The hotel has 26 rooms divided into five different categories: back view, oblique sea view, sea view, boutique and penthouse. All rooms are decorated and appointed in a similar way with pale and dark peach coloured walls, cheap wooden furniture including drawers, bed side table and chairs (in some rooms these are wicker) and either carpet or wooden flooring. The beds are dressed in decent linens and have on them your towels and toiletries nicely laid out. All rooms also have a flatscreen television, tea and coffee facilities and telephone while some of the larger ones also have DVD players and a balcony with furniture looking onto the sea. The bathrooms, some of which are actually wet rooms (not very practical), are standard affairs with open showers and some are in need of renovation as the signs of wear and tear are starting to show. The largest room, the penthouse, has a separate salon with leather armchairs and sofas, a hifi, sofa bed for extra guests, iron and ironing board, a cordless phone, fridge and a heater and fan (none of the rooms have a/c). The room itself boasts a four-poster bed and its bathroom has a bidet and a skylight meaning plenty of natural light filing the room. While it is the largest room, the term penthouse is likely to disappointment most who take this room as the décor is less than impressive and you can find far better rooms in Brighton at the same price (perhaps not with the same view).