Summer is here in Sharm, which for many tourists seems slightly strange as it’s kind of summer all year around, but
for us residents we definitely get that buzz when the heat hits the highs and we declare summer is here. It’s the summer spirit, the holiday vibe where girls want to dress up in heels and sip cool cocktails and boys just want to have fun.
So where is the place to go to look cool and stay cool with the latest mixes hot off the decks from the White Isle? It’s got to be Little Buddha the sister venue of Buddha Bar Paris, where DJs TopAlex and K-FunK are mixing with the town’s movers and shakers.
Whether you decide to dine before dancing is up to you as we know Little Buddha has one of the most creative fusion menus in town; a little Sushi before a shimmy, or some Teppanyaki before you get your toes tapping, or maybe just a marvelously mixed Martini? Whatever you decide just make sure you are on the floor at 11.30pm when the lights dim down and the sounds start to spin.
Little Buddha has one of the best cocktail menus on the scene with a whole range of Martinis, long drinks and shots expertly shaken by the resident Mixologist and bar tenders.
Unlike other venues the bar sweeps in a huge arc along the back wall making it a central feature and a place to hang out – there is room for everyone and it creates a friendly vibe. If you want to chill out and lounge a little why not book a VIP table? The area is behind the main bar which is the perfect place for people watching but still you are part of the party and seen in the scene.
The sounds TopAlex and K-FunK are spinning are the latest of genres of house music. The party starts off with some classic Buddha beats but then works its way up into a fantastic frenzy with the skillful mixing of Deep House and EDM (Electronic Dance Music).
Little Buddha isn’t a chill out zone no more; it’s a dance dream with vibes keeping you alive until the early hours.
So let’s break out the heels, dress up a little and feel the heat of the summer with some of the best beats in town.
It’s party time.