The guestrooms are quite small and nothing exceptional, but they do not lack charm or comfort. Timbered ceilings, parquet floors and teak furniture, white walls decorated with a wood framed mirror with pretty motifs. There are worse places to spend the night! Of course, the television is not exactly a recent model, but no one comes to Mandalay to watch TV. As for the rest, the air-conditioning, the double bed (or two single beds), the mini-bar fridge, the kettle to make tea or coffee, the tissues, 24/7 room service and the free Wi-Fi Internet connection are all enjoyable extras. On the other hand, there is no balcony or safe and the sound insulation leaves much to be desired. The bathroom is really quite tiny. It is equipped with a toilet, a tropical shower and flexible hose with no separation or curtain, a kimono, flip flops, soap, complimentary mini toiletries and a cute bathing cap. If you are looking for the hair-dryer, it is in the dresser drawer. The four superior rooms (not suites) have the luxury of a bathtub and a balcony furnished with two teak chairs, overlooking the garden.