Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
At a Glance
The Four Seasons Sharm El Sheikh has it all - each day here you could try something new as there are so many activities on offer
The two-bedroom Residential Suites (formally Gezira Suites) are such good value and perfect for families
The tennis center has three floodlit hard courts and offers tournaments, lessons and group clinics
Kids For All Seasons in the onsite kids club that is complimentary for children aged between 4 and 12 years - there is a comprehensive activity program which changes daily
Four pools onsite ensure that whether you want to play with your children or swim lengths you will have a good choice
Best time to Visit
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The hotel is open all year, but summer (June to August) can get very hot, with temperatures soaring into the 40s. However, this is also low season, when prices drop. Best to avoid Ramadan, when some businesses will close for the whole month. Islamic festivals Eid al-Adha and Ras as-Sana are extremely busy as Egyptians are all on vacation. The dates for these vacations change every year, so check before planning your trip. March to April and October to November are great times to visit.
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The Four Seasons Resort, Sharm El Sheikh is a luxury hotel situated on Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. With a huge range of facilities including a dive center and superb spa, The Four Seasons is perfect for both a romantic getaway or a luxury family vacation.
Designed in the style of a Moroccan kasbah, the Four Seasons Resort’s architecture and style is in keeping with the surrounding desertscape. The Sinai Peninsula's rugged and dramatic terrain, along with miles of gorgeous beaches and coral reefs give this area enormous diversity. The Four Seasons is located at the tip of the peninsula and from here guests can explore the teeming marine life and abundant birdlife of the Ras Mohammed National Park which covers both land and water.
The hotel's luxurious Rooms and Suites are clustered like a hillside village perched above the Red Sea and are impeccably decorated, using rich fabrics and opulent colors. All rooms have comfy open plan seating areas and private terraces or balconies, many with views out over the magical Red Sea. Suites have the addition of a separate sitting room and can have up to three bedrooms for larger parties, some even have private swimming pools.
The service at Four Seasons Sharm El Sheikh is warm and efficient and the numerous restaurants and bars offer a wide choice of venues, atmospheres and cuisines with everything from Lebanese specialties in a palatial Arabic restaurant to fresh seafood at the beach and poolside snacks. The in-room dining is also excellent for lazy suppers on your private terrace.
Families are extremely well catered for and children can enjoy the numerous activities available at the kids club and in the teen center. There is a dedicated pool and playground, children's menus and even mini bathrobes are supplied for the hotel's younger generation. Activities that families can enjoy together are also numerous and a dedicated concierge is on hand to make restaurant and activity suggestions or book babysitting should you need it.
While children are busily making new friends and learning the art of kite making or beach games, parents can enjoy the hotel's renowned Spa and Wellness Center which offers many holistic treatments designed to pamper, relax and rejuvenate as well as meditation and yoga. Try the 'Pharaonic massage' once reserved for Egyptian royalty or the 'Arabian Coffee Ritual' where the body is scrubbed with freshly ground coffee.
The diving and snorkeling here is some of the best known anywhere in the world. Both adults and children can have the opportunity to explore the breathtaking beauty of the underwater world of the Red Sea and numerous dive sites of varying difficulties are available to guests depending on their experience. PADI dive courses are available to all, and children over 8 years can enjoy a PADI bubblemakers program.
Four Seasons Sharm El Sheikh offers 136 Guest Rooms including 27 Suites. Guest Rooms range from Superior and Deluxe to Premier and Panorama Rooms, all of which are the same size with comfy seating areas, spacious marble bathrooms and private terrace with comfy seating. From this terrace the Superior room has garden views, the Deluxe and Premier Rooms have partial views of the Red Sea and the Panorama Rooms have elevated views of the Red Sea. There are several categories of 1 and 2 bedroom Suites - these tend to be double the size of the hotel's guestrooms due to the addition of a separate living room and have varying views according to their position and elevation. They all feature private balconies or terraces and some have two bedrooms and are ideal for families. For the ultimate indulgence, the vast Presidential and Royal Suites have kitchens, dining rooms, private pools and abundant space inside and out.
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Two-Bedroom Residential Suites offer spacious accommodations ideal for travel companions, friends and families. These suites feature two spacious bedrooms, as well as a full kitchenette and a living and dining area. The Garden location lets in sunlight and fresh breezes, creating an open, airy feel.
As with all Four Seasons properties, The Four Seasons Sharm El Sheikh has fantastic facilities for children and welcomes families. The complimentary Kids For All Seasons program is designed for children aged 4 to 12 years, though children under 4 years are welcome to join if accompanied by an adult. This incorporates fun and educational activities such as puppet shows, kite flying, tennis, face paining, arts and crafts, cooking and model making. For older children there is a teen center offering billiards, ping pong, air hockey, internet access and movies. Children are welcomed on arrival with age appropriate gifts, equipment for babies such as cots, highchairs, prams, bottle warmers and nappies can be requested and there is a dedicated kids swimming pool. Children under 6 years eat for free from the children's menu at Il Frantoio and families can be accommodated in suites and in some cases in interconnecting rooms. Babysitting is also available on request.
