Resort Overview

Poised on the edge of an 'aqua oasis', the 35-hectare Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh resort hotel is embraced by the spectacular land and seascapes of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort Hotel is a popular destination for watersports and diving vacations.
The 5 star hotel is adjacent to Na'ama Bay and just ten minutes' drive from Sharm El Sheikh Airport. The hotel is also host to world-class restaurants and Club Olympus Fitness Centre and Spa.

Rooms

Enjoy a spectacular view of the Red Sea from a furnished balcony or terrace. Southern Mediterranean decor complements a spacious 38-sq.-metre room featuring one king or two twin beds offering the softest Egyptian cotton linens, generous work area with high-speed Internet access, and marble bath with soaking tub, walk-in shower and deluxe bath amenities enriched with Dead Sea minerals.

Amenities

  • Balcony / Terrace
  • Bathrobes / Slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar
  • Multi-line telephones with individual data ports
  • Voicemail
  • Individual air conditioning control
  • 24-hour concierge
  • Morning newspaper
  • Crib upon request
  • Maximum guests per room: 2 adults/1 child
  • Separate work area
  • Marble bath
  • 24-hour room service
  • 25 inch or larger TV
  • Speakerphone
  • High-speed Internet access
  • Ceiling fans
  • In-room safe
  • Rollaways upon request
  • Luxury toiletries enriched with Dead Sea minerals

Hotel Services & Amenities

Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort provides a wide range of services guaranteed to satisfy the needs of the most discerning guests. Just a few of the conveniences the hotel offers include Oasis Kids' Club, helpful hints about the resort and its surroundings at The Resort Centre, and Souk at the Hyatt, an interactive and truly innovative shopping experience with a gamut of shops that range from the elegant to the whimsical.

Directions

Sharm El Sheikh Airport (SSH) - 3 km from the hotel / 10 minutes by car
Naama Bay - Central resort area of Sharm el Sheikh, comprising world-class clubs and restaurants
Ras Mohammed National Park – Renowned diving and scuba diving site in the Red Sea
St. Catherine's Monastery – Located at the foot of Mount Sinai in Egypt, St. Catherine's Monastery is one of the oldest functioning monasteries in the world.
Maritim Sharm El Sheikh International Congress Center – Famous congress venue

Hotel Shops

Souk at the Hyatt offers guests an interactive and truly innovative shopping experience. It takes the concept of an ancient marketplace into the new millennium by combining everything from live folklore shows, six fun food stalls and a gamut of shops that range from the elegant to the whimsical.

Parking

Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh provides guests with an onsite, outdoor parking lot with unlimited in/out privileges. Self parking is available at no charges to our guests. Our parking areas can accommodate cars and vans. You must be a guest in the hotel or attending a function at the hotel to park in the hotel parking lot.

Transportation

Chauffeur driven private transportation can be arranged by the resort's Concierge. The resort also provides a daily shuttle bus to and from Na'ama Bay.

Accessibility

Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort offers specially designed rooms for physically challenged guests.

Internet

Stay connected during your stay with us. See below for the type of Internet access and availability.

Guest Rooms:
High-Speed Internet – Wired

Meeting Rooms:
High-Speed Internet – Wired
High-Speed Internet – Wireless

Public Areas:
High-Speed Internet - Wireless

Onsite Services

  • 24-hour Room Service
  • Twice daily housekeeping service
  • Overnight laundry & dry-cleaning
  • Same-day pressing
  • Babysitting services
  • Mutli-lingual guest service directory
  • Tour & travel desk
  • Business Centre
  • Car & limousine rental
  • Shopping arcade
  • Doctor on call 24 hours
  • Bank & ATM service

Restaurants

The resort hotel's restaurants and bars are a showcase for truly global cuisine, each offering their own specialities.

Sala Thai Restaurant

The restaurant is classically Thai with rich teak wood, sensuous fabrics and an open display kitchen. The Sala Thai Restaurant in Sharm El Sheikh offers an evening of grace, refinement and congeniality with a genteel and charming atmosphere.

