Rosetta Hotel, Sharm El Sheikh
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Ammhed told us he earns 25 british pounds a month and if anyone does not pay their bar bill it has to come out of his money, one day a french bloke ran up a 18 quid bar bill then walked off without paying, when Ammhed asked him to pay this chap said he,d payed . Well the staff are not allowed to challenge a customer so Ammhed had to pay. Well as you can imagine the Brits who had sort of congregated round the bar were ready to sort it but Ammhed begged us not to as he would get in trouble. So we all chipped in and paid it 18 quid between 8 of us was nothing, but to him it was the money he was taking home to Cairo for his family. Sorry for rambling, but the staff at this hotel made our holiday they were fantastic. You can get a decent pasta at the royal pub and the chinese next door was ok. To get into Naama Bay just cut throught the hilton hotel across the road then walk down the seafront. We used Gaffy Beach there,s a path across the road then you just turn left and walk up a bit. the snorkeling of there was great just swim out slightly left passed were the glass bottom boat moors and your over the reef. We saw hundreds of fish, a manta ray and I saw a lemon shark. If you are a really good swimmer swim out a bit further and you can see huge tuna fish my husband did. If your still worried about security well there were even police on the entrances to the beaches. barriers at the entrances of all the hotel, but to be honest we never felt scared or anything. Did the luxor trip it was amazing, very hot very tiring but a must if your interested in seeing the temples etc paid 125 british each with a tour company in Naama Bay the rep wanted 185 . Sorry I am supposed to be reveiwing the hotel well put it this way there are tons of posher hotels but the rosetta was in a perfect position' had everything we wanted' and again I can not state enough how brill the staff were. We are already planning to book for next yearand will be staying there again.
First time to Egyptfrom honz
We stayed on a Half Board basis and the food was good. The hotel has six pools and all of them are very clean. Hotel staff are very helpfully polite and trustworthly.
Very close to Na'ama bay and we would recommed the Royal Pub.
Amazing holiday and people!from Nixxypies
The room was kept very clean by Mohammed who was very friendly and always asking if there were any problems with the room... leave good tips and he makes animals out of the towels for you! The guys around the pool were also amazing and great to talk to (and a tip: if you give them a small tip daily they will save your selected sunbeds for you).
There are 4/5 pools (one is a tiny kids pool) and they're all kept clean and reasonably quiet, and there's atleast one hotel worker at each pool who will be more than happy to help you.
Although the breakfast was good in it's selection it was repetative and I found myself eating the same foods for 14 days. I only stayed in the hotel for an evening meal for 2 nights and again the selection was good but I didn't eath much (I'm vegetarian and the selection wasn't too good) and after only 2 nights eating there I was sick of it, but it was nice food. There's a restaurant called the Royal Pub just outside the hotel and the food there is amazing, and cheap! The staff are great and after going there every day for 2 weeks I made some good friends! When they know you they're even nicer to you, and they accept any currency.
The hotel is large so I really only stayed around one pool (although I did walk around the others). There are a lot of stairs and some ramps which are quite slippy (even the hotel manager slipped and fell down!).
The only bad point was walking along the main road and having every taxi toot at you, and sometimes it was slightly difficult to cross, and the men (including the hotel staff) like to stare so ladies, expect to get watched, even children as young as 12 were being looked at in the main town, but apart from that everything about the hotel and location is great.
The hotel owns 2 beaches but they are quite a walk and it seems further in the hot sun (expect 45 degrees C+) but the snorkelling there is out of this world, and you should really experience it yourself! There are also a lot of excursions which are well worth going on (tip: They're cheaper in the main town or along the beach there's a little company called Hot Spot which is great, the staff are fantastic and it's pretty cheap too).
One last thing, if you're going into Old Sharm cover up your knees and shoulders to show the locals some respect and so the guys don't pay quite as much attention to you. Also if you don't have a strong stomach don't go near the butchers as the animals are live in small cages outside, and you tell them which one you want and they kindly slit it's throat for you there and then...
