All of the 55 rooms at the hotel have been recently refurbished and although they remain fairly basic in the décor and amenities they are in reasonable shape, and, aside from the single rooms, offer ample space for stays of a week or so. As seems to be the theme in several hotels, the standard rooms, like all the others in the hotel, have been livened up with floral wallpaper behind the bed with the rest of the décor fitting in well. Beige carpets are complimented by the similar coloured plaid and cushions on the bed, upon which you'll find your towels. There is a simple desk and mirror opposite the bed and next to this are the tea and coffee facilities on a small drawer unit. Amenities in the room consist of a flatscreen television mounted on the wall, a hairdryer, alarm clock radio and telephone on the bedside table. Some of the standard rooms also have a table and chairs and there are a few with sea view. Unfortunately no effort has been made to brighten up the room with pictures or flowers or the like. The bathroom, a basic one, tiled entirely in white, has a regular shower cubicle and liquid soap fixed into holders. Family rooms with a double and a single bed are available, although try and get one on the first, second or third floors as the one we saw below had a view onto the filthy courtyard. The honeymoon suite has no extra amenities, but the room is much larger and has a king double bed.