71 rooms make up the inventory of the Iberotel Lido, 69 of which are standard, with two suites available right by the swimming pool. The standard rooms, which, while not the biggest in the resort are perfectly habitable for long stays, have an orange colour theme with coordinated upholstery, linen and wall paint. They are appointed in a basic fashion with table and chairs, a simple desk and a round column cabinet to accommodate the television. A minibar is stashed away in the panel next to the window. The bathroom is fairly pokey, but clean, and has toiletries, hairdryer and shower cubicle as well as pretty Moroccan style tiling. Those standards without a balcony instead have chairs outside the front of the rooms on the decking. The suites are perhaps twice the size of the standard rooms and feature a lounge area with comfortable furniture, tea and coffee facilities and a flatscreen television. Other extras include bathrobes and slippers, complimentary water and a long balcony with the bright green chairs featured elsewhere in the hotel. The bathroom is sizeable and boasts a large bathtub and long sink unit with more of the same Moroccan tiling. All rooms have a safe.