The 191 guest rooms and suites are divided into various categories. The 'Madina Deluxe' rooms are actually the standard rooms and have a city view. To have a Nile view, you have to choose either a Superior or a Deluxe room. What you can be sure of is that there is no lack of space (the rooms measure between 33 and 36m˛) or amenities, which include: a large flat-screen television, large safe, free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, Hi-Fi stereo, mini-bar with free non-alcoholic drinks, film library (also free), concierge and 24/7 room service. The decor is of the contemporary European style, but is more plush than it is minimalist. The first impression it gives off is one of comfort but, unfortunately, overall it lacks a bit of personality. What we really liked, though, was the free room service for hot drinks, cold water and non-alcoholic beverages. You might like to keep in mind: only the Deluxe rooms (Madina or Nile) have a balcony.
In addition to the 136 guest rooms, there are 55 suites that are divided into 6 categories, ranging from the "simple" Madina Junior Suite (65m˛) to the very exclusive Imperial Suite (300m˛). The Deluxe suites (Madina or Nile view) measure 100m˛ and are simply lovely. The more traditional decor, the kitchen, the balcony, and the separate bedroom are perfectly pleasant - if you can afford it!