Although there are no two rooms the same at sea spray, there are several categories of room which vary in size, amenities and view. The basic room is the compact double and compact it is indeed. You would not want to stay here for more than a couple of nights and if you have a lot of luggage you may want to go for a larger room. They are however extremely well conceived rooms in terms of decoration and theme. Marrakech for example has a regular double bed (which takes up most of the room) dressed in a beautiful Moroccan-style striped throw and cushions and has an exquisite hand-painted folding screen as a headboard. To one side of the bed is a black and white checkered-topped cabinet with tea pot while on the other side you'll find a nargilah. Other North African features include the mirror and wall light, while there is also tea and coffee facilities, wine, minibar, flatscreen television and DVD player. The immaculate bathrooms, tiled in terracotta style slabs, have shower cubicles and Kinu toiletries. Other rooms in the same category include the Indian Summer and Oriental. The luxury double rooms are of a similar size and equally tastefully appointed. The walls of the Geisha room for example display Japanese fans, geta and paintings, while on and around the bed are Japanese cushions and cabinets respectively and behind the door you'll find a kimono. Also in the luxury double category, the bordering-on-kitsch Elvis room complete with full costume (suit plus wig and glasses), guitar, gold discs and other memorabilia relating the King. While the decoration is fairly sober, the outrageousness of the accessories makes it a must for rock and roll fans. Opulence and Indulgence are two examples of a superior suite. The former is not quite as flamboyant as the name suggests, featuring gold and rose gold plaid and cushions, mirrored bedside tables and wall lights with black glass drops, while the latter is more faithful to its name boasting a furry bed throw, red feather lampshades and the ubiquitous Starck chair. Little Venice, still in the same category has a four poster bed, Venetian mask and, like the other suites, a lot more space, partly filled with a chaise longue. The hotel offers two penthouse suites, both American-themed. One is the Manhattan which is a lift-like apartment and has an iPod docking station, a whirlpool bath and many reminders of where this room gets its inspiration such as the Statue of Liberty mural, Breakfast at Tiffany's poster and replica Empire State Building. The other penthouse, the New York boasts a leather bed and a Le Corbusier couch in a separate seating area. Note that none of the rooms have a safe - any valuables you wish to keep safe can be given to reception. One nice touch is the chocolates placed on the pillow every night.