To be honest, the hotel doesn't look much from the outside. A simple low-rise white-washed building holds nothing of particular promise. The relatively large lobby, kept spotless by the staff, however, comes into sight and things start to take on a different light. The table on which is posed a huge vase of branches helps to fill the void and to the right is a seating area with a fountain in the corner. The hotel, reasonably given its size, has just one swimming pool but which also features one for children as well as a jacuzzi. Its irregular shape makes of it three different areas and there is plenty of room for everyone. The same goes for sunbathing opportunities with plenty of sun beds and space for all who want to top up their tan. The only slight hitch is that seeing as the buildings surrounding it are very close, this blocks the sun later in the day. However it is a very clean, the music is not too loud and it is served by a bar which enters into the water. The wellness centre has a free-to-use gym as well as two beautifully tiled massage rooms, a sauna, a steam room and a jacuzzi different from any we saw elsewhere lined with small black, green and yellow tiles with a matching plunge pool just next to it. The hotel's diving centre is on site and training is carried out in the pool. While the Sharm Inn has no sports facilities on site, it offers a wide range of excursions such as camel riding, golfing and sand buggying. In terms of entertainment, there are two shows per week, one oriental dance show and the famous Tito show. The Bedouin tent allows you to relax at any time of the day in the shade with a drink in one hand and a shisha pipe in the other. There is a doctor and a pharmacy on site and a limo service available on request. The hotel has one shop selling souvenirs and beach gear. A beauty salon and photo shop were due to open on 15th September 2009.