Café Fresco

Offering a variety of Mediterranean specialities, predominantly traditional hot and cold buffet dishes that are constantly updated or given a flavourful twist. The choice of food is seasonal, aromatic and always fresh. Guests can watch their food being cooked at the open charcoal oven and live cooking station.

The Beach House

Poised on the edge of the breathtaking Red Sea whether savouring the freshest seafood grilled to perfection or just a light and tasty salad with a cool cocktail, the Beach House is the perfect place to unwind. Dinner at the Beach House is a serene experience of exquisite seafood and casual fine-dining looking out at the shimmering sea lapping against the shore.

Souk

Souk at the Hyatt is a gallery where all the senses are indulged. It offers a variety of Bedouin music and rhythmical drum beats, lively scents of Middle Eastern cooking and boutiques displaying local artefacts, fashion and jewellery. All together, these wonderful features provide an Arabian evening charged with scents, sensuality and appeal. Guests can enjoy pan-oriental cuisine with a programme of folklore music and dance. There are different delicious delicacies to try from the vast array of shops, bars and restaurants in the Souk.

Souk: Tahina's - 'The Flavour of the Region'

Middle Eastern hospitality is frequently expressed in the offering of a fine meal or mezzeh. Its cuisine has evolved over several thousand years linking Europe to the Orient. Collectively, this region has produced a cuisine that epitomises the culture and the diversity of its heritage. At Tahina's, an array of Lebanese and Arabic specialities is prepared and presented.

Souk: Caz-Bar - 'The Relaxed Demeanour of Indoor-Outdoor Living'

Relish the last remnants of the day with a flurry of outdoor entertaining. Set amongst the mosaic of Middle Eastern life in the souk, enjoy a wide selection of frosted and refreshing drinks.

Souk: Olivo's - 'Food of the Sun'

Much of the charm of Mediterranean food comes from its simplicity. The food of sea, sun and olive trees is vibrant, heat-tinged and forceful. It uses products that define it, such as intensely flavoured ripe tomatoes, green oil of first-pressed olives and wild herbs, such as basil. The natural ingredients combine to create a fresh, uncomplicated flavour. The presentation is simple, and its beauty is in the natural austerity; what you see is what you taste.

Souk: Snaxx - 'Grilled to Perfection'

For the Carnivores. Succulent steaks and tender cuts are grilled to order while you choose from an array of exciting condiments. chutneys, pickles, mustard and sauces.

Souk: Sweet Shop - 'A Delight to the Eye'

Pastry shops from Turkey to India are a delight to the eye. Halvas, sweetmeats and Turkish delight are made in an unbelievable assortment of flavours and colours, and filled with nuts and dried fruits. The main ingredients are varied, ranging from rose water-flavoured gelatine and washed cottage cheese, to crushed nuts and honey. At the Sweet Shop, a range of Middle Eastern pastries, shabats, ice creams and fresh fruits is served.

Souk: Wok's - 'The Asian Essence Flashed in a Wok'

From this humble cast-iron, ovate pan comes the most mouth-watering dishes. The wok's shape allows total flexibility, and its searing heat seals in juices. The expert chefs make the simplest and freshest products come alive. They fine-tune their dishes with judicious seasonings of soya sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce, rice wine and sesame oil. At Wok's, an array of fresh seafood, noodles and rice is prepared in classic and time-honoured fashion.

Souk: Fish Market 'Fresh from the Sea'

The Red Sea and nearby Mediterranean offer up their bounty, displayed in traditional clay pots and prepared, to order, on an open BBQ by our skilled chefs. Sample the fruits of our seas individually or create your perfect seafood platter.

Room Service

The ultimate in convenience for a quick start for early risers, a romantic dinner for two, or a hospitable gathering. From snacks to full course meals. Call us for all the pampering touches.
Hours: Available 24-hours a day.

