Set in lush gardens on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, where the endless sands of the desert meet the azure waters of the Red Sea, the Four Seasons Resort is an oasis of rare quality. Imaginatively designed to resemble an ancient Egyptian village, the resort provides exceptional comfort in elegant surroundings.
An oasis of rare quality on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula where the endless sands of the desert meet the clear waters of one of the world’s great diving arenas, the Four Seasons Resort at Sharm El Sheikh is set amidst lushly landscaped gardens overlooking the Gulf of Aqaba.
The resort has been imaginatively designed to resemble an ancient Egyptian village with elegant one and two storey villas and shaded courtyards linked by a series of colonnaded walkways, while 200 lavishly appointed rooms and suites feature all the usual trappings of any Four Seasons property.
The main restaurant, Arabesque, offers indoor and al fresco dining. Specialities include Middle Eastern mezzah plus fresh seafood and there is an open kitchen with a wood-fired oven for pizzas. You can enjoy Italian regional cuisine at the more intimate Il Frantoio whilst the informal Reef Grill, located on the coastal strip near the beach, serves local specialities, grills and barbecues.
The hotel’s Beauty and Wellness Spa offers a comprehensive range of natural treatments and massages, individually designed to meet the personal needs of each guest. Facilities include 13 treatment rooms, one of which is a couple’s treatment room, sauna, steam room, relaxation area, lap pool and gym.
Golden sand beaches and secluded palm gardens may encourage a blissful, and well-deserved, indolence. For those in need of a little more activity, there are swimming pools, floodlit tennis courts, golf at the nearby championship course of Jolie Ville and shipwreck diving. There is a fully supervised Kids For All Seasons Centre for children aged 5 to 12.