5 Best Luxury Hotels To Stay In Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh is a resort town popular for vibrant sunshine whole year through and wonderful coral reefs.  Situated at the southern peak of the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula, this beautiful getaway brings a lot for the tourists. Because of the place’s stunning corals and diverse marine life, it has become a favourite holiday destination amongst snorkelers and scuba divers despite all the safety issues in the region. There are a number of luxury hotels At Sharm El Sheikh that offer everything from high-end facilities to elegant guest rooms. If you have decided to explore the wonders of this beautiful resort town, here are some of the best luxury hotels for you to enjoy a perfect stay in Sharm El Sheikh.

1. Four Seasons Resort

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Designed as a five-pearl hotel, the luxurious Four Seasons apartments can accommodate visitors with its 136 expansive rooms. The resort is equipped with amazing swimming pool, finest dining and a captivating view of the sea. Elegant, spacious rooms are built with private outdoor terraces where you can enjoy the lovely sea sight with your family and friends. A small private beach offers exciting activities for guests including snorkelling and diving opportunities. Likewise, there are two yachts which are exclusively available to the hotel guests. Additional amenities are also offered to make your stay more comfortable and pleasing. These include a kids’ club, tennis center and a spa.

2. Royal Albatros Moderna

Sharm El Sheikh

Royal Albatros Materna is built to give you a lively and luxury experience with its 680 rooms, huge enough to cater visitors’ specific needs. The resort has direct access to fun-filled holiday engagements such as a water park, beach, drinking and dining opportunities at various international bars and restaurants. Amazing range of amenities can make every family enjoy their time here in Sharm El Sheikh giving you access to live entertainment, kids’ club, pools with cushioned beds and spa with whirlpool tubs. All the comforts of a real home can be felt because every guest room, apart from being stylish and clean, is equipped with air-conditioning unit, flat-screen LEDs and TVs and balconies with access to the lovely view of the sea.

3. Coral Sea Sensatori

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Catering to the needs of huge number of guests, the Coral Sea Sensatori is a luxury resort with 470 rooms that offers specifically designated zones for couples and families with kids to create sort of a separation. The resort’s atmosphere is contemporary and it brings you some sophisticated rooms along with private spaces outdoors, all with wonderful views of the sea. It offers fine dining experience with sumptuous cuisines on offer. Compared to other resorts in the area, leisure activities and pools at Coral Sea Sensatori are considered above average. One big plus is the resort’s Wi-Fi which never goes down contrary to other resorts.

4. Iberotel Palace

Sharm El Sheikh

Overlooking the El Maya Bay and situated at the south of Shem El Sheikh, the Iberotel Palace is a lovely 263-room luxury resort. The atmosphere is more soothing and classy but the resort has come up with an adult-only policy of late. Though pretty small compared to other resorts around, the rooms here are spacious and stylish. The exciting line of amenities in the resort includes an indoor pool, a huge pool with sea view, nice range of bars and four restaurants. Direct access to the waters and amazing water sports opportunities are also provided with the resort’s private beach.

5. The Royal Savoy

 Sharm El Sheikh

An exclusive wing of a luxury five-pearl Savoy complex, the Royal Savoy boasts of a key location sitting  next to Soho Square Center that provides an elegant experience  with overflowing nightlife, restaurants and fun-filled activities. A small beach and three pools are available to guests including direct access to each amenity. Sprawling with sophistication, all 36 rooms are spacious enough and are guaranteed to offer a deluxe feeling being decorated with lovely flowers. Here you can also experience some classy villas and furnished balconies overlooking the beautiful gardens and giving you access to private pools.

So, experience an amazing holiday at the Sharm El Sheik and book your stay in one of its luxury hotels! Make a top pick and you won’t regret your decision.

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Make the Most Out of Your Solo Travels

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Regardless of whether you enjoy traveling alone or not so much, you can always get the most out of your solo trips. The following tips can make any journey you take on your own a lot more fulfilling, interesting and exciting, so don’t hesitate to apply them when you find yourself in this situation.

1. Positive lodging reviews only!

For a solo traveler, things can get a bit awkward and uncomfortable when they have to spend the night at an unfamiliar place without a companion they know. This is why it’s always better to avoid unpleasant surprises and always try to book your stay at places that have positive reviews. Luckily, it’s rather easy to find out what places are rated positively with just a little bit of online research.

