Five categories make up the hotel's 305 rooms, the smallest of which, the superior room, is actually quite pokey when compared to the rest of the standard rooms in Sharm and would not look out of place in a major European city. Despite its size the superior has a pleasant feel with good quality linen and bright curtains and pictures livening up the room. There is just enough space to walk around the bed past the dresser and baggage stand (both marble-topped) while the small balconies (fifth floor only) have sea views. The bathrooms, while small, have walk-in showers with glass doors, bowl shaped wash basins, toiletries and hairdryers and are in decent condition. Deluxe rooms, the next category up, share the same specifications although are slightly bigger and can accommodate up to four people (one of which should be a child). The middle category, Royal Club offers more comfort in the form of a king size bed, a couch and coffee table, flatscreen television with DVD player, tea and coffee facilities, a good range of branded toiletries and a tub in the bathroom. For even more space and luxury go for the junior or presidential suites. All rooms are equipped with safe, fridge or minibar and air conditioning.