh
Sharm El Sheikh hotels cater to those looking for fun and Winter sun and a top-class diving destination. The top-class hotels in Sharm El Sheik reflect the glamorous clientele that frequent the banks of the Red Sea Riviera, with scores of stylish restaurants and bars, and shopping in 'Old Sharm'. But beyond the modern luxury of hotels in Sharm el Sheikh there is as much culture and history as other parts of Egypt. In the stark shadow of Mount Sinai, St Catherine's Monastery, built in 521 makes an excellent day trip, and the coloured canyon is a breathtaking natural landmark and bizarre gorge of rainbow rock. Sharm El Sheikh holidays are also famous for their world-class diving facilities, and Ras Mohammed is considered one of the best diving spots in the world. Dive deep and discover exotic marine life dart in and out of vibrant coral reef, or try snorkelling if it's your maiden voyage into the deep blue.