The rooms at the Luxe Manor are split into 5 broad categories, from the 22 'Superior' rooms to the 6 fabulous themed suites. The rooms in the lower category are very small but perfectly charming and full of original touches. Framed prints adorn the walls next to the headboard and the carpeted floors feature cream and brown patterns, whilst the mirror hanging on the wall conceals either a plasma screen television or a computer screen: it's up to you! The little bright red bedside tables contrast against the predominantly white decor, whilst the curved chest of drawers brings a touch of olde-worlde style to the place. It is a shame, though, that the windows do not allow much daylight in. As for the well-appointed square bathrooms, these have been designed to make the most of the tiny area they occupy, with a sliding door, a mosaic tile wall in the (tropical) shower, a large mirror, etc. The 'Premier', 'Studio' and 'Deluxe' rooms are decorated in the same manner; only their respective sizes change,although in the 'Studio' and 'Deluxe' rooms, guests can choose between a king size bed and twin beds. All of the rooms have individual air conditioning, a very well stocked mini bar with tea and coffee-making facilities, a direct phone line, fax connectors, an Internet connection, a hair dryer, bathrobes and slippers, a magnifying mirror, and a set of scales. Be aware, though, the view is very often restricted, especially in rooms on the lower floors. Room service is available from 11:00am to 11:00pm.
Each of the 6 suites provides a completely different but equally enthralling setting, and it'll come as no surprise to learn that the designers were given the carte blanche! Definitely worth checking out! They all have a lounge area, a bedroom area and a separate toilet, and 3 of the suites also have a large bathtub. The 'Liaison' is the romantic suite, with Venetian mirrors and a round bed (which takes up a lot of the space in the room). The 'Nordic' suite is decorated in blue and brown, making for very refreshing surroundings. The idea of ice is represented through the abundant use of blue and transparent plastic in the seats and wash basin in the bathroom, etc. Finally, animal skins cover the king size bed and chairs. The surreal world of the fantastic 'Mirage' suite is designed to make you completely lose sense of your surroundings, with deconstructed and thought-provoking decor that goes beyond appearances. There are some excellent optical effects, such as the door with 4 handles, the broken lamp, the safety-pin lamp, the picture containing the television, and so on. The modern 'Chic' suite is characterised by beautiful geometric contours and the sophisticated use of black and white, whilst the decor in the largest suite, the 'Royal', will plunge you straight into the glamorous world of 1940's Hollywood. Finally, there is the 'Safari' suite, which is the most in demand and understandably so! Its warm and luxurious surroundings make for a Bedouin setting, with sheepskin-covered seats, furniture from the Middle East (superb carved wood panels), a star-studded ceiling to bring to mind the desert night sky, and veils hung up to subtly screen off the various areas of the suite. A touch-screen control is also provided to adjust the brightness of the lights.