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Three Corners Rihana Resort
Ranked #2 of 18 Hotels in El Gouna
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Chester, United Kingdom
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3 reviews
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“What a lovely place to spend a weeks vacation”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 December 2010

El Gouna is heads and shoulders above other Red Sea resorts and the Rihana is lovely, it's quiet and relaxing, rooms are clean and spacious and the staff are lovely. the restaurant had a good selection of dishes, could become a little hectic at times and suprisingly, given that there was more than enough food, some holiday makers felt it was necessary to behave as if someone was going to take it off them, so a bit of pushing and crowding, but if you ignored that behaviour all was fine. Not a sign of a tummy bug for either of us. We dived with Easy Divers based in the hotel complex, a nice outfit, helpful and fun.

  • Stayed November 2010, travelled as a couple
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 December 2010

I have read a lot of reviews on the Rihana Resort and I have to say that my stay there was outstanding. I travel a lot on my own and the first thing I noticed was that El Gouna is a gated community therefore safe. On arrival to the hotel, the staff were very friendly and welcoming and nothing was too much trouble. And I loved the reception area which was full of flowering trees.
I arrived in the dark and initially was disappointed with my room. It was basic but very clean and over one side of the balcony, down below (I was on the 2nd floor), was a workshop behind the trees. I thought I'd sleep on it then ask to change rooms in the morning. Morning came, I went out onto the balcony looked to the other side and there was a lovely view of the lagoon! I'm staying put thanks!
Room service were lovely and because I said hello, how are you and have a good day every morning, I was treated to some lovely towel sculptures on my bed (they normally do this on your last day). It costs nothing to be nice to the staff...
The resort staff from the room boys to security were just great. Most spoke very good English and they could not do enough to make your stay a great one. Ok, so the main restaurant was a bit of a free for all but the food was excellent (no Rameses Revenge!) and the service beyond expectations. Again, this was probably due to me treating them respectfully and not being ignorant unlike some people there (Germans, Dutch --sorry but you are so rude!). Someone commented about the evening meal set times. This is because the resort is very busy and they do not want people standing around for ages waiting for a table.
The whole of El Gouna is clean, safe, hassle free and I never got any grief from the men. Be polite, say no thank you and they smile and tell you to have a good day. Mangroovy beach is a short bus ride (free shuttle) away and is a mecca for kite surfers. The lagoon boat trip is well worth doing (free too!) and an excursion to Luxor and the Desert Adventure are well worth booking. Luxor was £68 for the day and the Safari was £38. There is loads to do! Dune Buggies, Quadbiking, going in a submarine, snorkling etc etc...
The resort has 2 dive centres, a windsurfing centre where you can just hire the kit or take lessons. Moses the well behaved and chilled out resort camel takes you on a lovely ride through reception, round the resort then back along the lagoon for only 50LE and there is horse riding available just up the road. Honestly, it is perfect for those who want to either chill by the pools (which were spotless) or be a little more active.
You can dine around for 40LE off your meal and Downtown has an array of places to eat, shop and watch a show under the stars. The Marina (Abu Tig) is another place well worth a visit. The Bedouin Nights are a must (only 15 Euros all in) and the evening shows, daytime activities are enough to keep you entertained.
I could go on and on raving about this place. I've only been back a few days and my personal experience of staying there was outstanding and I'm already booked and going back next year!
The bad reviews should be ignored. If there are any issues, the staff go out of their way to resolve them. I did a classic and locked my suitcase keys inside my suitcase! Doh! But within 20 mins, they had sent a maintenance guy and receptionist to my room and saved the day! Talking of which, only the room boys are allowed in your room and if you need assistance i.e. doctor, there is always someone from reception or security to accompany them to your room.
A quick mention re Hurghada. Awesome place to visit. Not only does it have a Hard Rock Cafe, there is also a Ministry of Sound and Hed Kandi for all you dance heads out there! Ministry of sound is cool as (gets all the big dj's) and you can dance to your hearts content till dawn.
These guys at the Three Corners have seriously got it right! And I thank you for an amazing time! Special thanks to Basida, Mohammed and Rabia and others that although I may have forgotten your names, I will not forget you!
See you next year!
P.S. This place also caters for the disabled perfectly which many do not.