The holiday was amazing and I recommend that you all go, and if you have any problems the hotel staff will be able to deal with them. If you have any questions feel free to email me and I will be happy to help.
Should be re named the Steps hotel !!from Tazness
We arrived at 5 am in the morning not the best time to arrive. It was pitch black and they had just turned off all the lights outside and would not put them back on for us to find our room. It is a bit of a performance getting to our room, they wanted us to wait until the sunrise... Eventually 2 men showed us to our room by the light of their mobile phones... Not a good start.
One of the main things about this hotel is that there are steps everywhere - marble steps. It is NOT of anyone with any kind mobility problems.
The hotel is built on a hill and is on 3 levels, Firstly is the main building, the reception, safe room, dining room and bars. You go up and down several sets of stairs to find the pool and the first set of accommodation. This group of rooms is quite near the disco and the BBQ area.
There is a choice of routes to take to the next group of rooms and the small pool, two big flights of steps or a set of steps and a big ramp. The Ramp is really slippy made of marble, nearly came a cropper a couple of times on that !! I prefer all the stairs. I have to say it is a bit of a hazzard.
Then it is a walk across a very wide road - there is a little shop here to get your bottled water - more steps and second reception and more steps to get to the third set of rooms and the big pool.
It is a very long walk esp in the heat. Or if you are not feeling well !!
This is where our room was, I was not happy to get a ground floor room as they are near the pool and I was worried about noise at night, so we moved to a a first floor room. However although noisy and busy during the day I was very pleasantly surprised that it was really quiet at night.
The rooms are basic and clean, a TV and small fridge, black out curtains and good air conditioning big mirror and a small table and chairs. On the negative side, the bathroom was just too worn...the towels are VERY well worn! and the drains stink. We had to have the bathroom door closed at night it was so bad. The beds are VERY firm and the pillows and not good. A nice balcony and little table and chairs.
The pools are lovley but you had to be up between 7 - 8am at the latest to get a sun lounger. The top pool is the family pool, the middle one is quiet and there is a childrens centre and a little pool near here. Down at the bottom there is another pool with an eating area. The reception area and bar is nice but I found it very smokey.. There is smoking everywhere except the dining room. but that is reflective of the whole area.
The resturant is buffet style and gets very hectic, sometimes we could not find a table but we just sat upstairs for a wee while adn then went back donw. Although there is air con it can get very hot and busy. We were half board so had dinner too. The waiting staff can be a bit quick to clear away so you have to watch your plate but just say no and its not a problem. The choice of food is reasonably good however I have food allergies - Garlic and spices so there was not much choice.
However, the head chef was fab and made us something different to order every night, we just had to ask. Breakfast was lovley with a great choice.
The hotel is not full of brits, Russians and quite a few Italians.. to name a few. I found most of the staff very nice all but a couple of men on reception who were not nice.
If I was going to be out most of the time I may stay here again as it is quiet up the top at night, It is well placed to see the small town and not badly priced. It is next to a great diving centre Empror Diving for those 8 am starts. However if I wanted a relaxing holiday hanging about the hotel I would go elsewhere.
Hotel, Shopping, Night life Guide to sharm!from timjohnson2001
I have just got back from a week in Sharm, I felt in debt to this website as it has been a great help and feel that it was important to write a review of my own!
This review will cover both the Tropicana Rossetta Hotel and Sharm el Shiek in general, all is obviously subject to my own opinion and personal views as all good reviews should be!
First, it important to state a little about myself so that you can understand what my expectations were etc. I am a 20 year old male and was going on holiday with my brother who is 18, we wanted somewhere that had good nightlife, good activities, good weather and lots of people to make friends with. It seemed to us that Sharm el Shiek would have a good mixture of all of this.
For clarity I'll devide this review into five sections, firstly, my views on the hotel which will lead on to the hotel beach and of course the Red Sea. Then onto Sharm el Shiek itself, the shopping, places to eat and places to drink!
