Sheikh Ali Dahab Resort

SHEIKH ALI DAHAB RESORT

Designed for Natural Living

At Sheikh Ali Dahab Resort we have brought together the best that Sinai has to offer. Welcome to the perfect combination of Sinai experiences, activities and relaxation.

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Best Rooms in town

Single Junior Suite

1 Guests

45 m

Two-Bedroom Suite

2 Guests

60 m

Double Junior Suite

2 Guests

45 m

Triple Junior Suite

3 Guests

45 m

WHERE MOUNTAINS MEET THE SEA

An Affordable Luxury

Dahab has developed through stages to the unique destination it is today. Situated only an hour’s drive from Sharm el Sheikh Airport, Dahab presents an ideal combination of a secluded, yet accessible holiday spot.

The sandy beaches of Laguna are just a leisurely walk away from the hotel, and you can walk through the garden to Dahab’s shopping area and beach side restaurants in a few minutes.

While creating a relaxing atmosphere for all our guests at Sinai's first all suite hotel, we let the space of Sinai into your fresh and airy pool-side suite.

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Sheikh Ali's Restaurant

In Bedouin and Egyptian culture alike, a meal is so much more than food. A meal is a gathering, a highlight of the day, a token of tradition and belonging.

BEST DIVING DESTINATION

Scuba Diving

Sheikh Ali Dahab Resort feature an on-site dive centre, run by the friendly and professional team at Blue Ocean Dive.

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