  • Stayed November 2010, travelled solo
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 November 2010

Have just come back from a weeks holiday at this hotel after a Nile Cruise. We stayed in the Resort part and the rooms were very large, very clean and had everything we needed including a safety deposit box. Our room was cleaned every day and when we had a problem with our toilet, this was dealt with straight away. The food was typically 'all-inclusive' but better than other 'all-inclusive' food we've had, well cooked and there was always plenty to choose from and none of us were ill. All the staff were very polite and friendly and never in your face for tips! There are 3 swimming pools all spotlessly clean, and the lagoon area is lovely too. Plenty of sunbeds, we didn't have any problems getting a sunbed even though the Germans were putting their towels out the night before!! There were a lot of them while we were there, the Brits were definately in the minority, and yes they were really rude and kept pushing in but we stood our ground and ignored them, so didn't let it spoil anything. The animation team were really talented and entertaining and worked very hard and we enjoyed their nightly shows. The hotel is big, but it is very tastefully set out and decorated, and has a really relaxed, friendly atmosphere, and is in a lovely location on the lagoon. There is a free bus to the beach about ten minutes away which runs regularly. There is an ATM machine in reception area and a bank just around the corner on the way into the town. Unlike some Egyptian towns and markets, El Gouna is reasonably hassle free. There was a slight problem with mosquitos so make sure you take your sprays and use the plug-ins provided in your room. We had a great relaxing week, much needed after the early starts on our Cruise, and we would definately go back there.

  • Stayed November 2010, travelled as a couple
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 November 2010

Couple weeks ago we have returned from this beautiful hotel once again! We have been in Three Corners Rihana Resort many times before (usually with family) over the past 3 years and we are definitely going to come back so soon as possible... It is allmost like our second home :)

The rooms are very nice and spacious and food is very good and delicious. And location is excellent. You can go ewerywhere by bus or tuk-tuk.

We want to say thanks to all staff. Specially thanks to Hassan... we will allways remember that unforgettable holiday. Also special thanks to Fady for the very good service :)

We will strongly recommend this hotel to everybody.

We miss you all and we will see you soon....!!

Nina, Tommi, Pia and Tea
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Stayed September 2010, travelled with family
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Belgium
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 October 2010

We 've stayed at the Three Corners resort in El Gouna just before Christmas. It's a good hotel for a family break. The furniture in the rooms could use renovation. The food was OK. In the evening there was some 'terrible' animation in the bar. We didn't pay much for this hotel so it was good value for money. The spa treatment was excellent and they had a kids club our son (8) liked a lot.

  • Stayed December 2009, travelled with family
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 October 2010

The RIHANA RESORT & INN – revisited: A gem on Egypt’s Red Sea Coast

Very delighted I have just returned from my 2nd stay at the RIHANA RERSORT (the first visit was in late May 2010, the second in late Sept. 2010).

The Three Corners RIHANA RESORT & INN – the official name - is a very pleasant hotel right in the centre of the striking resort of El Gouna, a few miles west of Hurghada on Egypt’s southern Red Sea coast. El Gouna itself is a totally new resort, which was whipped up straight from the desert sand only 20 years ago to offer the ultimate in comfort, ambience, elegance and safety - a goal in which, one must say, they have succeeded. The idea was to build an elegant, yet informal, holiday resort without high-rises, but with traditional Egyptian and Nubian architecture – low, colourful and exotic – around a system of Venice-like canals and lagoons, but still close to the fine Red Sea beaches only minutes away. The result is striking.

The RIHANA RESORT & INN, belonging to the fine Belgian “Three Corners” chain, who
operates a string of fine 3-5 star (mostly family) resorts around the Red Sea, is the very essence
of this concept. Built in three “circles”, 2-3 stories high in Nubian style complete with domes and
arches, and each with its own fair-size pool in the middle. The RESORT and SUNSET sections
(****, 1999, 268 rooms) make out the more elegant part of the establishment, while the slightly
newer INN section (***, 2002, 166 rooms) offer more plain accommodations. All public areas and
facilities and meals are in common, why the main difference between the RESORT and the INN
sections mostly lie in the size of the accommodations. The whole setting is like a large garden –
palms, lush bushes and flowers everywhere – where bars, restaurants and other facilities are
scattered around.

There is an array of rooms – doubles, twins, honeymoon, family, connecting, handicap and so on – oriented towards the pools, the gardens or the surroundings. The RESORT Standard and Superior rooms are very spacious with large terraces and balconies (by all means, go for the balconies!) and have adjustable A/C, phone, satellite TV (not flat-screens), a comfortable sitting area and a mini-bar (without a freezer, so no ice cubes!), adequate wardrobe space and hangers, plus (in some rooms) an electric safe-box (otherwise boxes may be hired from the reception). On the balconies/terraces you’ll find two comfortable cushioned easy chairs and a table. The intentional rustic wooden decor makes it all very pleasant with a hint of “local authenticity” that goes very well with the Nubian architecture of the entire resort – delightful!

