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The Three Corners Ocean View Hotel Prestige acclaims a special location in El Gouna. Stretched along the Abu Tig Marina, the two swimming pools are unique: one overtops the Red Sea itself while the other pool is set in the middle of this superb Marina. The Three Corners Ocean View Hotel, as well in the Le Soleil building as in the Du Port building, offers waterfront lodging, dining, shopping or poolside fun and prides itself in indulging your desires. All guests can enjoy the facilities in our two building freely, no matter where they may have their room.
Travelling alone, as a couple, or with a group of friends, Ocean View represents the best adults only quality holidays in an exclusive, stylish environment.
##Adults Only (16+)##
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located on the beach.
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 25km from Hurghada Airport.
Luxury is their goal and there is a total of 234 rooms, which provide the ultimate in satisfaction for every guest. From superior standard rooms to superior rooms. As a haven of laid back, breezy elegance, no less than 193 rooms have balconies, terraces or French balconies panoramic views over the Red Sea, the lagoon, or the lively Abu Tig Marina. Other rooms look out on gardens. All rooms feature en suite bathrooms and shower, air-conditioning, satellite TV, mini-bar, safe and telephone.
Food & Drink
The Three Corners Ocean View organises themed buffet nights with dishes from all around the world. Authentic Belgian cuisine and Italian meals can be enjoyed at the a la carte restaurants.
Sports & Entertainment
The Three Corners has a health club with a gym, sauna and massages. The hotel's animation team offers activities including bike tours, walking tours, team games, yoga and belly dancing lessons.
Back from another great holiday at 3 corners ocean view. This was our 7th visit and we are soon to go back for our 8th visit. The hotel is clean and perfectly situated on a beautiful marina. The...
Back from another great holiday at 3 corners ocean view. This was our 7th visit and we are soon to go back for our 8th visit. The hotel is clean and perfectly situated on a beautiful marina. The staff are all very accommodating and nothing is too much trouble for them. Reception will do their best to get you the room you ask for. It's our second home and we love it.
Returned from this marvellous hotel on 10 July. On our 5th visit which will not be our last. The hotel management and staff all go the extra mile to make your holiday special. Thanks to Jungen, Lynn...
Returned from this marvellous hotel on 10 July. On our 5th visit which will not be our last. The hotel management and staff all go the extra mile to make your holiday special. Thanks to Jungen, Lynn and the bar staff at Peanuts for their great customer service. We were certainly looked after and the rooms were just the best. See you again soon.
We have just returned from two weeks here. I have been to Egypt around 45 times, but never to El Gouna, what have I been missing? OMG! No hassle! Seriously! Places to walk around, superb marinas...
We have just returned from two weeks here. I have been to Egypt around 45 times, but never to El Gouna, what have I been missing? OMG! No hassle! Seriously! Places to walk around, superb marinas, serious money here. Wonderful villas and apartments to rent or buy. But that isn't Three Corners...... Which is absolutely lovely, I couldn't think of anything more to ask for here. Our room was big, clean and had a great view out over the lagoon. It had a wonderful bathroom, the shower was as good as ours at home! The air con was just spot on, the best we've experienced in many a hotel. Other guests seemed to be a mixture of British, German, Belgian, and a few Eastern Europeans. The majority of age groups seemed to be 20s to 40s with older people too. A lot of divers and action type holidaymakers here too. There were 3 guest relation ladies working here, so there was always someone to go to to ask whatever you needed to know. Many thanks to Lynn who helped when our return flight was delayed 24 hours, but that is another story! The lobby bar was very handy for a pre-dinner drink, the sun terrace was nice for a cup of tea and cake at 4pm. The restaurant, which I believe is having a make over, is nice and clean, the food was great, and my husband is extremely fussy about food. The staff looked after the restaurant very well, finished crockery was cleared away promptly. More drinks were brought swiftly, although we preferred to help ourselves, great for making white wine spritzer, surprisingly decent wine for Egypt. Also there was "Peanuts" bar with a DJ quizzes and karaoke. Outside, well you were spoiled for choice as to sunbathing areas, around the pool which is near the sea, or the other pool which is raised up and situated in the building behind the main hotel, this overlooked Abu Tig marina and had cabanas and 4poster beds to lay on, and proper sun beds, mattresses not netting to lay on. Then we could sunbathe outside our room, which overlooked a lagoon, we had 2 armchairs and 2 sun beds for our use, plus the hotel had their own bus shuttle taking you to a large beach, we preferred to go to our favourite spot which was on the man made beach and from here we could see all the comings and goings from the marina. Just perfect. Night times, there was some entertainment at the hotel, but we loved walking around the marinas and stopping at the many cafes and restaurants around the waterways of El Gouna. It was delightful to see lots of Egyptian families out and about, especially at the end of Ramadan. And talking of that, however did the waiters and staff cope with not drinking for at least twelve hours in 45degree heat? Amazing. As is El Gouna, and especially Three Corners Ocean View. Can't wait to go back!!! We've just booked for next year!! Try it, you won't regret it.
