Halal Hotels Sharm El-Sheikh

Islam is the dominant religion in Egypt with around an estimated 90.3% of the population. Almost the entirety of Egypt’s Muslims are Sunnis, with a very small minority of Shia. The latter, however, are not recognized by Egypt. Islam has been recognized as the state religion since 1980.
By Crescent Rating, Egypt is rated 14th among most Muslim-friendly countries.
How many mosques are there in Egypt?
There are 114,000 mosques in Egypt as of 2016, of which 83,000 are affiliated with the Ministry of Endowments.

The Muslim friendly hotel means a hotel that has Islamic characteristics that can provide basic facilities that are more friendly to Muslim customers such as a Qibla direction indicator, the availability of prayer tools, the presence of halal food / list of nearby restaurants that provide halal food.

Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.

Many international hotels in Sharm El-Sheikh do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.

Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.

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Best Day Tours in Sharm El-Sheikh for Muslim Travelers

Sharm el-Sheikh is an Egyptian resort town between the desert of the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea. It’s known for its sheltered sandy beaches, clear waters and coral reefs. Naama Bay, with a palm tree-lined promenade, is filled with bars and restaurants. Ras Muhammad National Park is a major diving destination, with marine life around the Shark and Yolanda reefs and the Thistlegorm wreck.

See all tours in Sharm el Sheikh on GetYourGuide.

1. Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh 5* – Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh

Four Seasons Resort is a hillside Red Sea diving resort set in Sharm El Sheikh. It features 4 pools, 5 restaurants, 3 lounges and a spa. Guests can also benefit from the snorkeling and diving activities available on site.

All accommodations at Four Seasons feature a balcony or terrace with views of the Red Sea, the garden and the resort. Each room offers a seating area with a flat-screen TV and a mini-bar. The villa includes a private pool with a sun-lounger terrace.

Four Seasons offers an eclectic fine dining experience ranging from Mediterranean to Italian Cuisine. Guests can savor European specialties at Al Waha Pool Bar that overlooks the pool. Drinks are enjoyed at the various lounges with spectacular views.

Overlooking the Red Sea, this luxe beach resort is 7 km from Maritim Jolie Ville Golf & Resort, and 11 km from shopping at Hollywood Sharm El Sheikh.

Featuring balconies or terraces, most with sea views, the polished rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as safes, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Plush villas add kitchenettes or kitchens. Select quarters include plunge pools; games consoles and iPads are available (fee). Room service is on offer 24/7.

There are 6 restaurants/bars and 3 lounges, plus 4 pools, a 24-hour gym and a chic spa. Other amenities include a private beach, a dive center and a kids’ club.

A rare desert-and-sea sanctuary. An intimate Arabian village, with Moorish-inspired architecture, rooftop domes, arched doorways and fountain courtyards the Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh enchants guests with feelings of serenity and authenticity. Reminiscent of a hillside oasis with one- and two-storey villas, the Resort offers a multitude of walkways, breathtaking view spots, elegant swimming and recreational areas, private settings for reflection or gatherings. All facing the shimmering waters of Red Sea.

On the other side, the lush greenery of Resort’s grounds stand in contrast to the stark beauty of the desert and mountaintops backdrop. All Resort’s outlets take full advantage of the vistas, offering choice of indoors and al fresco dining.

he hotel isn’t cheap but bearing in mind you’re likely to spend most if not all of your time at the hotel it is money well spent. The staff are extremely attentive and friendly and seem to know your names before you have even checked in. They are also very accommodating with any special requirements and had no trouble at all in dealing with my wife’s garlic allergy and my son’s nut allergy. This is the sort of attention that only a hotel of this standard is able to cope with.

The hotel is set out on a hill and the layout is very clever with the reception and main restaurants situated at the top of the hill and the accommodation sited down the hill towards the sea.

For those who want to take life very easy and not walk very far there is a funicular which goes up and down the hill all day and night with various stops along the way plus a fleet of electric (golf) buggies are constantly whizzing around ready to take guests wherever they want to go.

