We, an American family, booked a suite for three nights consisting of two bedrooms sufficient for four people, and a sitting area which had only two uncomfortable chairs, a little table, and a TV. But the beds were comfortable. One of the bedrooms had a truly marvelous view of the Nile, but the windows were very dirty, spoiling the view. In the second bedroom the HVAC did not work. The bathroom had a cramped small shower but was otherwise okay. There was plenty of hot water. The room phone didn't work, so we would have to go down to the lobby to speak to a concierge. Some of the employees at the front desk spoke English but a number of them could just barely do so. Check-in starts at 14:00 and we arrived at 15:00, and yet still had to wait for about 35 minutes to be admitted to our suite. The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner (not lunch} for buffet-style serve-yourself meals. They were not good. After having had the breakfast and the dinner once each, we did not return. There is a food court nearby, but food there was only a little better, and the atmosphere was very chaotic.