Taba Heights, Three Corners El Wekala Resort Reviews

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“the staff were very freindly the food was good and the...”

Written on: 20/12/2010 by jeanjeannie (1 review written)

the staff were very freindly the food was good and the entertainments team were brilliant they had so much energy and were very polite the room was lovely with the cleaning staff leaving alligators and swans made with towels amazing the guy behind the pool bar was hilarious he made us laugh every time we saw him the pool guy who gave you your towels every day was a delight not a bad thing to say about this resort… Read Full Review

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“This is a truly fantastic hotel, the staff could not...”

Written on: 18/11/2010 by tblackers (1 review written)

This is a truly fantastic hotel, the staff could not do enough for you so friendly and welcoming. The rooms and buildings felttruly egyptian as apposed to some of the larger hotels that all look the same. Walking over a bridge to our room which had a domed ceiling really started the holiday off to a magical start. The pools at the hotel and beach are clean and well maitained the animation staff will keep you occupied the whole time or just let you relax whichever you choose. The food was… Read Full Review

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“To us the hotel is fantastic it looks nice from the...”

Written on: 28/03/2008 by big momma (1 review written)

To us the hotel is fantastic it looks nice from the outside and on the inside. There isn't much to do in the evening, there is a little entertainment in the ampitheatre some nights which is good. The "Oriental night " is brill with a whirling dancer, not to be missed. This time we went we took our 14 year old daughter I thought she would be boared but she loved it, swimming, snorkeling and being told how beautiful she was everyday really made her holiday. The shops at the back of the hotel are… Read Full Review

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“This hotel is very nice, but there is too little to...”

Written on: 17/09/2007 by judyb (1 review written)

This hotel is very nice, but there is too little to see near by, the beach and snorkeling is great, I just wish the food was hot… Read Full Review

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“3 Adults, 3 children ages 14,18,20. ”

Written on: 13/03/2007 by kayway90 (1 review written)

3 Adults, 3 children ages 14,18,20.
This was our second holiday at this hotel and we took the kids this time, or should I say young adults.

This hotel is not on the sea front but what makes up for this is the fact that it is very much a smaller hotel and very friendly. It has a heated pool and yes it was heated when we where there.

You do not need to take a towel as they provide you with a beach towel card, they even provide towels at the beach.

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Rachelrjw1's Response to kayway90's Review

Written on: 29/07/2007

Hi
<br/>Myself and my husband are due to go here in 3 weeks time, this will be our first time to Egypt! Very nervous and excited, can you tell me if you tip in English or Egyptian. So we don't need to take towels? Can we get a Visa when we are there.
<br/>Thanks, I found your info very useful.

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Kayway90's Response to kayway90's Review

Written on: 09/08/2007

hi again, it really does not matter.. I will not be taking Egyptian £ as exchange rate in uk is very poor.. you can get Egyptian £ at Resort at the back of the hotel in the bank. and at a lot better exchange rate. thats what we shall do when we go back in Nov. $ are good for trips with MAX. as the $ against the Egyptian £ is better then £ against the Egyptian £. All in all. i know it seems a bit confusing. but you can not go wrong with taking $ and English £.
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<br/>Have a great relaxing hols
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<br/>Diane

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Rachelrjw1's Response to kayway90's Review

Written on: 01/08/2007

Thanks once again very useful. I have read on some sites that you should take dollars and not Egyptian money is this right, I am getting so confused on what money to take? I was going to take Egyptian but debating whether to take dollars and euros now.
<br/>We just want a nice relaxing holiday where there is sun sea and sand can't wait to do a bit of snorkeling - really excited.
<br/>Thanks
<br/>Rachel

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Kayway90's Response to kayway90's Review

Written on: 31/07/2007

Hi, glad you found my review useful, you can tip in both. Tip £1 when maids take case to your room that is more then enough for them and they will be very happy with that. They do not expect you to tip all the time. We only tipped at the end and they still gave us brilliant service. Visa's you have the option to buy them at the airport on your arrival, which we did. You only need one if you go outside of the Sinai, i.e Cairo. Don't forget to go with Max if you go on trips they are loads cheaper and better value. We are going back in Nov ,Feb and May. I Cannot wait. Remember though that there is not much there, we go to get away from it all and relax.
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<br/>Hope this helps need any more info please ask.

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