Every one of the Pelirocco's 19 themed rooms is different, and has their own peculiarities, although for the most part they share exactly the same amenities. There are five single rooms, including the Rough Trade Rough Nite, dedicated to the record shop in West London, which features a record deck with Rough Trade promos to play, and the Ali and Sputnik rooms, dedicated to the boxer and space travel respectively. One of the most popular rooms in the hotel is the Soul Supreme, dedicated to Motown and which has a purple and gold mural of The Supremes behind the bed. A pair of gold curtains can be drawn to close off the bed from the rest of the room, where you will find a small bench with record shaped cushions, loads of Motown records and a player to spin them on, a display of record jackets and photos of some famous artists from the label on the lilac walls. In one corner you'll find the flatscreen television and PS2, tea and coffee facilities (with Smarties!) and a mirror with four bare light bulbs above, as you would expect to find in a dressing room. The room, which is very popular with the bands mentioned above, has a small, basic bathroom all in white with a shower cubicle and unbranded toiletries. The ultra-kitsch Pin Up Parlour, dedicated to Diana Dors, features a lavishly dressed king bed with fluffy-edged drapes above the bed, lamps with the actress' model on their base, a false Roman bust with flowers coming out the top and a commode upholstered in a royal blue print fabric. There are pictures of the former British sex symbol around the room, up on the loud yellow and gold or ivory and caramel print wallpaper while the rest of the amenities remain the same (aside from the record player). Pussy, named after the shop in The Lanes which designed the room, is shocking pink and has a tropical beach scene on the wall behind the bed. On the walls are canvases of Brighton beach scenes and the door of the bathroom, which is a little larger than most, has a pool ball handle. Another double room is the Stoli Salon. Dedicated to the former USSR, it has Soviet posters, Russian doll cushions and bottles of Stolichnaya in small alcoves in the wall. Betty Page is immortalised in Betty's Boudoir, painted in green and featuring leopard skin couch, commode and folding screen as well as handcuffs and a small hole in the bathroom door for peep shows. The flagship room however is the Playroom suite, which has its own entrance from the street. It boasts an eight foot round bed with a mirrored canopy above, a separate living area and a dancing pole. It is also equipped with a deep soaking tub and double monsoon shower.