Live Entertainment

Souk at the Hyatt

Souk at the Hyatt is a gallery where all the senses are indulged. It offers a variety of Bedouin music and rhythmical drum beats, lively scents of Middle Eastern cooking and boutiques displaying local artefacts, fashion and jewellery. All together, these wonderful features provide an Arabian evening charged with scents, sensuality and appeal. Guests can enjoy pan-oriental cuisine with a programme of folklore music and dance.

Stars Music Bar

Looking seaward towards the call of the ocean, the bar captures the view of the setting sun's autumn colours on the water. The Stars Music Bar will stir your senses or shake your soul, and provide you with an evening to remember. The range of classic and contemporary cocktails, fresh fruit juices and drinks selected from around the world will roll back the heat wave. Daily live entertainment provided.

Activities

Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort has a wide selection of activities to fully enjoy your holidays in Sharm El Sheikh. Among others, the hotel offers water sports on the Red Sea, Eco- tourist trips and an 18-hole golf course. Within the hotel, the Water Sports Center, Club Olympus, Oasis Kids' Club and The Souk ensure non-stop activity for our holiday guests.

Undersea Ball

On the edge of an aqua oasis, surrounded by beautiful landscapes and breathtaking views, Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh invites you to celebrate the New Year under the azure waters of the Red Sea amongst the rainbow coloured corals, and the myriad of water creatures. This New Year, we explore the majesty beneath the Seven Seas with the Undersea Ball.

World Class entertainment from Nemo our 6 piece band and 30 strong dance troupe in an ambiance of creative décor. Sumptuous seafood prepared by our skilled chefs. Scintillating live cooking stations and a 15 metres Ice seafood buffet will have you celebrating the New Year in true Red Sea style.

Local Attractions

At the southern extremity of the Sinai Peninsula lies Sharm El Sheikh, where the mountains gradually run down to the crystal-clear waters of the Red Sea. Developed for its spectacular location, this city is world-famous for its coral and aquatic wildlife. The South Sinai is also an important footprint in the chronicles of history. Capturing the warmth of the summer all year round, visitors are offered an array of experiences.

The Monastery of St Catherine

A formidable, fortified monastery, built in the 6th century under the Roman Emperor Justinian, on what was regarded as the place of Moses' Burning Bush. One of the oldest Christian monasteries in the world, St Catherine's preserves a spectacular array of Christian works of art, including the second largest library of illuminated manuscripts after the Vatican. Only a small part of the monastery is open to the public, for a short time in the morning, but this much is well worth the trip from the hotel through the desert and over the mountains to the monastery.

Mount Sinai (or Mountain of Moses)

Sacred to Muslims, Jews and Christians, Mount Sinai overlooks the Monastery of St Catherine. At a height of 2285 metres, it is relatively easy to climb to the top, either on camel caravans or up the Steps of Repentance, a set of about 3000 steps carved into the rock by monks. Exceptional views at sunset and sunrise.

The 'Coloured Canyon'

Evidence that Sinai was covered by water millions of years ago, the high-walled 'coloured canyon' shows intriguing coloured rock formations, the result of water erosion on the sandstone and limestone. The canyon mouth is accessible by car, and with its short length, 700 metres, is ideal for a hiking expedition.

Pharaoh's Island and Salah El Din Citadel

A rocky island crowned by the ruins of a 12th-century crusaders' fort, built to protect pilgrims on their journey from Jerusalem to the Monastery of St Catherine, and to levy taxes on Arab merchants. There are also some diving opportunities around the island in a maze of reefs.

Nabq National Park

A nature reserve on the Aqaba coast, extending over 600 square kilometres. This park boasts an exceptional wealth of animal life, such as herons (grey and white), ospreys, storks, foxes and gazelles.

Ras Abu Galum National Park

Complementing Nabq, further north lies the Abu Galum natural reserve, encompassing a stretch of craggy, granitic coastal mountains. Several sinuous wadis run down from the mountains of Abu Galum to the Red Sea, sheltering an abundance of both plant and animal life, including Nubian ibexes, hyraxes and red foxes.

Over 20 Renowned Dive Sites Around Sinai

Including the world-famous Ras Mohammed, a marine nature reserve and one of the most spectacular diving sites on the Red Sea.