The layout and decoration of this hotel both different, and inviting.
It is in a fine district where there are a number of other hotels including several five star facilities such as the Sonesta St. George. This area of Luxor is well suited to tourists, with small food markets, mall-like facilities selling various souvenirs, and cyber cafes all about. However, Luxor is not that large of a city, and the downtown area is within walking distance.
The hotel consists of 55 rooms including three suites. Bamboo style furnishings convey a relaxed, laid back atmosphere, while all the normal amenities are present. The rooms are air-conditioned, have satellite color televisions, in room video players, private baths and a minibar. The rooms are very clean, and updated with modern phones and new bathroom fixtures. All rooms either overlook the Nile River, or the swimming pool
The Gaddis has two restaurants, as well as two bars, and the somewhat unusual layout of the hotel does really invoke a bit of an adventurous feeling. After all, one may find "English Pub" bars all over Egypt.