Must see hotels in Sinai

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    Bedawi Camping

    Early-morning snorkelling in crystal-clear waters, spotting desert foxes loitering around camp under star-strewn night skies: camping in Ras Mohammed is a…

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    Al Karm Ecolodge

    In a remote wadi, this Bedouin-owned ecolodge is the perfect spot to sample the tranquillity and rugged beauty of southern Sinai. It deserves kudos for…

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    Camel Hotel

    Attached to the highly reputable dive centre of the same name, Camel Hotel is the smart choice to stay at if diving is your main agenda. Despite being in…

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    Sawa Camp

    A strip of perfect white beach, hammocks on every hut porch, solar-powered showers and a restaurant dishing up delicious meals: Sawa ticks all the boxes…

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    Eldorado

    This intimate, Italian-owned hotel oozes chic, easygoing beach style. The colourful cabana-type rooms host big beds, painted wood panels and cheerful…

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    Nakhil Inn

    The Nakhil is a cosy compromise for those who want hotel comforts without the crowds. The studio-style wooden cabins exude simple beach chic, while guests…

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    El Salam Hotel

    This friendly hotel is centred on a garden with traditional-style Bedouin tent chill-out area. It offers bright, spacious rooms kitted out with lashings…

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    Hilton Sharm El Sheikh Fayrouz Resort

    It may pale in comparison to the flash-the-cash ostentation of Sharm's newer megahotels, but this family-friendly resort is a low-key, relaxing place in…

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    Mövenpick Sharm El Sheikh

    Dominating Na'ama Bay's northern cliff, this whitewashed hotel terraces majestically down towards the sea like a sultan's palace. Standard rooms are…

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    El Malga Bedouin Camp

    Owned by the affable Sheikh Mousa and run by on-the-ball Salah, this is by far the best-run camp in town. The en-suite rooms are large and comfortable,…

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    Oonas Hotel

    The good-size rooms at this friendly combo dive centre and hotel may be a tad plain, but they come with excellent facilities (kettle, fridge and satellite…

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    Basata

    Basata (meaning ‘simplicity’ in Arabic) is an ecologically minded settlement that uses organically grown produce and recycles its rubbish. Self-catering…

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    Ghazala Hotel

    Ghazala’s white-domed rooms rim a narrow courtyard set with colourful mosaic tiles. There's a level of spic-and-span cleanliness here that punches well…

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    Sofitel Taba Heights

    With its dramatic foyer replete with Pharaonic-style columns and domed star constellation ceiling, this mega-resort rises out of the desert like a powder…

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    Sinai Old Spices

    Behind the terracotta walls, this charming guesthouse serves up quirky style with locally inspired architecture. The five colourful rooms come with…

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    Shark's Bay Umbi Diving Village

    This long-standing Bedouin-owned place is a tumble of chalets flowing down to the beach. Pine beach cabins are spick and span, if a bit of a squeeze, and…

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    Steigenberger Taba Hotel

    You can't miss this mammoth resort complex. It towers over Taba's low-rise town. If you've just wandered across the dusty border and want to rest up…

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    Four Seasons Sharm El Sheikh

    This palatial resort is the height of secluded luxury built around palm-fringed courtyards and manicured gardens overlooking the Straits of Tiran. Huge…

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    Monastery Guesthouse

    This guesthouse right next to St Catherine’s Monastery offers well-kept rooms surrounding a pleasant courtyard where a cafe offers filling and tasty meals…

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    Red Sea Relax

    A small resort tailor-made for divers. Spacious rooms are wrapped around a glistening pool, and are kitted-out with kettles and TVs. Plus there are free…