Located in one of the world's top diving and snorkeling destinations, the Radisson SAS Golden Resort, Sharm El Sheikh, offers a vast and varied choice for the leisure traveller.
A tour of the stunning reefs, shipwrecks and an abundance of coral and exotic fish is just one aspect of what the guests are offered at the five-star resort located in Nabq Bay, on the southern tip of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on the Red Sea.
The 328-room Radisson SAS Golden Resort is just 10-minute drive from the local airport and provides extensive leisure facilities, a fully-equipped spa and a choice of fine dining experience.
The hotel says its leisure facilities include three swimming pools measuring a total 2,500 sq m, a 220-metre private sandy beach, saunas, Jacuzzi pools and sport facilities such as three floodlit tennis courts, beach volleyball court, a diving centre and jogging tracks.
Entertainment options include a 200-seat open-air theatre for live shows, set amid more than 10 acres of landscaped gardens with waterfalls, rivers and 28 individually designed bridges.
There are 13 food and beverage outlets offering an assortment of dining experiences ranging from French, Italian and Lebanese cuisine.
The spa at the resort offers three sauna rooms and three steam rooms, one for ladies, men and mixed guests. There is also a dedicated massage centre which offers various treatments either for therapeutical or for relaxation purposes.
Meanwhile, the Radisson SAS group's hotel in Bahrain, the Diplomat, is offering golf packages through its association with the Riffa Golf Club, the kingdom's 18-hole championship course.
The packages include accommodation, green fees and a 'super breakfast' buffet.
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