The Tropicana Azure Club, not to be confused with the Tropicana Grand Azure just across the road, is not on the beach but does have a very pleasant pool area planted with palm trees. The pool itself is large, so a good choice for guests with children who are after a little sunbathing with peace of mind. The rooms are of a good standard but the food may leave some guests disappointed.
The Azure Club is situated in the heart of Nabq Bay, close to the main shopping arcade. It is just across the road from the Tropicana Grand Azure.
Not to be confused with one of its sister hotels, the Tropicana Grand Azure across the road, the resort is part of the fast-expanding Tropicana hotel chain. So far there are eight Tropicana hotels in Sharm el Sheikh.
The Tropicana Azure Club opened in 2008 with 365 rooms. The site feels spacious and a little more intimate than larger structures in the area. The lobby is fairly spacious and the atmosphere is a little drab; the fresh flowers give the space a little colour. The main pool is of a good size (the floors need to be renovated) and the surrounding palm trees give the resort an Egyptian feel. The resort has a gym and spa which could do with a spruce up. Some of the sun-lounger mattresses could also do with being replaced.
The accommodation blocks are situated all around the pool and are large white three-floor pleasant-looking new concrete buildings designed in a simplified Moorish tyle. They look similar to a house with a front yard which gives the area a fresh feel that differs from the usual resort atmosphere. All rooms have either a terrace or balcony. The marble bathrooms are of a good size with a good range of the hotel's own-brand toiletries. The rooms are also spacious and an effort has been made with the décor. The rooms can however be a little noisy due to being close to the pool.
The resort has a main restaurant offering buffets at meal times. There are also two à la carte restaurants which are not included in the all-inclusive formula which serve Italian and Chinese food. The quality of the food is questionable and can be repetitive in the main restaurant. The à la carte menus are also fairly limited.
The Azure Club does not have a beach but guests have access to the Grand Azure beach across the road. Guests can walk to the beach; alternatively there is a shuttle bus every 7 minutes.
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