Hotel Tropicana Rossetta-
You'll get off the coach and be given a room number then the bell boys will grab your bags and run off to your room with them, after, as everyone has said, they wait around for a tip, all we had that was small was £2 GBP, and the bell boy complained. Later we realised how cheeky this was as you are supposed to tip them like, 50p.
The Hotel is very large maybe 2 miles sq, for those who are less mobile it would not be a good choice as there are many steps and you could be in for a long walk, but as we are both young and healthy it really didnt bother us. As other reviewers have noticed, the hotel is clean but some parts could be much better and are tired looking, the toilets in the hotel reception for example are made out of dodgy frosted glass so that you can sort of see people in there when you are washing you hands. To be honest nothing in the hotel bothered us until we went to another hotel by accident which was out of town slightly but so immaculate, and stunning, then all the little things of our hotel got to us!
The reception staff and cleaners are all quite friendly, but watch the hotel reception bar, they always try and short change, left the vodka out of a vodka and lemonade drink and added an extra water onto our bill for a made up price! Time is never a problem in egypt so ALWAYS check your bill slowly, do your own calculations if it doesnt look right and check your change, if it wrong then have a go and they will always sort it out.
We were pleased with our room which was perfectly comfortable, with a effective air conditioning system, a tip which we learnt was to leave the air con on all day then switch it off when you go to sleep because of a) noise and b) it will stop you getting sore eyes and throat from the dust it generates. Our cleaner was excellent and turned our room from the tip (see photo) it was into an immaculate room, we tipped him £5 LE (Egyptian pounds) and he looked after us then sorting out extra towls and bringing us a half drunk bottle of vodka that someone had left behind! Bath room was clean and nicley tiled except for the rubbish shower curtain which is another example of somthing so eighties and tacky that needs to be replaced! It fell down like every shower but to be fair it wasnt hard to put back up and really didnt detract from anything. Whatever you do DO NOT put the tap water in your mouth, not to brush your teeth, wash your mouth out with it or anything! It gives you 'Gyppie Belly' which despite the friendly name is not a nice experience.
We were bed n breakfast and only my brother made it to brakfast once, he said they did nice Crepes, but I can't really comment on food.
There are loads of pools around the hotel we really couldnt be bothered to trek around and look at them all but the one nearest us was clean and the pool bar was open serving food and drinks etc, you get towel cards that you swap for towels then swap back when you've finished so if you dont want to you dont have to use your own towel. The table tennis table was home made but fine and cost £5 LE (50p) for half an hour which in the mid day heat is more than enough!
Town is about a five minute walk or 50p in a taxi (dont pay more!). Cutting through the Hilton across the road is a good tip instead of walking along the road getting beeped at all the time.
If sitting round by the pool doing nothing all day is your thing then you will be able to do it no probs here there are loads of beds etc, the hotel is very quiet, no young families at the time we went, it was just pure couple-dom with no hotel entertainment it got abit dull and boring for us, so we didnt stay in the hotel and spent most time in town or the beach.
On the whole I would say that this hotel is ok but would recommend the Tropicanna Garden palms hotel which is where a cabbie took us by accident we went in for the hell of it. For me and probably families with older kids it would be wicked. It was well nice and the rooms twice as big, music, entertainment, all inclusive, more lively etc.
The Tropicana Rossetta Hotel Beach (Gaffy Beach)-
The beach is just across the main road and then left about 200m, again if you are immobile or with young kids this could be a problem but we just ran across, you have to get little cards from reception to stay on these beaches, these are free and mean you get towels at the beach wich is cool. We met some Brits at the beach which was nice because the hotel at the time we were there was 80% Russian (The more expensive the season gets the more brits and less other nationalities are there apparently), The russians keep themselves to themselves until they know you and many dont speak any English or French, so communication can be problematic.