The bathrooms are not big, but comfortable with a separate shower section, and lush terrycloth towels to add to the good feeling. A hair dryer may be rented at the reception. What I really missed was a flexible wall-mounted make-up mirror (a reasonable and inexpensive investment on the part of the hotel) which would take the bathrooms from good to excellent) - useful not only for ladies who want to look lovely, but also for men who want a decent and close shave; the distance across the washbasin to the large mirror is too far for comfort. There are, however, no nice, small bottles of shampoo and lotion to welcome you, but plain wall-mounted soap dispensers. To make up for the missing nice, small bottles there is a box of Kleenex on the bedroom table and an electric devise with chemical tablets to fight the – mostly in Spring-early Summer - mosquitoes. Very thoughtful.

The all-male “room-maid” staff is efficient and most helpful and do a good job, and they’ll provide you with free bottles of drinking water each morning. The electricity (including the A/C) only works when you tuck your key plate into the electricity slot inside the door.

The 3-star INN section has much smaller rooms, but with similar amenities to those of the RESORT. There are, however, also smaller balconies, terraces or “French windows”. The INN has, by the way, its own reception and is so run very much as a hotel of its own, but with the outer facilities of the RESORT in common.

The pool area in the main RESORT section is of fair size, as are all the pools, but sun beds around it are too many to my taste; it is a bit cramped and space to move around with the shade under the parasol is limited. The SUNSET section houses a children’s pool/water park complete with two water slides and otherwise lots of space. The nicest place to swim is in my opinion at the INN section, but, of course– that is a matter of taste. The pools are immaculate in every respect, and so is the pool service. The RIHANA has a special towel service: on arrival you’ll get a “towel card” which you, at the pool, trade in for a lush yellow-and-white striped towel. Then, after two days of use, you hand in your towel and get your card back. Next day you start all over again. The towels are of only adequate size, but bring your own towel any way.

Speaking of swimming – there is a 3-minute walk down to the RESORT’s own lagoon beach, complete with shaded sun beds, a beach bar and a divers’ school. Or you may take advantage of the RIHANA’s own hourly and free bus service out to the “real” beach only minutes away. Also there you’ll find the hotel’s fine service: towels, snack bar, free sun beds etc.

Kids are very well taken care of. They have the “Trixie Kids Club” to keep them occupied mornings and afternoons, and a sort of kids’ disco thing in the evening at the “Plaza Theatre” prior to the “grown-up’s” evening show. They also have the pool with the waterslides at the SUNSET, so no need to get bored here.

Common facilities for both the RESORT and the INN sections include two restaurants, the larger “Sunny Restaurant” and the much smaller and more intimate “Plaza Restaurant”. The larger “Sunny Restaurant” is by nature pretty noisy because of its architecture and acoustics, which - in the school season May-August - may turn the place into something like the Cairo main railway station at rush hour, screaming and running kids all over etc. Not exactly my idea of a quiet, nice meal… The much smaller and nicer ”Plaza Restaurant” offers a certain style and intimacy. The food is the same both places, who offer inside A/C as well as outside al fresco dining.

Regarding the meals there is absolutely nothing to complaint about – the food is excellent, in fact, but of course not gourmet. The choice is very good and varied, and at dinner there is even an alcoholic welcome drink waiting for you at the entrance. Delightful!

One has the option of bed & breakfast, half-board (breakfast and dinner) or “All Inclusive” – the latter dominating. The remaining few on other options are supposed to pay for drinks and extras, but at most bars they are not prepared to handle paying guests – most often you are just whiffed away with your drink; it is easier that way. Drink prices for non-“All Inclusive” guests are a bit hefty – a cup of coffee costs EGP 7, and a very small plastic cup of local beer is EGP 10 – and often, when they are busy at the bar, the small plastic cup is filled only half way up!

On Wednesdays the outdoor Bar-B-Que is the big thing. Cooks and chefs line up along the path leading up to the open-air dining area presenting the one delicacy after the other. Great!

There are two speciality restaurants at the RIHANA – the Belgian “Chez Pasqual” and the Italian “Dolce Vita” – for those who want something extra. Meals here are not included. All pension guests may take advantage of El Gouna’s “Dine Around” system. This means a credit voucher of EGP 40 for an “uneaten” dinner at the hotel’s regular restaurants towards the bill for a dinner at “Chez Pasqual” or “Dolce Vita”, or at any of the other El Gouna restaurants participating in the system.
I hear that people rave about the meals at “Chez Pasqual” and “Dolce Vita” – they say it is superb both places.

I would also like to mention the excellent conditions for the handicapped. Guests confined to wheel-chairs have no problems – ground floor terrace/special handicap rooms at the RESORT provide fine access in and out, and even paths, ramps and passages everywhere make it easy to get around to pools and otherwise – except, maybe, at the “Plaza Restaurant”, where there are prohibiting steps. Otherwise, help is always at hand – and with pleasure.