Loved the hotel. Especially service was great, people were incredibly friendly with children.While we were there, there were some really nice families, but it wasn’t too crowded. Always a place near the beach/pool. Children formed a big group and played all together.

– service is brilliant. Beach and pool service is very very good. People are genuinely friendly and did everything they could to please you, especially when you have young children like us.

– rooms are big and well equipped. L’occitane toiletries, even an after sun lotion

– restaurants are good and have nice ambiance
– snorkeling/diving centre is very helpful, again great service.

– lay out is pretty, loungers are lovely and comfy, lovely shade.

Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh
Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

How much does a room costs at Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh?

Prices start 908$/night for Superior King Room. The One-Bedroom Suite
 is 1005$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

Richly decorated in beige and brown tones, this air-conditioned suite features a balcony with views of the Red Sea.

It has a living room with a flat-screen TV. Amenities include a Nespresso machine, a DVD player and a CD player. The marble bathroom has a bathtub, a shower and free toiletries.

Where to book online Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh – Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikhyou can find the best halal hotels deals in Sharm El Sheikh during Ramadan which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sharm El Sheikh on Booking.com or Agoda.com or  Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

2. Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort & Spa 5* – Halal Resorts Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort & Spa

The elegant ultra all inclusive Reef Oasis Blue Bay is a 5-star resort located in Sharm El Sheikh, 1.2 mi from the famous Naama Bay and 3.1 mi from the airport. The property includes a private beach area, a water park and an outdoor pool. Free WiFi access is available in public areas.

All rooms at the Reef Oasis are air-conditioned and include a private bathroom. The registration will be in the main lobby with the look and sound of luxury fountain, music and aroma thereby. There is a welcome area with welcome drinks served to you with our gracious hospitality upon your arrival.

The Food and Beverage outlets will include the breakfast snacks and light lunches in both Leisure pool bar and beach bar.

Set on a sandy beach along the Red Sea, this polished resort is 10 km from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport .

Featuring balconies or terraces, the warm, relaxed rooms provide flat-screen TVs, kettles and minifridges. Some add sea views. The 1- to 2-bedroom suites offer separate living rooms, dining areas, kitchenettes and/or whirlpool tubs. Room service is available 24/7.

Amenities include 6 restaurants, 10 bars and a cafe, as well as a private beach area, a spa, a gym, and indoor and outdoor pools. There’s also a water park and a diving center, plus nightly entertainment, Wi-Fi and parking.

The Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort and Spa is one of the most beautiful resorts of Sharm El Sheikh with the magnificent views of the Sinai Mountains hidden amongst the colorful shades of the desert. The Hotel is overlooking the famous Red Sea with clear crystal blue waters and beautiful corals with the most amazing colored tropical fish.

Our highly experienced trained staff and Management Team are available 24 hrs with extended knowledge of the resort and qualified to provide our Guests with the most professional and exceptional service.

This is an all inclusive resort hotel and that includes “service” which was fantastic. Rooms are in two storey blocks, we were allocated 3152 on the ground floor towards the back of the resort. The room was massive with two 4ft single beds, two armchairs and plenty of wardrobe space.

It had a large flat screen TV (limited channels in English), kettle, fridge and safe. The bathroom was massive with a walk-in shower. Toiletries were very usable. Sheets and towels were changed daily and the chamber-man was excellent and provided flowers and towel decorations.

The air temperature was +25C-+33C in the day and +18C-+24C at night. The other temperatures were sea +22C, Main pools +20C, heated pool +29C. I was a little disappointed that to swim in the sea you had to use the floating jetty due to the close reef. I thought that the music was too loud at the infinity pool and at the relax pool, I would prefer the peace and quiet.

We used the Leisure Pool which was quieter and the food/service was great.
Food. The main restaurant had themed nights every day but to be honest despite this I found that the food was very much the same.

They were catering for Brits, French Italian German Russian Spanish and many more during my stay so had many to please but despite this there was no reason to leave hungry.

