three corners hotelWe have reviewed the top holiday review websites for the St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh which hopefully will give you are good idea of what to expect when you book your holiday.

Trip Advisor (09/2/09)

The average† “overall rating” this hotel receives is 3.3 out of 5.

Trip Advisor have awarded the St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh “Travellers Choice 2009 – Best for families”.

The last ten reviews would seem to back this up although 2 reviewer gave the hotel 1 out of 5.  One reviewers who gave 1 out of 5 got food poisoning which they blamed on the hotel and their hygiene standards – so understandably pee’d off.  The other low scoring reviewer didn’t like Egypt at all and the fact that SG three C’s served beer in small plastic cups.

The other reviewers seemed to think that St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh represented great value for money.  Nearly all commented on the food some liked it and some thought it boring and repetitive,  which seems to be the case with many All Inclusive hotels.

The huge hotel rooms got all went down well but some thought them to be rather basic, but clean and comfortable.  One tip about the location of the rooms is to make sure that you are not near the generator which can be quite loud at times.   One reviewer found great success in emailing the hotel directly and asking for a room with a quiet pool view which they got!

The hotel is a 20 minute walk from the beach but the hotel has a free shuttle bus to the beach which runs every 30 minutes.  One tip offered by two reviewers was to try share a blue and white taxi (approx 15LE) to the beach and get there before the shuttle bus which means you get the choice of sun loungers.  The beach seems to be very popular with reviewers and also appears to have improved from previous experiences of it.

When eating at night make sure you wear trousers as shorts are not acceptable  – apparently you can get away with jeans.

Holidaywatchdog.com(09/2/09)

The average† “overall rating” this hotel receives is 7.8 out of 10.

Only one reviewer on this site gave the hotel one out of 10, the rest were very happy with it scoring the hotel between 7 and 10 out of 10.

The food seemed to go down well with everyone, the usual complaints as above though regarding repetitive food.  The friendliness of the staff and cleanliness of the hotel was commented on by several people.

The pools were well supervised although someone thought that the quiet pool was too well supervised as one of the reviewers children were told to keep quiet in the quiet pool area – the cheek!  Apparently when the hotel is busy there are not enough sun loungers to go round, so I am afraid if you want to bake then get up early and bag yourself a spot.

Some of the guest overcame the major problem of the small plastic cup by bringing their own plastic pint glasses – genius.

The sister hotel’s beach is not free, cost 40LE to use but once in the drinks are free for  All Inclusive guests.  This beach is great for snorkelling as it is right beside a coral reef and is teaming with fish.

The St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh is a quiet and remote hotel and some reviewers didn’t like this aspect.  Apparently there is not much to do after 11.30pm so not really a hotel for the party animals amongst you.

holiday-truth.com (09/02/09)

The average‡ “overall rating” this  hotel receives is 19.6 out of 25.

Really not much to add from this site which has not already been covered.  The Animation team did get mentioned though and poor animation team, they get plaudits from one set of reviewers and criticism for another set.  There is just no pleasing people some love them and some hate them but for some reason the haters will still watch them rather than reading a book or going out somewhere.  If you are the type of person who cringes with embarrassment watching Britain’s Got Talent then bring a book or a chess set.

Virtual Tourist (09/02/09) does not have any reviews

Review Centre (09/02/09) does not have any reviews

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St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh

Opened in 2005 the St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh has gained in popularity in a short period of time.  It  is ideally positioned close to the centre of Sharm El Sheikh and the beach and the airport is only 12 km away which means that transfers are short.

St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh – Facilities

The hotel has three swimming pools two adult pools and one child’s pool which are all heated during winter.  At  the pool and also the beach are plenty of sun loungers, umbrellas and towels.  Amongst the activities you can expect at the hotel are volleyball, water polo, darts and boccia (whatever that is!).  The littluns are entertained by the hotel’s children’s club which also offers a play area.  Baby cots and chairs are available on request.

St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh -Rooms

St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh rooms are all en-suite, fully air conditioned and either have a balcony or terrace with either a garden.  In addition the rooms all have a mini-fridge, bathroom with shower and satellite TV.

St George Three Corners Sharm El Sheikh – All Inclusive

The All Inclusive are all served buffet style in the main restaurant.  All local alcoholic and soft drinks are served with meals are available by the glass except fresh juices, cappuccino and espresso and Turkish coffee. If you are feeling peckish mid-afternoon sandwiches are available from 3 pm to 4 pm. Should the sandwiches not fill you up or you fancy a wee bit of something sweet then afternoon tea (home-made cakes and choices of oriental pastry) is available from 4 pm to 5 pm as is ice cream for the children. Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks such as soft drinks, hot drinks, draught beer, wine, cocktails etc are served at the main hotel (10 am to midnight) and at the beach (11 am until sunset).

The hotel offers a daily shuttle bus to Naama Bay centre in the evening (with prior reservation only) and once a week to the old market.

Chargeable Extras
Fresh juices, imported branded alcoholic drinks, diving, snorkelling and trip by boat to Red Sea (full day at the Red Sea includes barbecue and snorkelling), horse back and camel riding, car rental, doctor (medical services and needs), laundry, mini bar, excursions and special nights like Oriental night in the Desert or theme nights around the swimming pool are all available at a charge.
Please note that the All Inclusive stops at 11.30 am on the day of the departure.

† Last 10 reviews as of 09/2/09

‡No overall category.  Figure obtained by adding up all ratings and dividing by total 250, 5 suns, 5 categories, 10 reviews.


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