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2. Look for free Wi-Fi

When traveling, you should spend most of your time exploring. But you will still have to spend a portion of your days at your hotel. Again, sometimes things can get a little awkward if you don’t have anyone to talk to while you’re eating or simply relaxing indoors. This is why, aside from the mentioned positive reviews, you should also focus on booking a place that has free Wi-Fi. An Internet connection will give you something to occupy yourself with, and you can even chat with your friends and family on Skype or other similar apps.

3. Try to be open about meeting other travelers

Meeting new people doesn’t come easy to everyone. But if you’re generally a communicative person and you find yourself traveling alone, don’t hesitate to break the monotony of your solo travel by meeting other people. You can meet others at the hotel you’re staying at, as you’re exploring and even when visiting local events. And if you’re staying at a local’s place, befriend your lodgers and ask them to recommend bars and cafes with the best social opportunities.

4. Always be prepared

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One drawback of traveling alone is the fact that you will be the only one responsible for your comfort and safety. This means that you have to think about all the essentials to bring with you as there will be no one else to share that burden with. In that respect, you may want to equip yourself with some Go Travel necessities such as a head pillow, ear plugs, a travel hairdryer, a raincoat, etc. Of course, don’t forget to pack your own first aid kit.

5. Be out and about as much as you can

If you really want to make the most of your solo travels, which doesn’t necessarily mean socializing at bars in the evenings, make sure to get up really early to start your sightseeing day as soon as possible. This will allow you to visit different spots at your destination, which can be really important if you’re traveling during the seasons when days are shorter.

6. Try something new

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You may not be used to trying new things in your daily life, but traveling solo will allow you to experience as many new things as you want. After all, there’s no one else to be embarrassed or nervous in front of. This doesn’t have to be something extreme unless you want it to. As long as the activity in question is not something you usually do, go ahead and do it. In that sense, even singing at the local pub’s karaoke night can make this trip unforgettable and fun for you.

7. Take plenty of pictures

Don’t miss the opportunity to save the memory of every place you visit by taking plenty of pictures. Every experience you have on your journey is worth commemorating with a quick snap. And with the quality of modern smartphones these days, you’ll definitely get to capture the beauty of your travels, even when it comes to breathtaking nature or a mesmerizing sunset. Not to mention that you’ll be able to share your experience with your friends and family by sharing some of these pictures on social media.

Every experience can be a positive one if you let it. This is especially true for traveling alone. Not only will you get to see amazing things but you’ll also decide on your own itinerary and schedule. Just make sure to follow this crucial tip for every traveler out there – always have a prepared emergency contact list, just to be 100% on the safe side.

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Travel Product Review – Palmate Travel Pillow

I’m a regular air traveller and have been for a very long time. I have the very good fortune of being able to sleep and/or nap quite easily on any flight – be it 1 hour or 12 hours. I’ve also never owned a travel pillow – until now.

There are actually a lot of travel pillows in the marketplace. You can buy them at the airport; at luggage stores; online, etc. The new Palmate Travel Pillow aims to be different and it is. It has cool and practical in one. And it does the job!

Palmate Travel Pillow

Palmate Travel Pillow

Palmate Travel Pillow – What Makes It Different?

Most travel pillows are round or shaped like a horseshoe. The Palmate is square and uber cool looking. It’s designed to mimic the way you would hold your head with your hands. It cradles your head in all directions. The Palmate fits comfortably around your neck and keeps your head from moving.  There are cut-outs on both sides to fit earbuds or even headphones. There’s even a secret built-in vent at the back to keep you cool. The Palmate’s cotton cover is soft and can be removed from the memory foam for washing. The Palmate Pillow also comes with a black cloth carry bag, a lint roller and earplugs. It is a bit bulky but you can tie the black carry bag to your carry-on or make room in a knapsack.

Palmate Travel Pillow – Does It Work?

In a word, yes. My only issue at all with sleeping on a plane is “the headbob”. You fall asleep sitting and your head falls forward or sideways. The “headbob” doesn’t happen to me with the Palmate around my neck. It works just like a neck brace or collar so that your head doesn’t move. Unlike a neck brace, it’s comfortable, plush and can be adjusted as you want.

Palmate Travel Pillow – Where To Buy It?

Get it from Amazon for $25.99. Save 50% with my exclusive promo code PALMATE50 for a limited time! You can also buy it directly from Palmate.