Three Cities Gateway Hotel
About Three Cities Gateway Hotel
The Three Cities Gateway Hotel is the only hotel to be conveniently attached to the famous Gateway Theatre of Shopping. The hotel appeals to a range of travellers, from corporate to leisure, and family holidaymakers.
Accommodation types at the Three Cities Gateway Hotel cater to a wide range of guest preferences. There are 146 rooms in total, including 38 Superior rooms, 103 Standard rooms, three junior suites, 12 sets of inter-leading rooms, and 2 rooms exclusively catered to physically challenged guests.
Appealing to both the leisure and business market, the Gateway Hotel allows its guests instant access to the entertainment of the Gateway Theatre of Shopping. For those looking to keep their children occupied, this hotel is for you. A wonderful and central venue for business men and women, the Gateway Hotel is soon to become the preferred venue for conferences and business meetings.
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