Tropicana Rosetta

Tropicana Rosetta
Ideally located in Naama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, the Tropicana Rosetta Hotel is built in a 'desert style' combining local architecture with modern facilities. Set in extensive landscaped grounds overlooking Naama Bay, rooms are clustered on different levels making it one of the highest hotels in the bay. Also a perfect choice for divers with award­winning Emperor Divers' centre right on site.

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  • AddressNaama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
  • Area
Contact
  • Phone (+20) 222680903
  • Fax (+20) 222680906
  • E-mail [email protected]
  • Website Tropicana Rosetta

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