Three Corners Saint George Hotel

, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
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Three Corners Saint George Hotel

, Sharm El Sheikh

Rooms: 252

Magless El Madina St - Sharm El Sheikh - Egypt | 2069 3660888
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Great Holiday
Submitted by: Wendy in 03/07/09
  • Age Group: 4150
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
i have been to this hotel in 2007 and 2009 and besides the entertainment at night found it to be fantastic. Lovely weather, friendly staff and spotlessly clean but a word of warning, do not buy the jewellery in the gold shop. i spent over £600 on a white gold wedding band, which tarnished after a couple off months and a white gold engagement ring, square with beautiful african diamonds. didnt really have the cash, but something i always wanted. two stones fell out off the ring after six months, so be warned!!
great holiday
Submitted by: Samantha in 23/06/10
  • Age Group: 3140
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Adventurer
had a really good holiday at st georges the staff are friendly the rooms are clean and spacious and the food was good too. The hotel itself as a whole was clean and tidy but not exactly in a good location if your looking for nice walks as the area is still being developed. Go to Naama Bay and walk along the promenade of an evening, plenty of restaurants and entertainment there too.
Booked out trips before we left the UK with They are really good value for money. We did a day trip to Cairo for 40gbp to see the pyramids and the Egyptian museum - what an experience. The staff at onetour are very efficient and helpful and you even get a free egyptian sim card to use during your stay. They offer some really good trips and i would thoroughly reccommend them.
Overall the hotel was good for the price that we paid.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Three Corners Saint George Hotel

Great for Brits

from craig3k
Stayed at this hotel from 22/04/06. What a pleasant surprise we had. Rooms were of good standard, and cleaned everyday. The hotel staff are friendly and always eager to help.

The main bar staff love a laugh, and always happy, lead by Mohammed who initated spontanious singing and dancing. It wasn't contrived but a on the spur of the moment good laugh. Beer served in half pint glasses but you didnt have to wait long for a refill. Cocktails were made to order, and usually involved a display of skills of shaking the mixer can and throwing around bottles, ending with you glass sliding towards you down the bar. Once they get to know your round, drinks sometimes would appear as if by magic.

Two lovely pools to lounge by with towels provided, and free bars closed by. The food was much better than expected comapred with the Coral Beach Hotel Tiran. Plenty of of choice well cooked and presented. You wont get full English Breakfast like a greasey spoon cafe, but you will get eggs, omlettes, scramble, bread and lots of little cakes etc.

Location is a little out of the way but free bus to town twice nightly and during the day to the beach, however taxi fare is only £3.00 one way. Haggle before you get in the cab.
Old Sharm town is not far. For the scuba divers amongest you, you are closer to the port from this hotel, it has a rep from Azure diving college in lobby area, but my advice would be to use other established diving centres as Azure is expensive when compared with others. The organisation could be better, however they have some good staff as diving guides
and instructors like Hamada, and Alex.

We had a great time here and most of the guests are English. Most of who we talked to enjoyed the place as much as we did. Sharm is full of all nationalitys from Poland to the Ukraine, French, Germans, and those mad Italians. It was a delight to stay in such a welcoming hotel where announcements are not made in 6 different languages.

Mohammed the bar manager is leaving soon and it wont be the same without him, so best of luck mucker.

Lovely Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
Well what can i say...
the hotel was marvelous, all except the entertainment at night, which wasn't all that bad, you had the animation crew (mario&marco) who were funny (but sometimes maybe over the top). There was also the shows, which i can't say were amazing.
There was the internet, which was relatively cheap. I would recommend All Inclusive very much.
The pools were large (a bit cold) but still very nice. The barman at the pool (Ahmed) always sings and is a good laugh. Music also played by the pool (i thought that it was on repeat alot tho) The staff are friendly (maybe over the top) and happy to help.
The rooms are spacy and we had a lovely view over-looking the busier pool. I would recommend a room over looking the pool.
The hotel was nice and clean, but i would advise some anti-mosquito spray! The weather was lovely and i would go back again!

