THE Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh has introduced two special programmes offering guests the ‘royal treatment’ and an exceptional romantic getaway on the shores of the Red Sea.
The Royal Dream Stay is a unique two-night stay in the resort’s Royal suite that begins with a personal escort from the airport. The suite features its own courtyard surrounded by greenery, ideal for dining al fresco or simply relaxing in the utmost privacy. It also offers several terraces, a private garden, its own outdoor pool, whirlpool and private beach. The programme continues with an extraordinary in-suite massage for two, followed by a specially prepared dinner served on the suite’s private beach with musicians playing discreetly in the background. On the second day, guests enjoy a leisurely lunch cruise on board a private yacht to the nearby romantic Island of Tiran. The evening is spent under the stars in the Sinai Desert where Bedouins on camels welcome guests to their own candle-lit private oasis. The majestic experience continues with a gourmet Four Seasons dinner.
The next morning, either breakfast in bed or breakfast in the Suite’s secluded garden can be enjoyed before being driven to the airport in a limousine.
Romantic Memories is a three-night package for guests enjoying a romantic celebration. The programme includes luxurious sea view accommodation, limousine transfers, complimentary champagne, spa treatments, a candlelit dinner for two and a host of other surprise treats to make the holiday memorable.
The packages are available until December 20, 2006 and are subject to availability.
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