Food and Drink
Marsa Shagra's restaurant offers a wide choice of culinary delights to meet with everybody's taste and palate. A lavish open buffet is served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant also offers alternating theme nights where guests can enjoy different cuisines every night.
All of the meals, plus freshly baked cake each afternoon, are included within your package. Tea, coffee, water and bottled soft drinks are also included. Beer, wine, fresh juices, speciality teas and coffees, ice cream, chocolate and crisps are not included in the package and will be allocated to your room by name, signed for and settled at the end of the week during check out.
Vegetarians and other special dietary requirements are extremely well catered for. Please do let us know in advance regarding your requirements.
The restaurant has a welcoming ambience and an outdoor terrace furnished with natural bamboo artwork. The terrace overlooks a wonderful panoramic view of the tents, desert and the sea, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the sparkling water under the sun during the day and an unforgettable white moon shine over the black night water during dinner. If you're lucky, you can see the dolphins jumping out of the water during your breakfast, it will take your breath away!
Dining times - Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the restaurant at the following times:
The cafeteria team will provide you with all inclusive soft drinks, water and tea and coffee from 0530h - 2400h.
In order to support efforts to be as environmentally friendly as possible and reduce plastic output, guests will receive one complimentary regular bottle of mineral water that can be refilled at any of the dispensers throughout the village.
Alternatively to show support for this project, guests are invited to purchase an RSDS branded cooler bottle. Further bottles of regular bottled water can also be purchased at the cafeteria (€2 small – €3 large).
The cafeteria also serves other beverages, snacks, and item such as; specialty coffees (latte, cappuccino, espresso etc.), diet drinks, beer, chocolate, crisps, ice cream, souvenirs, etc. These items will be billed to your cafeteria list and you pay them at check-out. The cafeteria also sells small souvenirs, toiletries, and other items. If you can’t find what you are looking for in the cafeteria please ask the reception to drive you to one of the local markets. They usually accept foreign currency but it is a good idea to have Egyptian pounds just in case.
Bawadi Bedouin Lounge:
There is an intimate Bedouin lounge right on the beach where you can enjoy traditional drinks, wine, local beer and Sheesha (water pipe). This is the perfect alternative to loud and crowded hotel discotheques - you can simply enjoy a relaxed and calm evening with your family and friends right on the beach. The lounge is just near the royal tents.