A range of accommodations are on offer to suit both the business and leisure traveller and differ in size, amenities and view. The basic room is of a generous size and is available as a single, twin, double or family. The renovated rooms have a warm red and orange colour scheme with the bed's plaid, the cushions, the curtains, lamps and carpet motif all adhering, along various hues, to this concept. The beds, dressed in quality cotton linens, are framed at the head by dark wood paneling which integrate spot lights for reading. Each has a small seating area with two armchairs and a table and amenities include flatscreen television, alarm clock, tea and coffee facilities, iron and ironing board, safe and minibar. Some of the family rooms are quite tight for space so if there are more than three of you ask for one of the more spacious ones. The spotless bathrooms in the basic rooms are tiled modestly in white and have a round sink on a dark wood vanity. There are bathtubs with shower and the toiletries come from Crabtree & Evelyn. The deluxe rooms are divided into those with a sea view and those without. They are much more spacious than the standard rooms and share all the same amenities and boast in addition a more spacious living area and in some cases a balcony on which it is just possible to sit and have a drink looking on to the two piers. Several of these rooms have a larger bathroom, so ask when booking to be placed in one of these if you require more space. The largest rooms, the suites, have a reasonable sized bedroom plus a separate lounge with sofas, coffee tables and its own television. Its bathroom enjoys extra comforts such as separate bath and shower, double vanity, scales and bathrobes and slippers. The condition in all of the rooms, whether renovated or not, is impeccable and we saw no evidence of wear and tear.