Holidaymakers and residents in Sharm El Sheikh, the Red Sea’s number resort, will be celebrating the Royal Wedding in style at SOHO Square, the pedestrianised entertainment complex, which boasts a square mile of restaurants, shops and fun activities.
Guests at SOHO Square’s Royal wedding celebration will be able to follow every second of Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s wedding on TV, just like they would at home via the minute-by-minute BBC relay.
Even more like home, there will be a party from 11am until late into the night at the Queen Vic, an authentic English pub, serving British ales and beverages and typical English ‘grub’ such as fish ‘n chips.
And the weather’s guaranteed for wedding watchers outside in SOHO Square – forecast to be a perfect 30 degrees, clear blue skies and a very gentle refreshing breeze.
Some guests say it is their kind of wedded bliss watching the ceremony on TV because they know they can relax in shorts and T-shirts and take dips in the pool throughout the day-long TV transmission.
It’s also nice for the British community and holidaymakers in Sharm to get together just as they do in the UK for royal weddings. They’ll have all the trappings, including free meal boxes for the kids.
World Travel Awards will be hosting its Africa and Indian Ocean Ceremony at The Savoy Sharm el Sheikh on 16 September 2011.
Emad Aziz, Chairman Savoy Sharm el Sheikh says: “I am honoured that World Travel Awards is hosting its 2011 Africa & Indian Ocean Ceremony at The Savoy, Sharm-El-Sheikh. It will provide a great opportunity to showcase the attractions and facilities of our beautiful region to the travel and tourism world.”
For more information visit World Travel Awards