Good and Poor at St Georges three corners

from tinaemd
I have just returned from St georges Three Corners. The hotel is clean and the staff polite and helpful. The bedrooms are large with nice bathrooms with shower and large mirror.(but no bath), Air conditioning goes down to 16 degrees and although a little noisy I slept through the night with it on constant. There are water fountains/chillers around by the bars where you can fill up your bottles. The temperature is HOT at present going up to a scorching 43 degrees last week. The food at the hotel is OK. You will not go hungry with a selection at most meals. In the evenings there is soups, a beef type casserole, chicken, fish, pasta, veg, rice, chips and loads of different salads. It does seem that some of the salads are made from the meal before. The pea salad and the scrambled egg salad being two of the more unusual salads. Lots of pastries and cakes for puds with oranges and dates although thats it for the fruit. Drinks are in small glasses but cocktails are part of the All Inclusive menu. They are quite an adventure as they are never the same recipe twice! The entertainment is terrible. i ventured to the evening entertaibnment area once. The stage is knocked up from what apears to be balsa wood but it was the smell of the water treatment plant nearby which sent me back to my room. Tv's in the room have BBC World for news and a 24hr film channel. There are free buses to Na'ama Bay in the evenings. Well worth going to visit. Colourful bustling and exciting with a real mixture of old and new. Lots of shops and cafes. You do get hassled to go into shops but it is not nasty or intimidating and part of the trip. Buses run to the newly opened St Georges beach hourly from the hotel. The beach is more of as bay it looks manmade and no out to sea views although pretty enough with a mountain backdrop. You will need those beach shoes to go into the sea as it is quite stony to start with. The St Georges Kirosiev beach is a £1.50 taxi ride and although you cant swim from shore due to coral there is a pontoon that takes you to the edge of the coral for swimming and snorkeling. The fish are fantastic. it was like swimming in an aquarium and you could use the restaurant and bar on your All Inclusive here but check that is still OK. I would go back to Sharm as it is a 5 hour flight for desert hot weather. I would try another hotel if booking ahead but if I was offered this hotel as a last minute cheappie I would go knowing not to expect 4 star standards.

St George 2corner was just what we wanted.

from A TripAdvisor Member
We just got back from this hotel yesterday and We both thought it was great! My friend& and I went in March for a week, I liked it so much I returned later in April.
The Hotel itself is a little a way from Nama Bay, but its a short journey Via taxi, say 10mins, and once your there, you will find everything you want from shops,bars,food places everything! The Hotel is so clean, you will see a man cleaning some part of the hotel every 5mins, and you cannot fault them for that. The rooms are clean and perfect, and to be honest not many people spend their time in the room, I thing there is a 24hr movie channel and a few other english ones and cartoons etc..
The food was great, I am a fusy eater and always found something to eat, I think the reason why people are not happy with the food is cos they think the food should be like they are eating out in a posh resturant everynight. Soem days it is plain, But you can eat upstairs or go into nama bay. We ate at the Hard Rock cafe 4 of us for about £15 including starters, SO cheap and great food, even KFC and Pizza hut are V cheap!
The pools are big and a little cold, but with the heat, thats the refreshing thing!
I have noticed thing have changed from the first time to the second, in that the food is better, the animators (Mario&marco) are a lot better& that at night the its not outsideby the pool, they now have a bit for the night, where people from out the hotel come and proform shows etc.. and fire eaters, i think its mainly there for something for the kids whilst the parents can have a little adult etc..
There is another pool, which is the quiter one, where no animators will trouble you.
Yes the animators will chat and ask you to play, but surely thats there job?? And also it can be fun! And everything they do, they really believe they are making your stay enjoyable. I think people just need to lighten up on them a bit! All the staff work so hard and are always smiling and willing to help, they want to do everything for you. Even the waiters bring your drinks tp you at meals very quickly and when they see them empty no sooner than you can call them, they are up getting you another, which they do not have to do as there is a bar there for you to walk to. They have a few shops within the hotel and all the prices are good, eveything is cheap expect the imported things like pringles and some sun lotion, but we brought a local brand, it did say to protect against Sun Bum, but that never put us off, and we never once got Sun Bum. There is also a kids club for your children to enjoy that runs in the morning and afternoon.The beach was a bit diferent from a normal beach, but it still had the sea, the most important part. I thought this hotel was perfect for what we wanted, the only thing was sometimes waking up a little early for a bed, but that the same with every hotel you go to, and we had a room on the pool side, so it was easy. I would def go back, I couldn't ask for more!!!!

enjoyed a week here

from A TripAdvisor Member
I travelled to St. George with a friend, also in her twenties and stayed for a week. Wasn't too sure what to expect however we had no problems with the room which was very clean and spacious and had a fantastic shower.
I was glad that our room overlooked the second pool as the main pool area was very busy and you reached the dining areas through negotiating the poolside areas. We used the smaller pool and the pool staff were helpful and friendly without being intrusive. The staff generally did their very best to please and were professional although some, only a minority, clearly wanted female attention.
The food was good and there was a wide, although not particularly varied from day to day, selection. Some of the spirits and wine, local, were an accquired taste, depending on who served them, but the beer was enjoyable Water stations were plentiful and it was good to take a bottle to refill and keep in the fridge in the room.
The newly built beach isn't fantastic it had only opened that week , the beach at Kirosiez 3 corners was better but we were quite happy to stay by the pool.
My real area of contention ws the entertainment , or animation as it was called. It really was quite pathetic - they really couldn't organise the proverbial knees up in a brewery. It really does let down what would be a very good hotel. There was however Naama Bay to entertain you after you had had a few drinks at the hotel - but be aware some of the well known bars are expensive - e.g. £15 for 2 cocktails at Little Buddha, I would recommed the Camel Bar, a much better atmosphere and of course the street bars.
The weather was fantastic - averaging in the mid thirties. I think this was a warmer than usual for the time of year. This could be an issue for those with children.
Overall the positives outweighed the couple of negatives and i would go back.

