The 20 rooms at Drakes are all decorated in a similar fashion with cream walls, European Elm paneling, recycled bamboo floors and hints of red throughout. The lines are clean, the design modern yet timeless and the amenities top draw. The two standard rooms, which are on the ground floor (one city view, one sea view), are of a generous size compared to many others of the same category in Brighton and feature queen vi-spring beds dressed in quality cotton linens upon which you'll find bathrobes and slippers, bedside tables with telephone and iPod docking station, two leather armchairs around a table with complimentary water and tea and coffee facilities, a desk with Brighton rock sweets, flatscreen with satellite television and air conditioning. The bathroom is actually a wetroom and boasts a monsoon shower head, hairdryer and The White Company toiletries. The bijou rooms, on the first, second and third floors are larger and have free standing baths on red podiums within the bedroom, as well as a separate wetroom; although they don't have a sea view. The two sea view attic rooms, one of which has an en suite bathroom, the other a free standing bath and separate wetroom, each has a balcony looking onto the seafront, although there is not quite enough space to place furniture out there. The ying yang rooms are interconnecting double and single rooms which are perfect for a family, while the king size doubles, which have city views, have staircases leading down to traditional bathrooms. The circular sea facing king room, of which there are three, has a moulded wedding cake-like ceiling, Nobilis armchairs and furniture and the free standing bathtub in the window. The feature room boasts a super king size bed, double vanity and a shower big enough for two.