The hotel accommodation in Sharm el Sheikh caters for the top of the range hotel guests with hotels like the Four Seasons, Hyatt and Ritz……along with a lot of others of good quality including names like the Marriott and the Sheraton.

Many of the areas hotels are along the coast, giving most rooms a sea view as well as a beach giving access to the sea. The ones that are away from the coast will have some sort of agreement to give their guests somewhere on a beach. The hotels start at the border with the National Park of Nabq in the North and stretch all along to the town of Sharm el sheikh.

The Nabq area is being developed very rapidly with most of the hotels on the coast finished and the infrastructure of shops and restaurants coming along well.
The area around the airport has a lot of hotels like the Savoy and Conrad.
Naama Bay is still the main hub of activity with restaurants and shops and hotels like the Hilton Fayrouz, the Novatel and the Maritim.
Then there is the area from Naama Bay to Ras um Sidd all along the coast with Iberotel, Dreams Beach and Hilton Waterfalls.
Just inland from there is a Motel street which has hotels like Falcon and Amr Sinai and also the hotels of the Ras um Sidd plateau like the Casablanca.
Finaly there are the hotels of Sharm town itself like the Beach Albastross and the Iberotel Palace.

The whole area of Sharm el Sheikh made its name from the waters of the Red Sea, with loads of fish and coral life. It would be a waste of a holiday if guests did not look into the waters and the reefs. That can be by going onto a glass bottomed boat, a semi submarine, snorkeling or by having a go at SCUBA diving

With the hotels there is the option for going all inclusive, which is becoming more popular. Though with the choice of restaurants around the area just going B&B could be a good move