The food was cooked to a good standard. As this is a muslim country there is no pork allowed so breakfast without bacon, sausages and ham was different but with 6 different types of egg and all the other food there was no reason to be hungry. The service was great.

We tried the French restaurant and the food was excellent.

Entertainment. The hotel was only 35% full so I guess that the entertainment budget was small and this showed in the entertainment. The main outside entertainment area had one 45 minute performance every night after the children’s disco which was very limited.

Just a singer, dancers, belly dancers and group of acrobats. There was some limited entertainment in the bars but it was just odd singers or musicians.
Due to the size of the resort there is a bus which operates around the perimeter road (one mile) and electric buggies to help move luggage and people around.

Breakfast was good with lots of either hot or continental style foods, remember this is a muslim country so bacon and sausages will be beef not pork. We were very kindly upgraded to the fishermans for breakfast which was a smaller more intimate affair with freshly squeezed juice available which was nice.

Evening meals could be taken in either the main buffet restaurants or one of the a la cartes, italian, kebagi, or fisherman’s.

We loved the al dente italian but often just ate at the buffet as the choices of breads salads and main courses was so vast their was always something for the kids who can be a little fussy.

Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh
Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

How much does a room costs at Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort & Spa?

Prices start 156$/night for Superior Double or Twin Room with Garden View. The Executive Suite is 778$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This suite features air conditioning, mini-bar and tile/marble floor.

Where to book online -Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort & Spa- Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikhyou can find the best halal hotels deals in Sharm El Sheikh during Ramadan which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sharm El Sheikh on Booking.com or Trip.com or  Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

3. Sultan Gardens Resort 5* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

Sultan Gardens Resort

This 5-star resort features a private sandy beach with overwater decks on the Sharks Bay. It features 5 palm-framed freshwater pools offering full views of the Tiran Island. One of the pools is for adults only and offers an open air Jacuzzi and a swim-up bar.

5 restaurants are available at Sultan Gardens Resort, offering homemade pasta, Cajun cuisine and live cooking shows, the “House Of Spice” Indian restaurant.

The resort also features a 24-hour coffee shop with an ice parlor, and a lounge bar with 2 big screens. At the Shallal Bar, you can taste freshly squeezed juices and daily snacks.

Overlooking the Red Sea, this upscale beach resort of villa-style buildings is 8 km from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport.

Refined rooms, suites and villas all have balconies or patios, plus flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, minifridges and tea and coffeemakers. Suites add living rooms, with adults-only quarters offer sea views or Jacuzzis. Villas offer multiple bedrooms. Room service is available 24/7.

Breakfast and parking are free. The resort has 7 restaurants, including Indian and Italian options, and 7 bars. In addition to a private beach, there are 5 pools, a gym and a day spa, plus water sports, a kids’ club and a disco.

One of the finest resorts on the Red Sea; The multiple Award winning, certified Eco Friendly, Sultan Gardens Resort in Sharm el Sheikh is your ideal All Inclusive holiday destination in Southern Sinai. The resort boasts 220 meters of private sandy beaches, beautiful coral formations, and an unrivaled view of the stunning Tiran Island.

The resort also features five large, freshwater swimming pools as well 550 guest rooms ranging from the comfortable and spacious Standard rooms, to the luxurious Premium rooms and suites feasting in room Jacuzzis, all the way to the ultimate option of holidaying in your own private beachfront villa.

At this stage we would like to point out that the Resort does have a mosque on site, primarily for use by staff, but open to use by guests as well.

I’m also a muslim traveller from Morocco. The hotel was great in that there was a really nice mosque for anyone who needs to use it (in the workers area so out of the way of the main hotel grounds) and I did not feel any snobbery towards where I was from.

This is normally quite common where staff aim to please western travellers and you get ignored (my wife wears hijab). This was not the case here which I really liked there was no prejudice and everyone treated us like we were also special. Now for the specifics.

