AddressEl Mashraba DahabSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
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 cute terraces.
Our independent authors have visited Nesima Resort and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Dahab.
Description provided by property
Nesima Resort features an outdoor swimming pool with sun terrace and pool bar. The diving centre offers scuba diving lessons at the beach, located just 2 minutes’ walk away.
Jeep safaris and camel rides can be arranged by the staff. Hiking tours to St Katherine’s Monastery are also available.
The dome-shaped rooms are air-conditioned and come with free Wi-Fi. Some have a private patio with pool and Gulf of Aqaba views. Others have views of the garden or Dahab city.
The 4-star restaurant serves breakfast buffets and international cuisine. Drinks can be served at either the bar or the rooftop lounge.
The resort has many shops, including souvenirs, snacks, and an ATM machine. Sharm el Sheikh Airport is within a 1-hour drive from Nesima. An airport shuttle is available upon request.
Please check your visa requirements before you travel.
Please note there must be a minimum of 4 people for desert trips. A passport and a visa are required. Please contact the hotel for more information.
Please note that the rate for the ‘Special Offer - Egyptian and Residents Only’ room is exclusive for Egyptians and residents only. Additional charges are applicable if a valid Egyptian ID, Egyptian passport or Egyptian residency is not presented upon check-in.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Tour desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Snack bar
- Restaurant (buffet)
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
Bureau de Change/ATM
- ATM/cash machine on site
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
Nesima Dive Centre
A reputable club owned by local environmental activist and veteran diver Sherif Ebeid.
This fenced-off area contains the sparse ruins of an ancient Nabataean trading post.
A popular rooftop bar with great views over the sea, which attracts a sophisticated crowd with its daily happy-hour specials.
Always crowded with locals, this cheap and cheerful little place hits the spot for budget chicken-dinner heaven.