The beach is nice but the sea is amazing. This is what coming on holiday to the Red Sea is all about, the underwater sights are just incredible, I wont spoil it for you here but as soon as you get your snorkle and flippers on and swim out you will know what I mean. The beach is good for families lots of kids having a good time, the water is so hot in the sea that it actually feels more like a bath so I would reckommend swimming out right to the edge of the safe area and getting cool there. We had a wicked time at the beach, but if you dont like crowds etc you might want to go sharm bay or somwhere which is less developed and more quiet.
Shopping in Sharm el Shiek.
Before you understand how to shop in Sharm you must understand the mentality of the arab men there. The first thing is that most are liars, sexist, lechous, and will do anything to get the best price they can out of you. If you are a women bear in mind the fact that you will probably not see any women working. We saw three in our whole stay, cleaners everything all men. The arab shop keepers will wolf whistle and shout at girls and women call you spice girls, offer you camels to be their wife etc etc.
Generally what will happen is this, you will be walking down the street and people will stop you, ask if you are english if youve dropped something or whatever, then they'll try and get you in there shop to take their 'business card' (which is a crappy leaflet) or for 'Egyptian hospitality' or a 'present' if you are thirsty or have time to burn the you can spend hours doing this as me and my brother did, they will sit you down and give you rose tea, chat make you try stuff on, give you food maybe a small gift whatever. You really dont have to buy anything and it was wicked at first but there are only three real different types of shops and it gets to be repetive after a while. If you dont want to be bothered just say no thank you over and over again
When you actually decide what you want to buy, these are the tips we learnt to trade well. Here are the top tips for getting good prices;
1. Every trader will ask you if it your first time in Sharm, ALWAYS say no it is your fifth time or whatever. They want to know if you already are familier with how much they are going to try and rip you off.
2. When they ask your name make up an arab name call yourself Mohammed or whatever and if you can pull it off say you are Egyptian. Me and my brother are an eighth Egyptian and always did this and they are more likley to sort you out if they think you are part-Egyptian. They will all say they have been to England when I guareentee none have. They just say a place where they know you are not from. They always say I have lived in Yorkshire - we say Where in Yorkshire we know it well and they say 'In the middle'. They just try and get you to trust them so they can rip you off. They will also try the blag that they have four wives. Again this is always a lie to try and impress you as although it is legal it is really rare for obvious reasons!
3. When he says his first price laugh out loud and whack his shoulder. Their first price is roughly 3-10 times more than what they expect to get, if you pay half then you have been ripped off. We bought a large statue, the Price started off at £200 LE (£20) We got it down to 45 LE (£4.50) by saying we were Egyptian and that it was cheaper next door etc.
4. All the weighing stuff is a load of crap. Most of the scales don't even work, they make the price up. There are alot of silver shops in Sharm and not a lot of silver! Alot of people got stung getting rings that went green etc. For a 925 Silver ring you should pay 35 LE (£3.50) they will start at maybe 100LE. Alot of stuff is fake stamped as well so look carefully at the stamp.
Good prices we got were;
10 LE (£1) for A4 Praiprus
35 LE (£3.50) for well stamped silver rings
45 LE (£4.50) for a big statue
150 LE (£15) For a fake (but good fake) Gucci bag, I reckon we could have got it cheaper.
we got ripped off on the Rose tea because we bought it early on. If you want rose tea its 25 LE (£2.50) for a massive bag in a super market.
Eating in Sharm.
There is a really nice itallian resturant called the Royal Pub on the hotel grounds, we went there and loved it!
All over sharm food is quite cheap there are lots of nice resturants- check them all out. I know it sounds bad but Pizza Hut is actually really cheap and nice there and 24hrs too!
Drinking in Sharm.
There is a Nightclub attached to the Hotel called the Black House. Me and my brother went here a few times, it doesnt really kick off in there til about 1am. It is mostly russians women and egyptian men in there though we saw a few Brits who had got lost and wandered in. It is basically a brothel to be honest, with rich, fat balding groups of egyptian men with skinny blond russian prostitutes on their laps. Egyptian men are lecherous and horrible, it makes you quite ashamed to be a man somtimes. We went because the music was wicked they play it all and its good to dance to. After a while it got a bit disgusting though because the Egyptian men wouldnt stop constantly perving and touching people on the dancfloor and we both started getting angry so we left before we knocked someone out.