Had a great stay overall..

from luckylucky
Just got back from a week in sharm, stayed at three corners. Although it is meant to be a 4 star hotel, it is more of a 3 but i must say, the hotel was very clean, staff extremely friendly, rooms very spacious and food was ok. There were a few negative points, the animation team is ridiculous at entertaining, if due to go out early and can't make it for breakfast, you need to order a breakfast box which contains an orange, an egg, and a couple of plain rolls! cocktails are never made the same way everytime. Overall though, had a great time there. Few tips, 1) Taxi to naama bay, don't pay more than 20LE (£2). 2) Taxi to Old market, although the rep said it will cost 20LE, we managed to haggle to 15LE. 3) right outside the hotel, there is a guy selling bottles filled with various coloured sand with camels in it etc, if you go to naama bay or fantasia, you can get the same thing for half the price with wider variety of colours.

Great holiday in Egypt

from KateNorthWales
We have just returned from a week in the Three Corners St George in Sharm el Sheik. We had an amazing time and the hotel overall was fantastic. The rooms were very spacious and spotlessly clean. The staff at the hotel were very pleasant and helpful. There are 2 pools + plus a childrens pool and there were plenty of sunbeds. You don't need to get up at 7am to put towels out! The food was pretty good for an all inclusive and was very fresh. The entertainment in the evenings was dreadful, however the hotel put on a free shuttle bus into Naama Bay and we would recommend going there in the evenings.
The hotel has its own beach, again with a free shuttle bus. The beach is good however they were doing work to it while we were there and it will probably lovely when it's finished. The town centre is fantastic at night and although you do get some hassle to shop they are nice enough when you say no. Would definitly recommend going quad biking in the desert - it was brilliant. Overall a great holiday and we will definitly going back.

basic hotel

from cromptons
having been to the red sea 3 times thought we would try sharm el sheikh as everybody raved about it. We thought we would try this hotel seeeing as it was brand new and was really looking forward to going. irst things first the hotel is in the middle of nowhere but taxis are cheap and cheerful although be aware they do drive like nutters so if your staying at this hotel be warned the entertainment here is non existant so you can either sit in your room at night and watch the films or do like we did get the mini bus to naama bay, be early though as it soon fills Up. Reading some reviews people have said food was good with a good variety, this was not the case when we stayed there all I eat was pasta and we had to travel out everyday to get our 6 year old either a mcdonalds or kentucky as there was nothing on the menu for kids. We had a room facing the pool with the jacuzzi but be warned on the other side of the road in some sort of sewerage plant and it does tend to get a bit smelly during the evening. All in all the only thing can say was good about this holiday was the weather it was 30 degrees when we went at the beginning of march. This is the second three corners resort I have been to in Egypt, went to El Wekala in Taba in june last year that was also a new hotel it had been open about 8 months when we went and although that was a much nicer hotel they had the same dull entertainment and same sort of food as the st george my advice to anyone wanting to go to this hotel, dont.

Worst Hotel Ever stayed in!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I cannot believe the reviews on Tripadvisor are being positive for this hotel. I suggest you look at the other reviews on the other wedsites.

This is no way a 4 star, more like a 2 star.

Food was minging, same food served up the following day as cold salady food.

Alcohol, suggest you take your own. Red wine fizzy in the CANTEEN, slightly better in the lobby bar. Beer served in tiny glasses. Vodka tasted like paraffin. We noticed the days that inspectors were around the food and drink suddenly improved, but sadly returned to substandard the following day.

I have NEVER left a poor review ever before, so please understand I am not a winger.

I will never return to Egypt, sadly probably from the impression this hotel gave me.

The entertainment team are horrendous, after two days I wanted to go home I was so bored. Oh and by the way ladies watch out for the men who think they are love gods....Don't think so.

For a genuine All Inclusive try Cuba. It is wonderful.

The only thing that was good about this holiday was the weather. However, I would probably have preferred to go to a tanning salon!!!

More like a Holiday Camp than 4 Star

from divingwoody
Being a regular visitor to the Red Sea I was used to good quality hotels unfortunatly the St George is not one of them. We had been told that the Hotel was 4 star which it is not more a 2/3 star. The hotel is sandwiched between a busy dual carrageway and a water treatment plant in the middle of nowhere luckily the taxi's are cheap so Naam Bay was where we spent our evenings.The rooms although spacious are only "top clean" and very sparse there are no hair dryers in the rooms as stated and need to be requested, we changed rooms twice. There a two pools both are extremly busy and it was impossible to get a sunbed after 9.30am, the usual towel saving fiasco the same applied to the Beach. The AI restaurant was more like a cafeteria although the food was ok and the drinks not matter where you were served are in small glassses meaning regular trips to the bar inevatbly leading to most people doubleing up on drinks.The entertainment(loosly called) takes place amongst the tables outside the restaraunt, the Animation are extremly poor and at times annoying. It is stated that there is a Gym but at the moment nothing is built. This is in our opinion is a hotel to be avoided.

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  • Address: Magless El Madina St - Sharm El Sheikh - Egypt
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