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Sharm el Sheikh hotels are of a good standard, with many luxury properties to be found along the stunning stretch of coastline. Some of the best-known names in the hotel industry have properties on the Sharm coast such as Hilton, Rotana, Sol, Iberotel, Radisson Blu, Maritim, Renaissance, Park Inn, Novotel, Moevenpick, Melia, Ritz-Carlton and Jaz.
Many of the hotels in Sharm el Sheikh offer accommodation on an all-inclusive basis, so some holidaymakers rarely leave the grounds of their hotel as there is a such as huge choice of food, drink and entertainment available - and it's all paid for in advance.
Hotels, from mid-range accommodation to four- and five-star hotels, often have very good standards of food and drink available, though you shouldn't miss the chance to tuck into local cuisine in Sharm's cafés, especially those in the old town, Sharm el Maya. Family restaurants and attractions populate SOHO Square, which is Sharm's downtown area.
There are a number of resorts that are considered to be a part of Sharm. You can book hotels in Nabq Bay, Naama Bay, Sharks Bay and Om el Seid Hill, among others. While Sharm el Sheikh is lively and busy, Nabq Bay is developing rapidly but still offers a quieter place to rest your head. Naama Bay is the heart of Sharm el Sheikh and is where to head for fun-filled evenings and easy access to bars and eateries. Sharks Bay is laidback and full of old-world charm, while Om el Seid Hill is also a quiet part of the wider resort.