I can recommend Pacha as a night out, a massive club with a wicked R&B room, well good. We had a brilliant time there. There are loads of other bars and stuff, drinks cost a bomb though. A good tip is go to the Duty Free in the airport or in Sharm (48hrs after landing don't forget your passport, Egyptian bureaucracy!) and get some spirits or beer then drink before you go out!
On the whole we had a wicked time in Sharm, its going to be the next big holiday destination someday. It's funny thinking about Sharm invaded by the proper British, chanting, drunk idiot holiday makers that you see in spain, the tricky arab men are going to have alot on their hands. However, I am am glad I have been before it gets like that, next year we are going with our whole family but definatley to a better hotel with some entertainment, more out of the way.
I know this has been a proper long report, I'm sure Ive missed stuff out. If anyone has got any questions or anything then please let me know! I'm sure I'll be able to help!
Great Hotelfrom A TripAdvisor Member
The walk down to main reception is quick slippery so be careful with children, I almost fell myself a few times so again be carefull if wearing heels or flipflops.
The staff were on the whole very friendly and quick to resolve any problems we had in our room the only criticism I have is that all the staff are male and act as though they have never seen a woman before. I am aware that this is a Muslim country and I observed the no topless rule (unlike many others at the pool) however everytime one of the staff walked past they would stare making it quite uncomfortable. One day when my boyfriend was diving I was at the pool myself and actually was so harrassed by Mustafa at the pool so I felt I had to say something to the manager. But as I said most of the staff were absolutely lovely and helpful.
If I went back to Sharm I wouldn't stay here again purely because there are so many other hotels to visit not because I didn't enjoy it!
Good clean hotel, value for money.
Not quite what we expectedfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Shower & toilet did not work properly in room.
Our alarm call from the Reception staff was an hour late, making us very late for our trip to Cairo.
Food is very basic, glad we went Bed & Breakfast only.
Guest Relation was very unhelpful.
Best thing about the hotel was the pools, which was lucky really because the entertainment there was very poor.
Will not be going back to this hotel!
Fantastic location, clean, friendly, but.............from filandtrace
We went bed & breakfast and just ate omlettes and croissants, which were excellent, the rest of the time we ate out, which is the idea with B&B. The prices are so cheap to for food in Naama Bay (and any of the hotels nearby - you can go in any of them to eat and drink).
We found a bakery in the last week at the Marriot (stand outside the Rosetta and go left on the same side of the road). Lovely sandwiches and cakes, and very reasonable.
Anyway, the hotel was so clean, maid service (male, it's a muslim country, no women work here) every day at whatever time you want. There are 5 pools, but one is a kids pool, one is a scuba pool, one is tiny, but lovely and quiet. The main pool near main reception is ok, but the best one by far is in the new Rosetta part (see photo), though it is quite a trek up there in that heat! Well worth it, the best rooms are up there too. Staff are very helpful, polite and friendly too. There is a shop on site, run by Mohammed, who is really friendly, makes his prices up though, the more you use him, the cheaper it is! Don't pay more than LE3 for a litre bottle water (30p), and it's about LE7 (70p) for a litre of diet pepsi.
Don't book tours with the tour operator, use Sun n Fun on the Hiltons beach, we went to Cairo and snorkelling with them at some very cheap prices.
Back to the hotel, as that is what i am supposed to be reviewing, the beach is a 10 min walk left out of the hotel and shares with Gafy Days Inn resort, get a ticket for your sunbed and towel from reception (free), there is a excursion co on there who will keep asking you, if you don;t want to say no thanks and he will go away (say hi to Sherif), though we did quad biking/camels with them (Red Sea Star) and glass bottom boat, both well worth the money. The beach has some great snorkelling too, but buy some beach shoes (about 4 quid) as some parts are quite rocky.
