5 seems to be the Myer's lucky number: The hotel has 51 rooms that occupy 5 floors and come in 5 categories: classic, comfort, superior, premium, and suite... No two rooms are alike. Each one is unique in terms of space and layout, but all share this in common: high ceilings, warm colours, and refined woodwork. As far as the interior decorating is concerned, management has banked on a classic and elegant setting in both the new and more ancient sections of the hotel. However, the older parts are authentically elegant, whereas the newer rooms are at risk of seeming a little bit kitsch in the eyes of some customers: especially with regard to the curtains, the wallpaper, the armchair... As far as the amenities are concerned, not all the rooms show the same level of sophistication: only 16 have individual air conditioning, whereas the others must make do with a fan. Around 2/3 of the rooms have a mini bar, nearly 80% have a shower, and most don't have a safe. The only items that are found in all the units are the television and the phone. The newer rooms are more fully equipped, with a safe, a mini bar, a bathtub, and even heated floors in some cases.