Baron Palms Sharm El Sheikh Hotel
Ras Nusrani Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
Most recent booking for this hotel was 11/04/2014 at 17:49
“ Garden view is a bit bleak, as small strip of greenery and then scrub land and unfinished buildings. Egyptian Restaurant, book in the morning for evening meal, included with AI, lovely. Excellent staff, Excellent food and spotlessly clean. Highly recommend.8.9 Excellent
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“ Fabulous hotel immaculately clean. Good choice of food. Very welcoming9.3 Magnificent
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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
- Room Service
- Room Service
Our customer reviews
Chritine from Cardiff
Garden view is a bit bleak, as small strip of greenery and then scrub land and unfinished buildings.
Egyptian Restaurant, book in the morning for evening meal, included with AI, lovely.
Excellent staff, Excellent food and spotlessly clean.
“ Top Tip: Ask towel boy on the beach for a do not disturb red tag, to hang from your sun shader. If you don't ask they will not offer one to you. Makes all the difference for a quiet day, without hassle
Vivienne from London
“ An elegant, well managed hotel with a very personal feel to it. Brilliant staff, beautiful pool, buffet food uninspiring, it's better to eat in the two a la carte restaurants. The Verandah bar in the evening has excellent live music
Christopher from Leicester
“ Fantastic food, fantastic staff, fantastic heated pool, fantastic beech. If I had any small criticism....maybe the rooms could do with a slight update, but all in all, a wonderful week....we will seriously consider re-booking.
Lorraine from Erith
“ Fabulous hotel immaculately clean. Good choice of food. Very welcoming
“ Top Tip: If you want to ensure a front row spot on the beach it pays to tip the towel man on the first day of your holiday !
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.