No matter what your nickname is dance queen, funny man or you're more a fisherman, the beautiful city of Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt has a lot to offer. Hotels in Sharm el Sheikh are often based near the nightlife so you do not have to venture too far to experience the Egyptian atmosphere. It may be best known for its unsurpassed diving centers, but do not tire yourself too much – there are many nightlife to be enjoyed. Not sure where to start? See the instructions below to get the most out of your trip.
Those traveling with children will realize how family-friendly resort is in no time. As the sun shines, there is an excellent indoor ice rink that is perfect for children who want to try something new – they can even be trained by the professional counselor of the rink. Or for a little competition, there are bowling alleys open until noon. And for something different and unique to some Sharm hotels is a fantastic stargazing program. The clean air and light pollution make the Sinai Peninsula an ideal place to explore the night sky. Discover more about the size and complexity of the universe and how it is associated with ancient Egypt.
If you're more of a party animal, you're lucky – there are plenty of bars, casinos and nightclubs. The area is renowned for its outstanding bar, from over the extravagance to more informal hangouts. Nice traditional British pubs, chic cafes and traditional bars are in abundance; Mandarin Bar is a favorite that boasts a cool contemporary style or Farsha Cafe considered one of the most beautiful chill out cafes in the world – its views are out of this world. Hit the dance floor of the Pangea night club – clubs are delighted.
Finally, for something completely different, you can not go wrong with a night scuba diving. Experience a whole new world compared to today's time as you will see typical nightly critters, including hunting fish, Spanish dancers and octopus. Sit on the boat after watching the sunset and get ready for the dive of your life.
Of course, dinner is a great activity at night and you will be spoiled for choice with a variety of eateries and restaurants here. Many hotels in Sharm el Sheikh boast their own, but be sure to go out and explore. With enviable settings at the Red Sea it is not surprising that seafood is a specialty here. Some of the best dining options are found in Sharm Old Market and include the luxurious Al-Fanar, known for its outdoor dining and Italian menu or for seafood try Abou Hamada or Sinai Star. Grab your happy blankets and treat yourself to a top meal – you're on holiday.