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Posted 20 March 2023

14 Night All Inclusive Holiday for 2 People Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea from Luton 8th May £1089.42 (544.71pp) @ Love Holidays

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Coral Hill Resort, All Inclusive
4/5 TripAdvisor
Hold Luggage and transfers extra

Can you handle the heat though! 🔥 See screenshot below for average May figures..will be toasty!

For me, the pool (and sea) temperature of 25c is ideal. Air con definately needed at night!

Transfer price is cheap (see below)... Hold luggage is not.... 10KG pp cabin luggage allowed. I'd try and make do with that personally... You won't need jumpers and coats will you.

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  1. DreadPirateRoberts2013's avatar
    I've been to Sharm a few times up until 2015, my suggestion: tip the waiter at the start of the day and they will always ensure you're never without a drink, will bring you skewers of watermelon etc.

    We used to tip GBP - £2-£3, they got tipped a lot of pound coins and would love it if you could swap their coins for £10 notes so they can exchange into currency of their choice.

    Don't be surprised if you go for a walk at night through the town/bazaars and the shop owners lock you in until you buy something though! It's a trick. And they'll probably offer you a dozen camels for your wife/daughter
    PaulandPam's avatar
    Been quite a few times and always tip in US $ notes (the locals love $) it works out cheaper than pound coins and the locals don't have the hassle of bugging the Brits to exchange into pound notes, nevertheless we always end up taking home a pile of pound coins which we've swapped with the staff.
    As you've mentioned tip the staff at the start of the day for better service.
  2. thezafiraman's avatar
    Went in 2019 I think 7 days is enough 14 might drag on a bit. Old Sharm is worth visit and there is a waterpark as well We also managed to go to Cairo for a day trip which was enjoyable
    As mentioned don’t get trapped into going into a shop Politely say no and be prepared for offers for the girls The most i was offered was 50 camels for the wife but seriously its just banter
    We used to travel around in mini buses and it was very safe
    GeordieRob's avatar
    A bargain sunshine holiday and I can trade the wife in for 50 camels?

    I'd best check my passport hasn't expired, and her's I guess. At least for the outbound flight. (edited)
  3. Cameron92's avatar
    Went to Hurghada twice, after Sharm was shut, never been to Sharm personally, but would agree that paying a bit more for a better hotel would be advisable - private beach is nice to have and I would get sick of the samey buffet food for 14 nights. Both hotels I stayed at in Hurghada had multiple themed a la carte restaurants (Mexican, Italian, Greek, Asian etc) that you could book as often as you wanted using a touch screen system in the lobby so that mixed things up a bit. Can't imagine it will cost much more to get a step up in hotel with a similar offering.
  4. teddyedward1's avatar
    Heat. Great deal but having just come back from Sharm, I would definitely pay more and be on the sea with a jetty over the reef but that comes at a much higher cost, but hey ho not everyone wants that, so this will suit some who are maybe on a budget, but not others. I would check where the beach shuttle goes as most hotels have private beaches with guards on.
  5. Set-Phasers-To-Stun's avatar
    Came back from Sharm yesterday, the weather was generally really nice, our hotel was brilliant (Tui sensatori coral sea) but the highlight was the snorkelling off the beach - so many brightly coloured fish, even saw a ray. Took a private speedboat out for 2 hours reef snorkelling and were joined by a couple of dolphins swimming along with our boat. Took a bunch of US dollars for tips as others have suggested here. Definitely don’t take coins.
    x80ssm's avatar
    Hi can i ask how much the private boat cost, and how many of you were on it
  6. oliver_staunton's avatar
    Had a great time in Sharm last month for a week, IMHO doesn't deserve the bad reviews that some people tend to give, just make sure you read up first on what to expect, for example we never visited the market because we didn't want that experience.

    The bulk of the price here will be for the flights. With that said I would prefer to spend a little bit more to get a better hotel - as mentioned in other comments, get a hotel with private beach if you'd like to enjoy the sand or the snorkelling (which is fantastic, great wildlife and reef there).
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  8. Bubba_Smith's avatar
    Shark airport is terrible on departure, they check your hand luggage about 4x before you even get to the gate.

    We went to an old town, can't remember the name and got ripped off in a bar, you have to make sure you see the menu before ordering anything.

    Charged us £20 for 3 non alcoholic drinks ( we didn't realise straight away they were bringing non alcoholic haha ) and a coke I think it was. (edited)
    Set-Phasers-To-Stun's avatar
    I’d rather have over the top security knowing that the flight was secure considering what happened to the Russian flight a few years ago. The old market is full of tat and a bit of a tourist trap as you discovered but the mosque is really worth a visit. Same goes for Soho square, loads of fake goods and overpriced trinkets. I’d go for the sun, snorkelling and maybe a trip to the pyramids. Get a decent hotel too.
  9. Pakistańskie_Disco's avatar
    After a few years ban Sharam hotels under one start it's a waste of money Hurghada better option is Hurghada especially sahl hasheesh and makadi bay area
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