There are essentially three categories of room, with possibilities of single, double and triple occupancy. Many of the rooms have been renovated in recent months and have managed to modernise without losing touch with what the hotel stands for. The renovated standard rooms have been jazzed up with a floral print wallpaper behind the bed while the beds are dressed in quality cotton linens with colourful plaids (which match the cushions and curtains). The furniture consists of dark wood bedside tables, a dresser, a small table and chairs in the corner and a drawer unit upon which is a regular television. Amenities include tea and coffee facilities, telephone, wireless internet access, iron and ironing board and trouser press. The rooms are not the biggest we saw but certainly large enough for a stay of a week or so with plenty or storage space. The simple bathrooms, tiled in white, have bathtub, hairdryer and personalised toiletries. The non-refurbished rooms have all the same amenities and are similar sizes only they are decorated differently and will soon be updated. With a premium room you are guaranteed a sea view as well as a lot more living space as well as attractive wicker furniture in the room and a larger bathroom with classier fittings. The suite, which features an open plan living area, also has a second bedroom with bunk beds for the kids. Due to its classification as a listed building air conditioning has not been able to be fitted although fans are available. All rooms are in tip top condition and have the perfect balance between modernity and tradition which will please guests looking for a true Brighton hotel experience.