Cooks Club El Gouna

Cook's Club El Gouna

Cook’s Club El Gouna Coming Summer 2019

Cook's Club El Gouna

Cook’s Club El Gouna is only a short walk from the hotel you find everything you can ask from a modern holiday destination, restaurants, supermarkets and galleries. And on the nearby Zeytouna Island you also find some of the best snorkeling and kite surfing in El Gouna, well worth a visit!

At the heart of Cook’s Club El Gouna is the Cantina – a mecca of flavors and colors. Here you can get fresh local and international dishes from different food station. There is something for all tastes and wishes and you can choose between vegan to meat, from light snacks to a full meal.

By the pool you can enjoy relaxed tunes and more speedy beats played by handpicked DJ’s and sip on fresh juices and tasty cocktails created by Berlin-based barkeeper David Wiedemann at the Captain Cook’s pool bar. If you feel like relaxing at the beach you find a lovely sandy beach just a quick walk from Cook’s Club El Gouna.

For the active guest at Cook’s Club El Gouna the hotel has a lot to offer. Here you can play tennis or join a fitness class and much more. If you feel like relaxing the hotel offer a lot of different treatments such as massage, manicure and pedicure.

Cook’s Club  is an adults only hotel, with age limit 16 years.

Cook's Club El Gouna

El Gouna is an Egyptian tourist resort, developed and owned by the Sawiris’ Family, Samih Sawiris and Orascom Hotels and Development. Established in 1989 it is located on the Red Sea in the Red Sea Governorate of Egypt, 20 kilometres (12 miles) north of Hurghada. It is part of the Red Sea Riviera.

El Gouna specializes in watersports, including scuba diving, windsurfing, kitesurfing, waterskiing, parasailing and snorkelling. There are two main beaches: Zeytuna Beach located on its own island and Mangroovy Beach. A network of canals allows many houses to have their own strip of beach, even hundreds of metres inland. Most of these canals are crossed by small stone bridges.

There are three centralized areas in El Gouna, housing shops, bars and restaurants: Downtown, Tamr Henna square and the Abu Tig Marina.

There are 18 hotels (some of which were designed by the American architect Michael Graves) with 2,895 rooms rated from one star to five stars. A six-star hotel is currently under development next to the Abu Tig Marina Extension.

El Gouna hosts a golf course designed by Gene Bates and Fred Couples. A second golf course real estate project, Ancient Sands Golf Resort, designed by acclaimed golf course architect Karl Litten, is opened in 2012.

El Gouna has a fully equipped hospital that can handle many medical treatments including dentistry, plastic surgery, pediatrics, ophthalmology and general surgery. It also features an intensive care unit and a decompression chamber in case of diving accidents. The town hosts the El Gouna International School, a campus of the TU Berlin an Environmental Geographic Information System and a small private airport for charter aircraft. There are also three marinas: Abydos marina, the Abu Tig Marina and the Abu Tig Marina Extension, currently in its last phase of construction, which can receive super yachts.

The town also houses a small museum with some 90 exhibits (including statue replicas and an exhibition hall of contemporary Egyptian paintings by Hussein Bikar) which opened in 1996.

Other attractions and activities around town include a small aquarium, a go-kart track, a paintball arena, tennis courts, horse stables and a football stadium. The local football team El Gouna FC currently plays in the Second Division. It also has a Coptic Church, the Church of St. Mary and the Archangels.

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