World's Best: Rixos Sharm El Sheikh - Ultra All Inclusive

Rixos Sharm el Sheikh is located in Nabq Bay with views of the Gulf of Aqaba and Tiran Island. Here you will discover the heritage of Egypt's pristine Red Sea and surround yourself with the luxury touches of International Hospitality. Located 8km from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport this resort is in the ideal location and visitors will have a wide variety of local attractions and popular activities to choose from, including diving, the Old Market, Ras Mohammed, Tiran Island and so much more.

Rixos Sharm el Sheikh offers 695 luxurious and elegantly decorated rooms, conference facilities, seven swimming pools, two main restaurants (one adult only), seven a la carte restaurants, five bars and spa & wellness facilities. It is an Ultra All Inclusive Resort.

Guests can enjoy an authentic Turkish, Japanese and seafood dining experience at Lalezar, Sakura and Hatmehit. Callaina restaurant serves Italian cuisine from à-la-carte menu, while Papyrus offers oriental dishes. There is also an Indian and Chinese restaurant. The resort offers evening entertainment options that include a night club, discotheque and open air beach night club.

Rixos' spa offers a range of relaxation options, including full-body massages and facials. There is also a modern gym equipped with state-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment. The property also includes three water slides.

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Accommodation: All rooms at Rixos come with a balcony or terrace overlooking the sea, garden or pool. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV, a minibar, a wardrobe and a telephone. Some rooms include a spacious seating area.

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