Evenings – each night at 9 p.m., more or less, there is a show at the “Plaza Theatre”, set up by the hotel’s animation team. They do their very best, the facilities taken into consideration. Ambitions are high – there is a “Moulin Rouge” night, a “Lord of the Dance” night and so on. Before or after many guests seep into the nearby watering hole – the “Peanuts Bar”- for a drink or a nightcap. However, the problem here is the awful sound – noise! – level. You’ll see people screaming and shouting at each other because any normal conversation is completely impossible. If the “noise” level was lowered somewhat, if not much, the place would be quite nice. The high “music” level also goes for that of the “Plaza Theatre” to such an extent that it is sometimes impossible to hear what they are playing. The overall choice of music at both places could also be much better. Maybe something for the hotel’s quality control to look into.

However, those who - often very late in their holiday - discover the somewhat difficult-to-find and secluded “Sunset Lounge Bar” will find themselves very comfortable. Here’s no disturbing music or “noise”. It is a sheer bliss. The place is well hidden behind the children’s water slides in the SUNSET section. Go for it – it is a true oasis!

Then there is the hotel’s own bazaar arcade with all its shops offering “everything under the sun” and a little more. Remember to bargain – prices are mostly pretty steep.

To keep track of what is going on when and where there is the “Good Morning” flyer to be had at the breakfast restaurant each morning. Very handy.

And, yes, they have a good wellness section with all the usual trims and tricks, and also other fine options of activity – volleyball, aerobics, dart, yoga, fitness etc. Plus meeting facilities if required.

Now, there is no paradise without a snake or two. The one is the mosquitoes, however mostly in the Spring/early Summer months. In May there were lots of them – in September not a single one. The hotel sets up daily fumigations, sometimes quite spectacular, at 5.00 p.m. in the vain hope of keeping the small vampires at bay. Bathroom windows and balcony/terrace doors have screens to (try to) keep the insects out and away. The second snake – or Egyptian plague! - is the hordes of kids pestering the entire place in the school holiday season. Seniors – check the calendar! Kids are nice one by one or so, but in scores....

Once you have made the El Gouna circuit (EGP 5 for all-day unlimited transportation by bus or boat within the “town” boundary) you have seen most of it, if noall – it is not at all that large – so expect much time to be spent in or around the hotel one way or another. Excursions are limited – there is Red Sea diving for the adventurous, or long and exhausting trips to either Luxor or Cairo. Plus “an evening under the stars with the nomads, complete with camel riding”, etc.

Otherwise – 5 minutes down the road from the RIHANA you'll find El Gouna’s “downtown” area, complete with banks, supermarkets, shops, bazaars, a casino, cafés and restaurants, but not much else. And a mile or so away there is the large marina with its posh shops, expensive restaurants and luxury yachts – good for a visit once.

To sum it all up – if you expect to find Egyptian history and culture, forget El Gouna. If you go for security, nice surroundings and neighbourhoods, cleanliness and lots of greenery, dolphins in the Red Sea, then it definitely is El Gouna. And of course the lovely Three Corners RIHANA RESORT & INN - where else?

Highly recommended! I give them 9 out of 10!
12OCT2010 Odd Hoyholm

The hotel’s web page: www.threecorners.com/hotel.php?hotel=1&lang=en

  • Stayed September 2010, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 October 2010

We actually travelled here in March 2009 as a fairly last minute deal. El Gouna sounded lovely.

The resort was clean and free of bugs which for North Africa in unheard of. They fumigated everyday. Our room was large, with basic bedding and a wrought iron bed which made it look a bit thread bare.

We had a room located near the buffet restaurant and pool areas. It was a short walk to the lagoon beach. In the shopping mall, don't get sucked in by the traders You should always bargain them cheaper!!!

The food was varied every night with a few options cooked right in front of you fresh. The a la carte restaurants were not included in all incl deal but you had to pay the equivalent of £7 (UK money) £49 (Egyptian) each to eat there with reservation.

The pools were clean and had good slides for kids, young and old :o)

One draw back is we were located near one of the bars that had karaoke on or disco on til 11pm or so so if you were not a night owl this may cause some annoyance.

The actual Red Sea Beach is a short bus trip away, provided free by hotel. To be honest El Gouna is still a building site as it is a relatively new town but what is there is lovely and I would definitely say this a good place to chill out and relax. Mahmya island is a great day trip to go on, see if you spot the dolphins on the way home on evening.

  • Stayed November 2009, travelled as a couple
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Property: Three Corners Rihana Resort
Address: Tamr Henna, El Gouna, Hurghada, Egypt
Region: Egypt > Red Sea and Sinai > Hurghada > El Gouna
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#1 Top resorts Hotel in El Gouna
#2 Luxury Hotel in El Gouna
#5 Family Hotel in El Gouna
#5 Romantic Hotel in El Gouna
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:4 star — Three Corners Rihana Resort 4*
Number of rooms: 268
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