Location – The hotel is in a fantastic location. Transfers from the airport take 10 mins max, Naama bay (the local port town) 10 mins and other excursions such desert safari also takes 10mins.

The hotel offers an in-house taxi service if you need it (for a small charge). I would rather use this option rather than the shambolic airport transfers I added to my booking from OnTheBeach.com

The Room – We had what seemed like three small doubles in the room and a cot. we all (my wife, two kids and me) slept on the bids and there was more than enough space, the beds were also very comfortable.

The room has flat screen TV with plenty of channels (but doubt you will watch much TV), you can watch premier league matches though. the mini bar is free for first use, after it’s empty you’ll need to pay to fill it. there is a kettle and drinks making things, but there are so many bars open till late that you might as well go out and get a coffee/tea (all free of charge).

The room is always spotless thanks to efforts of the cleaners.

Halal Resorts Sharm El Sheikh
Halal Resorts Sharm El Sheikh

Hotel Grounds – The hotel grounds are incredible. The hotel covers a vast amount of ground and it’s fun going on walks. There is a ‘taff-taff’ service (open passenger bus is best way i can describe it) which can take you between reception and the beach (nice novelty for the kids, but the walk won’t take too long).

Everything is immaculately kept. I have never seen such an effort made in cleanliness. They seem to do a deep clean every week and a thorough clean everyday. When you see the hotel grounds you will see what a feat this is!! Very, very impressive!!!!

Facilities – The hotel has everything you could want to do, most of which are free!! There is a table-tennis table, Gym, Kids club, plenty of swimming pools, a beach, lots of restaurants and bars around the place.

My kids absolutely loved the mini disco which happened every night at the amphitheatre and there were also adult shows, such as chinese acrobats after the kids mini disco. There’s also tennis, sauna, massage, billiards for a fee.

The Beach – The beach was very impressive and plenty of deck-chairs that no matter what time you go you will always find chairs. we went on a boat excursion one day and saw many of the hotel’s private beaches and this was up there with the best.

The water was beautiful, clear and warm (and this was in March). The beach also has a small pier which takes you further in to the water and you can go snorkelling. This was an amazing experience in itself and you can see all sorts of fish and corals.

I just wish people could pay attention to the signs and not throw food into the water to attract fish so they can take pictures. very selfish!

Dining – One of the most disappointing things about most all-inclusives is that the food tastes like a school canteen. This was not the case here.

The main buffet restaurant has a different theme from around the world 7 days a week (most people only stay one week), there’s so much variety that you’ll never get tired of the food and if there’s something you don’t like I’m sure you’ll find something. there’s also a live cooking section which makes certain dishes on the spot for you.

Breakfast was also great. The hotel also gives you use of the Italian and Indian restaurants twice three of charge! This was a nice break from the buffet restaurant that was always busy and felt like an opportunity to dress-up. There are also two other restaurants which can be used but these have a charge. We enjoyed the free ones that we didn’t see the point in going to the paying restaurants.

Bars – There are bars dotted all over the place (by the beach, pools, gym, reception) where you can get snacks, ice cream and cold and hot drinks throughout the day, up until midnight in some cases (free of charge of course) I counted at least six!!

Service – What really makes this hotel stand out was the incredible service from the army of hotel staff. When you go to most arab countries a common theme is always that the staff are rude. This is not so here everyone treated you like you were special.

I can not speak highly enough of the staff as the you were all so friendly and helpful. Special mention goes to Mohammad Aziz and Mommin in the buffet restaurant. Thank you all so much, my kids left saying they made so many friends in Egypt.

Egypt – you could tell that tourist numbers were down, especially when you visit the towns. My advice, don’t believe everything you hear.

This was an amazing place and the Egyptian people are great people who are very welcoming. if you act sensibly you will be safe, that’s true whether you visit shark or London!!!

Muslim Friendly Hotels Sharm El Sheikh
Muslim Friendly Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

How much does a room costs at Sultan Gardens Resort?

