The hotel has 250 guest rooms. They are divided into three categories, but all of them have a balcony. The guest rooms on the left side of the hotel overlook the Acropolis, while those on the right have a view of Lycabettus Hill.
The classic room is 25m², including the bathroom. The latter includes a small bathtub and a small shower, as well as a sink and toilet. The decor is neat and efficient but lacks personality. Most of the basic amenities are provided: cable television, minibar, air-conditioning, safe, hair-dryer. It is a shame that the Internet is still charged extra. In the bedroom, the furniture is all wood, and brown tones dominate the room.
The 10 suites have a light wood floor with red bedspreads and cushions. Everything seems like it comes from a high-end furniture catalogue. There is also a desk, a dressing room, and a double wardrobe which are not featured in the classic rooms.
The most recent guest rooms are the Executive ones. There are 60 of them, all the same size as the other room but slightly more classy. However, compared to other categories they are not worth the additional ?30 (£24).