There is a choice of five restaurants and three lounges within the hotel - enjoy fresh seafood at the relaxed beachside grill, a salad by the pool, delicious fresh Italian fare or Lebanese and Moroccan specialties at the exotic Arabesque. The lounges offer a huge range of drinks and everything from fondue to sushi to mezze in beautiful environments. The hotel also has a fabulous holistic spa with 13 serene treatment rooms, a sauna, lap pool, fitness area and relaxation area. The range of treatments is vast and includes body and facial treatments as well as massage, yoga and meditation. There are four pools (including a lap pool and a children's pool with playground), kids club, teen room, gym, three floodlit tennis courts, PADI dive center and snorkeling equipment.
There are so many complimentary activities on site including swimming, gym, basketball, boules, kite flying, mini croquet, racquetball, football, speedball and volleyball. Cooking classes, tennis, spa treatments, watersports, yacht charters and diving are also available at an additional cost and both golf and horse riding are available nearby. The hotel can organize many short excursions and full day trips to surrounding areas of interest.
Clare Monro (Staff)
The Four Seasons Sharm doesn't feel too large as it is spread out over a wide area and doesn't have one main block in the hotel. All of the rooms and suites are on different levels so it feels a little more like a village. The funicular is great for those who don't want to walk up the hill. The beach isn't huge but there are two lovely swimming pools to sit around and the house reef is amazing. It is particularly amazing for families if you go for the 2-bedroom Residential Suites.
Kerry Willmer (Staff)
The staff are really attentive and are always on hand to help with any of your requests. The rooms are scattered amongst the beautifully landscaped gardens, which gives you a feeling of space. There are plenty of activities for younger guests and any one who loves sport and snorkeling along the house reef is definitely worthwhile
Enjoy a 4WD ride into the South Sinai desert with its masterpiece of colors with rugged sandstones juxtaposed into the sands of times.
Abu Simbel's Colossal Temple
Often considered the most impressive monument in Egypt after the Great Pyramids, visit the colossus temple of Ramses II, set by Lake Nasser. The four breathtaking statues in front of the temple are spectacular examples of ancient Egyptian art.
Alexandria City Tour
One of the most significant cities of the ancient world, Alexandria is known as 'The Pearl of Mediterranean' with charming sights including Catacombs, Royal Jewelry Museum, Citadel of Qaitbay, Pompey's Pillar and Kom El Dekka.
Bedouin Dinner in Wadi Al Khoroum
Enjoy a Bedouin dinner of grilled meat and soft drinks accompanied by performances of belly dance show, tanoura show and fire show.
Immerse in the beauty of the Sinai Desert as we take you on a one-hour camel ride into the sunrise or sunset.
Desert Safari by Quad Biking or Buggy Ride
Explore the crags and dunes into the Sinai Desert, either during the sunrise or the sunset to witness the surreal desert colors unravelling before your eyes.
Evening City Tour
Today, you will visit the highlights of Sharm El Sheikh including the palm tree-fringed Naama Bay, an evening visit to the Old Market of Sharm, as well as some free time in the SOHO Square.
Hike Wadi Gnai El Rayan
If you are looking for an active pursuit, a one-hour hike through the valley of Wadi Gnai El Rayan will unravel spectacular landscapes away from the tourist crowd.
Library of Alexandria
Designed by a Norwegian architecture, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina is a feat of modern engineering in attempt to revive the Great Library of Alexandria which was lost in antiquity.
Mount Sinai & St. Catherine
A popular pilgrimage site, the scenic Mount Sinai and the UNESCO-listed St. Catherine Monastery are must-sees while you are in the Sinai peninsula. In St. Catherine you will visit Moses' Well, the basilica, the Chapel of the Burning Bush and the museum.
Sail Aswan by Felucca
Sail the Nile by felucca passing through sights such as Agha Khan Mausoleum, Kitchener's Island and ending at Elephantine Island, where you will enjoy afternoon tea with a view.
Snorkelling in Dahab's Abu Galum & Blue Hole
Today, you will wander through the promenade of Dahab's quaint town and also enjoy a chance to snorkel in the famed Blue Hole and the beautiful Abu Galum.
Snorkelling in Ras Mohamed National Park
Enjoy a snorkeling excursion to Ras Mohamed National Park, a protected underwater area with startlingly beautiful corals and fishes.
Snorkelling in Tiran Island
This full day tour to Tiran Island includes three snorkeling stops.
Temple of Philae
The Temple of Philae is a superb temple complex dedicated to the goddess Isis.
Take in the impressively gigantic Unfinished Obelisk.
White Canyon & Ein Khudra Oasis
Today, you will get acquainted with the lives of the Bedouins on a visit to their encampments at the Ein Khudra Oasis, followed by a visit to the White Canyon of South Sinai.
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Location & directions
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
The Four Seasons Resort, Sharm El Sheikh is situated on Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, overlooking the inviting waters of the Red Sea and Tiran island, 15 minutes drive from Naama Bay.
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