Aqua Blu Sharm El Sheikh Hotel

Hadabet Om El Sid Number of rooms: 260

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Water Safety (AquaCheck)
AquaCheck by Intertek Cristal is designed to reduce the risk of Legionnaires Disease and other water related issues

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Food Safety (FoodCheck)
FoodCheck by Intertek Cristal is designed to assist hotels and hospitality businesses in producing and serving safe and hygienic food for guests

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Pool Safety (PoolCheck)
PoolCheck by Intertek Cristal is designed to ensure that swimming pools and associated facilities are safe to use

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Room Safety (RoomCheck)
RoomCheck by Intertek Cristal ensures that hotels manage and monitor the effectiveness of their room cleaning operations against an international benchmark

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Located on the cliff of Ras Om El Seid, close to Alf Laila Wa Laila Entertainment Centre, Aqua Blu Sharm El Sheikh Hotel spreads out over 133905m², and consists of an Aqua Park, two hotel buildings with 260 rooms, and a 450m long promenade with cafés, restaurants, bazaars, a supermarket and a bakery. What better way to entertain a family on a hot summer day than at a water park where you are guaranteed a fun-packed day for everyone? The huge water paradise offers 20 water slides and games, and wildly wet fabulous fun for you and your family. Kamikaze: A hair-raising water game. Are you brave enough to try this water game of 42.15m length and 11.55m height? An enormous thrill slide that is sure to get pulses racing, featuring gigantic, king-sized slides offering adrenaline addicts the ultimate extreme aquatic experience. Black Hole: As the name suggests, features two enclosed slides that catapult riders into pitch black spirals of darkness. You don't know which way you're turning next, and you don't see a thing until you hit the final splashdown! Amusing water game with 106.16m length and 11.55m height for adults only!


Kids & Mini Club
Air Conditioning
Outdoor Swimming Pool

Location & Contact Details

Hadabet Om El Sid, Sharm el Sheikh, South Sinai, Egypt