Baron Palms Sharm El Sheikh Hotel
Ras Nusrani Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
Most recent booking for this hotel was 03/12/2013 at 23:00
“ Due to a fire at Baron Palms we stayed at Baron Resort ( upgrade to sister hotel ). IT was a wonderful holiday ,the hotel couldn't do enough for us, your every need was catered for. Good restaurants,very attentive staff, beds changed daily,top marks for cleanliness.9.1 Magnificent
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“ Staff were excellent , very helpfull and happy .8.8 Excellent
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9 restaurants and bars serving international cuisine, including world class cuisine ‘Tiran’ offering a variety of international buffets with live cooking stations and daily dinner changing themes; an exciting array of restaurants including ‘Egyptian’ a la carte restaurant; ‘Paradise’ pool restaurant & bar (serving also candle-light dinners) and conference facilities. The nursery, playground and children's club provide lots of activities and entertainment for kids range (4 – 12 yrs). This hotel is situated on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula and affords majestic views over the Straits of Tiran. It is some 600 m to the hotel's private beach, and 30 exclusive boutiques are to be found on Baron Boulevard. Guests can step into a world of the richest coral reefs, aquamarine water, crimson mountains and desert landscapes of inspiring beauty, in what is considered one of the best water sports and diving locations worldwide. The rooms come with an en suite bathroom and a TV
Guests can step into a world of the richest coral reefs, aquamarine water, crimson mountains and desert landscapes of inspiring beauty, in what is considered one of the best water sports and diving locations worldwide. The rooms come with an en suite bathroom with bathrub/shower and a TV
Most rooms have sea views. A full program of sports and leisure activities are guaranteed to keep the whole family entertained. Outdoors there are three different swimming pools: a partially-covered sea water whirlpool with a hot tub for adults only, a fresh water Olympic-size pool (heated in winter), and a children's pool. The 140-m-long jetty leading to the colorful coral reefs provides guests with a once in a life time snorkeling or diving experience, and there is a diving center. Gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers for evening meals.
- Children's facilities
- Meeting Room
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Our customer reviews
Carole from Witney
Due to a fire at Baron Palms we stayed at Baron Resort ( upgrade to sister hotel ). IT was a wonderful holiday ,the hotel couldn't do enough for us, your every need was catered for. Good restaurants,very attentive staff, beds changed daily,top marks for cleanliness. We couldn't fault the hotel.
It would have been nice to have been informed in advance about the change of hotel ( we had read on Trip advisor this was happening ).
“ Top Tip: Snorkeling is a must.
T from Leatherhead
“ Staff were excellent , very helpfull and happy .
“ Top Tip: Diving from Red Sea college in namah bay was fabulous .
Sandra from Liverpool
Our holiday was fantastic the manager & all the staff are really friendly ,the bedrooms are great & we have been to many places abroad and have never found anywhere so clean as this hotel food fantastic such an exellent choice,
pool and entertaiment great.we enjoyed it all as my husband was not sure about
going to Egypt but we will go back again.very highly recommended.
Snorkling on the boat trip is good .Do not recommend Narma Bay unless you like
Blackpool and people wanting you to buy off them.
Shane from Langport
We had a very enjoyable holiday in the baronplams.
We would revisit again, great food and drinks.
Bruce from Caterham
To be honest we were disappointed for 3 main reasons: Firstly the hotel was not on the beach but 200 yards away down a row of shops; We booked a garden room - but that just menat looking at the road (we paid to switch to a pool view - of course sea view did not exist!); The main restaurant was fine but the other places to eat were poor.
Having said that the staf were great, the food at the restaurant was fine and the room was ok (bathroom a bit old).
The spa was pretty good. we did a deal and had 3 joint massages over the week and a joint makeover - we enjoyed that part.
The are of Sharm was also disappointing as there were so many building sites - a bit like Spain 25 years ago.
If you stayed in the hotel, used the pools and spa and just lazed about it was fine - we expected a bit more.
“ Top Tip: Don't go to Soho Square - waste of time and money