Bear in mind, nothing in Egypt is free, anyone offering you a present/come and do a quiz etc etc is after money, no thank you (la shokran in arabic) and walk away. The hassle everyone says you will get is not half as bad as they make out, don't panic, it can be a little intimidating, but not as much as some say. Just have an air of confidence about you and they'll leave you alone for the next 'victim' Some of the supermarkets goods are prices as well, so look there first before bartering.
Feel free to email, and i'll do my best to help, either hotel wise or surrounding area.
Have fun, your holiday is what you make of it.
Great place to spend my 40th!!from A TripAdvisor Member
this hotel was directly in the middle, just across a dual carraige way from Naamba Bay.
This hotel was always being cleaned and was spotless through a two week stay - we had bed and breakfast - which was great because there are so many places to eat on the beachfront and in Naamba Bay 'highstreet' - which is buzzing at night! Loads of shops and a lovely shopping Mall.
NOT FOR YOUNGSTERS if they want more than a pool (unheated) and food on site! they charge for you to use the two pool tables!
The hotel entertainment was virtually zero - a russian night twice a week and a night club full of russians. but you could walk to Naamba Bay 5 mins away, which was a nice place to be at nightime. Really relaxed along the beach front but the actual highstreet was lit up like Las vegas at nightime! but nice if you want to see a bit of life! and hussle and bustle. The best resturants are there. Dananar - great food, but cheap!
The Camel bar is freindly and more like a british bar. say hi to George, Ahmed and Blue for me! cute barmen girls! like models!
The free beach was fine - we got tickets each day from reception -it was just a short nice walk down along the left side of the beachfront - (Days Inn/Gafy beach) the fishes could be seen just walking down the end of the jetty - so beautiful and in abundance. huge parrot fish and sting rays - i could watch them forever.(see pics)
At this time of year there are many Germans, Russians and Italians. Not many english really. but we soon spotted them! ha.
the rooms were large and we didnt have any problems. Although 2 out of 14 days the shower was cold - but its just because of the busy times of day i guess. time it right and youll get a lovely hot shower each day!
Our cleaner was Mohammed - lovely guy - brought me beautiful posy of wild flowers on my birthday! bless him.
the weather in March was 29 degrees most days but didnt feel that hot! - nice breeze most days -we came back black almost! still brown today!
the beach promenade is full of private beaches and restaurants and bars.
lovely to stroll down in the evening. (the evenings were cool but not cold unless windy a shawl was suffice) We worked out all the happy hours after a few days, which made a bar bills a lot cheaper;-)
the egyptians are so freindly - sometimes too much so. but a polite smiley but firm "no thank you" will suffice. dont take any notice if they look offended -its all part of the act to get you into one of thier shops! ha. but the do it in a very freindly and funny way - they love the english sense of humour and all have a wonderful polite way about them. Hunt out the supermarkets - not hassel in those!
Tip - always leave a tip - a little is a lot to them!
we took the trips to the islands for snorkelling - amazing! and st catherines monestry to see moses mountain and the burning bush! and the bedouin camp and stars night - entertaining and magical evening!
love to go back! but maybe choose a hotel along the actual beach front - those are spectacular! Hilton, Sonesta, etc. When i get a bit more money to play with maybe
But the Rosetta was lovely though, see our pics!
Deb and Stew
Top Local Tips for Sharm El Sheikh
50 Pound and 50 Piastres look similar Be careful of the notes are nearly identical to the touring eye. The 50 Pound note and 50 Piastres are similar.
Condition of the money Some of the money is absolutely awful, if you want to avoid any nasty stomach upsets carry around some wipes so that you can clean your hands after handling the money. We followed this and were absolutely fine.
Restaurants If you decide on B&B at the Rosetta then you are ideally placed for great dining. Pomodoro was great and worth waiting for a table if you have to. Baht Thai also served us a great feast and we had a good chinese meal at the Asian House.
Other names for Rosetta Hotel
- tropicana rosetta sharm el sheikh
- tropicana rosetta
- hotel tropicana rosetta
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