This was our first holiday in El Gouna, I had previously visited the area on a day trip whilst staying in Hurghada and a close family member had in fact stayed in this same hotel a few years...
This was our first holiday in El Gouna, I had previously visited the area on a day trip whilst staying in Hurghada and a close family member had in fact stayed in this same hotel a few years previously and highly recommended it. It's not a new hotel but is very well maintained, well furnished and not too big to be impersonal. Our ground floor corner room (2111) was spacious and opened onto the lagoon with chairs and private sun loungers. The beds were large and comfy and the room was cleaned daily to a very high standard. There is a fridge/minibar and quality flat screen TV, good air-conditioning (not too noisy) and the bathroom has plenty of complimentary shampoo, shower gel etc. With weighing scales for those of you that are conscious of piling on a few extra "all inclusive" pounds! I was particularly impressed with the 3 in-house reps that were ever present to assist you. On arrival we were met by the lovely Lynn (from England) who the following morning gave all the new arrivals a short detailed tour of the Hotel and all of its amenities. The complex has two main swimming pools with bars, the “busy” pool where the animation team are based with a shaded and quieter sandy area around the headland, and the somewhat isolated “Duport Pool” some 200 metres away towards the marina. The hotel also runs an hourly complimentary bus to a private beach area some 10 minutes ride away, where they serve a good free buffet lunch with only soft drinks included. Alcohol is available there at a reasonable charge. We spent almost all our time at the “Duport Pool” with its lovely four-poster beds and comfortable sun loungers. The pool was of different depths, ideal for swimming or just reading and chatting at the waters edge, also a good strong free Wi-Fi signal was always present! Here you will meet your host “Saied” and then your holiday just gets better! A well appointed gym is available free of charge and the “well being” spa area offers sauna and multiple massage treatments at very reasonable prices. The buffet restaurant was spacious and never overcrowded; the variety of food on offer was more than adequate and of a high quality. The staff most pleasant and very attentive, nothing seems to be too much trouble for them. They quickly learn your names, your drink preferences and personally greet you at every opportunity. The hotel also offers a “Dine around” experience, this allows you to eat at many other hotels and restaurants at little or no extra charge, twice we took advantage of this offer and enjoyed an excellent alternative evening meal. Evening entertainment in Egyptian hotels is always criticised! It’s not brilliant, but something happens, somewhere, every night. There is Bingo, Karaoke, singers, performers and musicians. Peanuts bar, next to the hotel has free Wi-Fi and a good selection of music, free pool and darts; great staff and a good time will be had by all till midnight. (After then you have to pay for your drinks) This “adults only” hotel does seems to have a more European cliental, we encountered no awkwardness or animosity with any other quests, this active management policy is to be congratulated and applauded even though it may be financially detrimental to them. El Gouna is like a large self contained holiday city spread over many square miles, marinas with beautiful yachts and boats, shopping centers galore, hundreds of high quality and inexpensive bars and restaurants, a free outdoor cinema, nightclubs a hospital and even a university. It boasts a new 6* hotel complex, two golf courses and even has a private airfield for the rich and famous. You can travel the waterways by “water taxi” and the roads by “Tuc Tuc” at 50 cents per person per trip, whatever the distance! This is the playground for the rich Egyptians who own many of the multi million dollar properties here. It’s also a growing resort that you could never get bored with. Right from the offset we felt very safe and secure here, with so many problems in many popular holiday destinations people are understandably nervous and a little apprehensive about travelling abroad. This is a place that we will most definitely return too, and soon! Like all holidays, it’s about the people you meet, make friends with and share your time with. We left El Gouna happy, well satisfied, a little heavier and with a lot of new “Facebook Friends”