Prices start 114$/night for Select Room Garden View. The Premium Jacuzzi Suite (Adults Only) is 150$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

These deluxe suites, with a size of 74 square meters per suite are located around “The NEW NORTH 38” Pool and Bar and feature large in room spa bath for two, separate in suite closet and make up room, in room bar, walk in shower and private terrace or balcony.

Where to book online -Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort & Spa- Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikhyou can find the best halal hotels deals in Sharm El Sheikh during Ramadan which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sharm El Sheikh on Booking.com or Trip.com or  Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

4. Savoy Sharm El Sheikh 5* – Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

Located directly on the beach and in the center of SOHO Square, this 5-star resort offers lush tropical surroundings and luxurious rooms with satellite TVs. Facilities include 5 swimming pools and water sports activities that include diving and snorkeling. Tennis and squash courts are also available.

The bright rooms of Savoy Sharm El Sheikh Hotel enjoy a modern and stylish interior. All rooms have a private balcony or terrace featuring panoramic views of the landscaped gardens, the pools, or the Red Sea.

Savoy Sharm El Sheikh Hotel’s 6 restaurants serve dishes from all over the world, including Asian, Italian, and Mediterranean cuisine. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of drinks, live music, and water pipes at any of the 5 bars. SOHO Square Sharm El Sheikh provides entertainment for all tastes with a variety of restaurants, cafes and bars.

Overlooking the Sinai Mountains, this casual, all-inclusive resort with beach access is 8 km from the Straits of Tiran and 13 km from Space Sharm nightclub.

Airy, tranquil rooms have cable TV, minibars and safes, and most include furnished balconies or terraces. Bright, modern suites add living rooms with sofas. Wi-Fi (fee) and 24-hour room service are available.

Parking and breakfast are free, and there’s a relaxed restaurant, a pizzeria and a snack bar.

There are poolside and rooftop bars and a shisha lounge, and 8 indoor and outdoor pools include saltwater and heated options. The property also features 4 tennis courts, a gym and a spa.

The hotel also features a private beach, 5 swimming pools 3 adult pools (2 heated in winter time) and 2 children’s pools (1 heated in winter time) , 5 Bars (1 pool Bar) , and 6 restaurants Savoy hotel offers different types of meal plans that ensures you trying everything starting from the hotel’s main restaurant to Soho Square different restaurants and cuisines; standard Bed and breakfast, half board, full board, S-Class (ultra all-inclusive concept) , and half and full board dine around option (which SOHO Square restaurants as well).

The hotel is incredibly good for value for money especially for individuals travelling from the UK where we are used to paying high prices for drinks and food.

Go all inclusive S class if you don’t then there is no point visiting the resort because you won’t be able to try everything out in the resort. I got my deal from Fleetway Travel who sorts your airport transfers out, hotel booking and flight.

We found that the hotel rotates the restaurant’s daily within the resort. Soho square eating is amazing there is a huge variety to choose from and as you go into Soho Square you will see all of these.

The hotel complex owns Soho square as well Royal Savoy and Sierra.

For me Savoy is by far the best. The issue with the Royal Savoy you don’t get really much more for your money than you do at Savoy trust me. Sierra décor is not as good as the Savoy and the service won’t be as good as Savoy.

Breakfast is buffet style with the usual things on offer. People forget that it is a muslim country so the bacon and sausage isn’t the same as they substitute that with veal and chicken sausages and a sort of turkey bacon rasher.

There are fresh waffles made in front of you and also an egg station where you can have a choice of eggs cooked different ways. There are lovely fresh juices and yoghurts, breads and pastries on offer and also fresh salad, fruit, meats and cheeses.

Soho square is a bustling place with shops and different entertaiment. It is nice strolling round as you don’t get hassled from shop keepers trying to drag you in. It is clean and well kept. There is an ice skating rink, a movie theatre, a bowling alley and lots more. There is an HSBC bank which was a new addition last year.

