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The Egypt single-handedly fills a desperate need for decent midrange digs. A noticeable step up from the budget choices, it’s set in a renovated 100-year-old Italian building right on the Corniche...
Red Sea Relax
With rooms wrapped around a glistening pool, Red Sea Relax dishes up a winning formula of resort-like facilities for bargain prices. Large rooms come with nice added extras such as tea- and coffee-making facilities and TV...
Windsor Palace Hotel
This bejewelled Edwardian gem is an institution unto itself, towering over the Corniche and keeping a watchful eye on the Med since 1907...
Hotel Novotel Cairo El Borg
Convenient location, sparkling new facilities and a pool are the selling points here, and more than make up for the somewhat generic chain feel...
The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh
Peaceful, exclusive and opulent beyond your imagination, the Oberoi features palatial suites decorated in minimalist Moorish style...
Formerly the Novotel (and still called that locally), this squat high-rise at the southern tip of the Corniche has an indoor atrium, great Nile views and a floating swimming pool...
Sheraton Luxor Resort
This secluded three-storey building is set amid lush gardens at the far southern end of Sharia Khaled ibn al-Walid – close enough to walk to some restaurants but far enough away to avoid any street noise...
Blue Beach Club
Blue Beach’s recently renovated annex rooms (across the road from the main resort) are bright, comfortably outfitted and boast the snazziest modern bathrooms in Dahab.
A lovely compromise if you want resort living without being isolated from town. Set amid a mature garden of blooming bougainvillea, Nesima’s cosy cottages have pleasing stone and wood overtones, domed ceilings and dinky terraces.
Sea Garden Hotel
This high-rise block is tucked down a quiet side street and is a discernible step up in quality from budget options. You can expect well-cared-for rooms and a reasonably professional level of service.
Judging by the lobby, this is a thoroughly modern three-star place with glittering mirrors and plush carpeting. But rooms don’t live up to the promise – the newish bathrooms make the rest look a little shabby...
Amar Sina Hotel
Sharm El Sheikh
Decked out like an Egyptian village, this midranger offers brick-domed rooms complete with plenty of kitsch styling, furniture sourced from the 1970s and dinky balconies.
Le Pacha Resort
If you’re looking for a comparatively cheap all-inclusive, this long-standing relic offers a wide range of amenities including private beach and is right in the heart of the Sigala hustle.
Dana Beach Resort
This megaresort serves up masses of amenities at cheap prices making it a winner for families on a budget. If you’re just here for the beach, and don’t mind business-style bland rooms, this is a decent choice.
Helnan Auberge Fayoum
Built in 1937 as King Farouk’s private hunting lodge, this hotel was where world leaders met after WWII to decide the borders of the Middle East...
New Pola Hotel
Great views and a small rooftop pool make the New Pola an excellent bargain. The decor is kitsch but the 81 air-con rooms are spotless and come with minibars, satellite TV and private bathrooms; half also have Nile views...
Hilton Nuweiba Coral Resort
Nuweiba’s most sophisticated hotel is this immaculate resort, which boasts lush gardens, a free-form infinity pool, posh restaurants and bars, a private stretch of soft sand, and all the usual five-star amenities...
New Regent Hotel
The New Regent is not very likely to leave a positive first impression. However, this three-star hotel has a surprisingly smart interior, and while rooms are a bit on the smallish side, they’re kept in spotless shape...
Marhaba Palace Hotel
The Marhaba has small but cosy, tastefully decorated rooms, with comfortable beds, sumptuous bathrooms (for this price range) and satellite TV...
Desert Paradise Lodge
Far away from the crowds, off the road going to the Valley of the Kings and on the edge of the desert, this is a place for those who want to do the west bank slowly and calmly...
The 25 rooms at the Venus are quite noisy and shabby, but there is a fun atmosphere in the hotel, which is still popular with budget tours. All rooms have clean private bathrooms, and most have air-con...
The Royal’s owner lived in Norway for years and brought back a minimalist all-white Scandinavian sensibility that’s brightened with just a touch of Egyptian glitzy gold trim...