Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great Beach for Red SeaPosted Aug 26, 2013
Pros: Clear Water
Clear Water, staff not that good. food extremely expensive must book half board not bed and breakfast
for Familiesby Marina
Nice hotel close to the beach and thalasso center.Posted Aug 11, 2013
Cons: Conditioning- I like more cold.
Location: Very nice location.
I stay with this hotel every year. I like it. Very experienced staff.
for Everyoneby Moe
Nice escape on the Red SeaPosted May 6, 2013
Pros: The hotel's beach is great...a sunset walk on the bay is a must!!
Location: The hotel is around 50km off Hurghada in Soma bay.
Spent a great 5 days in this great hotel with my 9 years daughter. The hotel facilities are great: the pool, the spa, the beach, the room... You name it :) Food was excellent very delicious breakfast and diner buffets. Highly recommended place for a memorable stay.
for Couplesby M&C from London
RelaxPosted Apr 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
Wonderful 4-day break. Didn't leave the area so no cultural ambitions this time - only relaxation and summer kick-off,
for Everyoneby David from London, UK
Soma Bay fabtastic experience!Posted Jun 17, 2012
Pros: Beach , swimming pool area, restaurants!
Excellent hotel, staff, value for money! My family and I had a very relaxing time!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Cairo, EG
Good HotelPosted Dec 31, 2011 on Hotels.com
All in all this Hotel is very good, has good staff and is in a great loaction. However, as we ordered a room for 3 adults I would have expected 1 king size and one normal size bed. We got a king size bed and a emergency bed beside the standard bed. That was not Kempinski like
by A verified traveler from Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Nice hotel, shame about the low occupancy and prices!Posted May 18, 2010
The hotel is fairly new and is understandably still trying to find it's character. We experienced a week with 13% occupancy which meant we felt quite lonely and very isolated. The cost of food and drinks in all bars and restaurants on the complex was exhorbitant - £10 for a sandwich at lunchtime and £8 for a 3/4 ltr of sparkling water! Good quality food but blimey! The Spa was completely empty for the whole week and was devoid of any atmosphere. The other spa was a taxi ride away at another hotel. We raised the question of prices and low occupancy with management but they completely failed to acknowledge any link. We would not go back due to the very high price - it does not represent good value for money.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sittingbourne, UK
Would happily returnPosted Nov 30, 2009
Its largely a positive experience and I would happily return. I list a few negatives for the purpose of balance. 1. Very expensive food and drinks. Our average dinner bill was £85 and a can of coke was pushing £4. 2. I paid extra for a seaview room. It was facing towards the beach side of the Sheraton and they were doing building work on the beach at the time so not the best. Overlooking the complex would have been better as its very nice. 3. All balconies are covered. I know this is common but we went to sit in the sun. 4. Spa is not at hotel but a shuttle bus away 5. Lazy river is not heated. Go out of season and you won't be using the lazy river