The 216 guest rooms are spread across all seven floors of the building, the only difference between the Standard and Executive rooms being their size. We were also rather amused to notice the little bear, the symbol of Berlin, encrusted into the wooden doors to the guest rooms. The corridors feature red carpets and lights which come on automatically as you walk by, whilst the interior of the guest rooms are equally modern, complete with parquet flooring, leather-effect walls and light, square-shaped furniture. You'll also find a flat-screen television on one of the walls, along with a reproduction of a colourful modern painting, and a clear chandelier bringing in a touch of old-fashioned style. Other amenities include a conventional mini-bar and a trouser-press, which can come in very handy. Despite being located opposite a major avenue, the double-glazed windows prevent the noise being heard in the guest rooms. If you're after complete relaxation and fancy a visit to the spa, bathrobes are provided free of charge at reception. The bathrooms in the guest rooms, meanwhile, come with a bathtub and shower, a comprehensive selection of hospitality products bearing the hotel's name and a rail for hanging and drying towels, as well as the obligatory make-up mirror and hair-dryer. The area surrounding the washbasin, you'll notice, is an interesting combination of black marble and red floral wallpaper.