The Savoy Resort, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt
The Luxurious Savoy Sharm El Sheikh is a peaceful retreat with swaying palm trees, waterfalls and a spectacular beach within the protected national park of Ras Mohammed. Perfectly situated in front of Soho Square for all your entertainment needs with an array of shops, restaurants, ten pin bowling and an ice skating rink. The Savoy embodies the highest of traditional values, with spacious rooms and suites of great charm, glorious dining and entertainment. Delightfully lush and extensive gardens blossom throughout and the pools are formed like natural lagoons that meander down to the amazing backdrop of the red sea and Tiran islands.
Location: White Knight Beach/Soho Square
Board Basis Bed and Breakfast.
Transfers: approx. 10 minutes from Sharm El Sheikh Airport.
414 Rooms and Suites
14 Restaurants (6 on-site and 8 in Soho Square) & 1 food cellar
15 Bars, lounges and coffee shops (5 on-site and 10 in Soho Square)
3 Swimming pools
2 Kids pools (one at the beach)
Watersports, Scuba diving and snorkelling
18-Hole championship golf course 5 kilometres away
Mini Golf (at Sierra Resort
4 Tennis courts (at Soho Square
Bowling (at Soho Square)
Ice skating rink (at Soho Square)
Wellness Centre & spa facilities
Babysitting (4-12 Years)
Kids club (4-12 years)
Kids arcade and soft playground (at Soho Square)
Culturama (at Soho Square)
2 Squash Courts (at Soho Square).
Garden View Rooms have one king bed or twin beds, bath, air conditioning, TV, safe, minibar (unstocked), coffee & tea making facilities, bathrobes & slippers and a private terrace facing towards the sea with views of the garden.Room and Board Upgrades
Pool View Rooms are the same as the Garden View rooms but with a view of the pool.
Sea View Roomsare the same as the Garden View rooms but with a view of the sea.
Family Rooms are the same as the Garden View Rooms but can accommodate up to four people. Family Rooms are also available as inteconnecting garden view rooms
Disabled Rooms have a garden view with twin beds, a bathrooms furnished with handrails and sleep a maximum of two people.
FOOD: Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving international cuisine. Dinner also available at a speciality restaurant both at the hotel and in Soho Square with a range of cuisine including seafood, Italian, Asian, French, Indian, Egyptian, Thai, Chinese and Japanese, etc. Speciality restaurants have a special menu and discount on non included dishes, you can eat one dinner at each speciality restaurant per week. Snacks and afternoon tea are also available. Guests receive 25% discount on room service. Reservations required for speciality restaurants, dress codes apply for dinner for men; closed shoes and trousers.
DRINK: Select local and some international brand alcoholic and soft drinks including house wine by the glass available in a selection of bars at the hotel and in Soho Square, the last bar closes at 04:00am. Full mini bar included once per stay.
ACTIVITIES:One 25 minute anti-stress massage per person per stay, Jacuzzi®, Steam and Sauna entrance (once per day), ice skating or one free banana boat ride per stay, laundry service (7 pieces per stay), tennis or bowling (one game per stay) and Friday Gala Dinner.
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.