All 63 Deluxe Suites and 21 Superior Deluxe Suites are spacious and elegantly appointed and have luxurious bathrooms with separate shower stalls. Their sunken marble baths overlook a private open-air walled garden.
In addition, there are 12 larger Grand Suites have their own private swimming pool, heated in the cooler months.
There are 6 Royal Suites. These beautiful apartments have a separate living/dining room, adjoining pantry and a guest bathroom. As well as an open private courtyard with swimming pool, the Royal Suites feature an outdoor dining pavilion with views over the sea.
• The Restaurant – has commanding views of the sea and offers an a la carte menu of continental and Oriental cuisine for dinner. It is also possible to dine alfresco here.
• The Pergola – is an incredibly romantic spot, located by the beautiful swimming pool, looking over the Red Sea. It offers a light menu of salads, pastas, pizzas and light snacks as well as cocktails and deserts throughout the day.
• Zaafran – Elegantly styled in shades of blue and silver, Zaafran features eclectic Oriental and Indian Cuisine. The 40-cover restaurant has a cozy and romantic ambience. A silver leafed central roof compliments the fabric paneled walls that are painted in blue. Live performances of the oriental takht enhance the charm of the setting. The restaurant is open for dinner.
After a day of exposure to the sun and the sea, take your body on a journey of rediscovery at the Spa. In an ambience designed to inspire serenity, here the healing hands of trained therapists revitalise your body and spirit.
Treatments that draw on Aromatherapy, Oriental as well as Western techniques are designed to awaken the senses and restore the natural balance of the body. Get pampered with massages, scrubs and beauty therapies that leave you feeling completely rejuvenated or simply unwind in the private steam room.
A haven of tranquillity, the Oberoi Spa by Banyan Tree promises you an experience of transformation.
There are also numerous ways to keep fit at The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh.