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Three beaches including the private Regency Club beach are ideal for longing for some well-earned relaxation in the golden sunshine on a private beach or gaze at the stunning sea views.
Glide, Slide and Ride For those who prefer fresh water pursuits and refreshing fun, the 82-metre long, cork-screw waterslide, integrated in the landscaping, is part of the resort’s 2,500 square metre water complex, that is linked by bridges, staircases, ramps, gardens and rock formations.
Whether you play every chance you can or prefer a carefree game just for fun, you’ll enjoy our professional tennis facilities. Daily from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The tennis courts are conveniently located directly in the resort. For reservations, please contact the spa at extension 70141
Oasis Kids' Club
Our Oasis Kids' Club will amuse and delight young guests with fun and educational activities while parents enjoy the freedom to explore the myriad of activities elsewhere in the resort.
Souk at the Hyatt is a gallery where all the senses are indulged. It offers a variety of Bedouin music and rhythmical drum beats, lively scents of Middle Eastern cooking and boutiques displaying local artifacts, fashion and jewelry. The Stars Music Bar will shake your soul and provide you with an evening to remember.
Escape from the bustling city to the serenity of the Sinai desert. Your tour starts with a two hour camel ride through the Desert, where you can experience the real Bedouin life and watch the sunset.
This 2 hour quad-biking excursion takes you riding across the sands at sunrise or sunset, when the amazing colors of the desert are revealed in all their glory. You'll explore crags and dunes as you ride along the sands on a desert escape from Egypt's bustling cities.
To explore the most secret places of the sacred South Sinai, there is no better way than a Grand Safari desert trip, all the way to Saint Catherine to the pristine sandy beaches of Dahab to the Coloured Canyon. The adventure starts even before you have climbed onboard of this serious 4x4 ride.
Saint Catherine Monastery
The complex houses irreplaceable works of art: mosaics, the best collection of early icons in the world, many in encaustic, as well as liturgical objects, chalices and reliquaries, and church buildings.
The Par 72 PGA Championship Golf Course
The Par 72 PGA Championship golf course (6021m) has matured to be one of the best in the world. Opened in 1997 and designed by American architect Sanford & Associates, the course features Bermuda grass and 18 man-made lakes, which attract a variety of exotic birds, of which 9 kinds belong to the endangered species list.
Mount Sinai, also called Moses Mountain, Mountain of God or Gebel Musa, is one of the most dramatic places of history in the Sinai Peninsula. Visitors have a few options of when to climb the mountain, depending on what they would like to see.
Ras Mohammed National Park
Nestled in the Sinai Peninsula, 12 km from the city of Sharm-el-Sheikh. Ras Mohammed National park spans an area of 480 km², encompassing two islands, Tiran and Sanafir, and underwater caves formed as the result of earthquakes.
The Nabq Protected Area, extends along 600 kms, located 35km north of Sharm el-Sheikh, is an outstanding natural area containing varied ecosystems and habitat types. it contains a variety of ecosystems in the Sinai Peninsula.
Sinai Grand Casino
Sinai Grand Casino is the best casino in Sharm El Sheikh. It has a huge variety of games where you can try your luck, including all the classics like blackjack, poker, roulette, electronic roulette, stud poker and hundreds of slots.
Little Buddha Bar & Lounge
Little Buddha in Sharm el Sheikh is another offshoot of the famous Buddha Bar in Paris and the successful French inspired Asian drinking and dining venue is just as elaborate here as it is in the original. Your taste buds will travel to distant lands as the chef calls upon his charms to create a culinary art score that skillfully combines exotic delicacies with high-class cuisine.