Dahab was originally a Bedouin fishing village that today is world-renowned for its windsurfing, because of the reliable winds that provide outstanding flat water conditions. However, there are many reefs immediately adjacent to the waterfront hotels, so scuba diving and snorkeling are also very popular sports, especially considering the nearby Blue Hole. One of the main attractions of Dahab are the unique on-the-ground restaurants, a mixture of Hippie and Bedouin styles developed over several decades. Large cushions and low tables are placed next to the sea, and decorated with colorful cloths. Most of these restaurants have fish stalls in front, where one can pick the fish of one's choice and have it prepared according to one's wishes.
The Hotel is 85 KM to the north east of the Sharm El Sheikhl Airport with approximately 50 to 60 min driving. 5 KM from Dahab City Center, 5 min driving. 70 km from Nuwiba and 120 km from Taba and 500 km from Cairo. 120 km from Saint Catherin Monestary, 100 km from Ras Mohamed National Park and 70 km from Colored Canyon.