The spacious guest rooms (32m²) are bright and functional, and are decorated with flowers and plants. They include a green carpet, a large flat-screen television with numerous channels such as BBC World and CNN, two queen size beds or one king size bed, a round wooden table, two armchairs, a luggage rack, individual air-conditioning, a wooden desk, a lacquer ice bucket, a digital code safe large enough to store a laptop, a minibar fridge, tea and coffee-making facilities, two bottles of water provided free of charge, and free Wi-Fi Internet access. However, it is a shame that there is no balcony, even though the windows afford a view of Fort Mandalay just opposite. Two paintings add life to the white walls. There are five types of suites, but only some of them have a terrace. Decorated with a painting, the bathrooms are fitted with a bathtub equipped with a flexible shower hose and a shower curtain, a toilet, a telephone, toiletries, a comb, the essentials for brushing your teeth, bathrobes, slippers, and a hair-dryer. The tissues are kept in a pretty lacquer box. Room service is available 24/7.