In summary we love the Savoy. It is slightly more expensive than other 5 star hotels in Sharm but is well worth the extra and is actually the only true 5 star all inclusive. The other true 5 star hotel such as the Four Seasons don’t do all inclusive. The bedrooms are in need of renovating but the other facilities and quality of food makes the difference.

We stopped at the Tropicana Grand Azure and upgraded to the premium all inclusive and it still wasn’t a patch on the Savoy for quality of food and drink, A La Carte and overall experience. Everyone likes different things and has different tastes but we will continue to return as long as the standards stay the same.

Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh
Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

How much does a room costs at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh?

Prices start 128$/night for Standard King Room with Garden View. The Diplomatic Suite with Pool View is 224$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

Featuring a pool view from a double-sized balcony, this air-conditioned suite offers a master bedroom with a king-sized bed. It also includes a separate living area with a sofa and 2 bathrooms fitted with a shower.

Where to book online -Savoy Sharm El Sheikh- Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh you can find the best halal hotels deals in Sharm El Sheikh during Ramadan which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sharm El Sheikh on Booking.com or Trip.com or  Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

5. Sierra Sharm El Sheikh 5* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Sharm El Sheikh

This 5-star all-inclusive resort is located in the center of Soho Square, it offers access to the private sands of White Knight Beach.

Sierra Sharm El Sheikh features 7 swimming pools and water sports center providing gear for parasailing, windsurfing and water-skiing. There is also a gym and tennis courts.

Rooms come with balconies or patios overlooking the garden or pool. Each has satellite TV and a mini-bar. Bathrooms include make-up mirrors and hairdryers.

Just a short drive from Sharm El Sheikh international airport and Na’ama Bay, the Sierra Sharm El Sheikh hotel is the perfect destination for those who want to explore the Red Sea and beyond or alternatively kick back and relax. The Sierra Sharm El Sheikh is superbly located next to Soho Square where you will find a variety of restaurants and bars, ten pin bowling, ice skating rink, the Ice Bar, daily entertainment shows and live bands. This is an exciting destination with enviable all year round temperatures.
LOCATION – Everyone moaning about the hotel being on the end of the runway are being dramatic. Yes you do hear around 5 or 6 planes a day but it hardly ruins your holiday, you don’t even notice it.
The hotel isn’t far from Naama bay and it’s around £7 to get there from the hotel taxi guy, coming back to the hotel you can get it for around £4!
 The only downsides were that the food was rather boring and repetative – definitely a 5* hotel, but not the food or selection. I realise this is a mainly Muslim country, so no pork or bacon, and we respect that. However, some ice cream at lunch or dinner in the dining room would be nice, as would a variety of cheeses, for those people like myself, who do not have a sweet tooth.

Also, there only seemed to be one variety of fish, served different ways on different nights. It was not very nice fish, very thin and sloppy – how about some salmon for a change.

Staff in the dining room were excellent, occasionally too eager to clear your table whilst you were up getting something else to eat, but Rania came to our rescue and looked after us very well.

The Food was okay and always something to eat, You do get fed up with eggs for breakfast every morning, but this being a muslim country you don’t get bacon. The food around the pool was great, the pizzas were lovely.
And for people saying about no toilets by the pool didn’t they see the ones by the restaurant, why don’t people just ask!! Go and use the Spa it was such a change from sitting in the heat all day, and thanks to Falma for my beautiful pedicure on my last day.
 Both had recently been re-decorated and furniture was in good order. Plenty of hot water and bottled water. TIP. If you are a couple when booking ask for a double bed.
There was a TV in the room with some good channels in English.
The rooms were cleaned everyday with new bedding and towels also every day. The cleaner was very hard working and proud to do his job.

How much does a room costs at Sierra Sharm El Sheikh?

Prices start 112$/night for Standard Twin Room with Garden View. The Suite with Pool View is 192$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

Where to book online -Sierra Sharm El Sheikh- Halal Hotels Sharm El Sheikh you can find the best halal hotels deals in Sharm El Sheikh during Ramadan which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sharm El Sheikh on Booking.com or Trip.com or  Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.