North of Sharm's historic heart, Naama Bay has everything you'd expect from a seaside resort – sparkling, sun-dappled waters, great sands, and plenty of places to kick back and enjoy the atmosphere. You'll also have your haggling skills tested, as the stall holders and restaurant staff will be pretty forward when it comes to selling their wares. Keep your wits about you and it's all part of the Sharm experience!
Why just gaze at the Red Sea when you can see its hidden wonders close up? That's what awaits you at Ras Nasrani – a location north of Sharm renowned for its outstanding diving. Swimming into the crystal-clear waters, you can explore ornate coral heads and catch glimpses of the residents – from moray eels to reef fish to turtles. Experts and novices alike will be entranced by the underwater beauty.
Divers flock to Ras Umm Sid for its abundance of spectacular coral formations – through these intricate living treasures dart all kinds of colorful fish, making any underwater experience here one to remember. Prefer to simply lie back on powdery-white sands? You'll find Ras Umm Sid beach offers a more chilled out alternative to the hurly burly of Naama Bay – ideal if you just want to bask and soak up rays.
Whether you want to go snorkeling, diving, or just want to walk the beach, take in the views of Tiran Island, and work on that sun tan, Shark's Bay is an ideal resort to spend time at in Sharm. Hotels line the coast, making it easy to explore the abundant corals. For added convenience, Sharm El Sheikh International Airport is also located just a quick drive away.
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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 22, 2014
I enjoyed having the option of pools or beach. The car service at the hotel was very responsive and helpful. Food was OK - not a 5-star restaurant but enjoyed the food at the Shis Bish restaurant and the shisha after. Spa was OK too - very enthusiastic staff. Had a great facial. Wish I had longer to stay and explore the shopping and local restaurants more.
"Good food and beach"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 25, 2013
The food here is better than other all inclusive hotels where I have stayed at this price level. The beach at the Belvedere was very good as well. The shuttle to the Belvedere was reliable. Property is isolated. Need to take a taxi or local van everywhere.
"Not bad for a family getaway - no internet though"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 7, 2013
This is an all-inclusive resort which means there are 3 meals available and several pools and water activities available. It's not a 5-star resort by any stretch of the imagination but if you're budget-conscious you won't be paying for meals at this resort and there are a lot of activities to do. They are technically not Radisson but are affiliated w/ the Radisson across the street which means you have access to their private beach. While the Radisson was a nicer hotel, I don't know if their meals were extra. There's no internet so I would suggest you get a data package through Vodafone or some other carrier and tether your smartphone to your laptop for personal hotspot. The internet that was supposed to be in the lobby wasn't working or EXTREMELY slow so that it was effectively unusable.