Snooze offers six rooms, each with their own distinctive character as well as two new 70s style suites on the top floor. There is no category system here aside from the distinction between the guest rooms and suites, although guests may want to choose their room according to the different themes of the rooms. Every room is equipped with tea and coffee facilities, digital radio, hanging space and vintage or antique seating in some form or another. A nice touch is the love hearts and lollipop left on each bad with the towels every night. None of the rooms have a telephone while ironing boards can be taken from under the stairs provided you place them back once you've finished and valuables can be left with Tony or Paul. Room 1 is described as 'up market flea market' and the walls are adorned with vintage metal advertisements for various products and service from drinks to hairdressers to motorcycles, picked up by the owners from markets over the years. The hanging space is open and comprises two vertical chains with hangers attached to them at intervals. Two red Chesterfield armchairs are placed in front of the window and the television is placed on a rustic-looking cabinet. Room 2 is decorated with wallpaper from the 1970s nailed to which are three ducks placed in such a way as to make them look as if they are flying off up into the sky. The main features of this room are the book swap scheme, the collection of clocks above the fireplace and the retro sofa in brown corduroy. Rooms 4's (no, we didn't make a mistake, there is no Room 3) wallpaper is something akin to a Delftware motif, while here the main features are the stamp collage above the bed, the floral ceramic sink within the room and the armchair upholstered in a turquoise leaf print velvet. Rooms 5 smacks of the 1960s with loud orange, yellow and brown wallpaper, tiger print plaid and an old school locker unit which serves as a wardrobe. Room 6 plays on tones of red and has black and white female nudes above the bed, framed in gold. The final room, number 7, is a colour clash with a blue fireplace, a pink swing-door wardrobe and walls painted in red, orange and pink. The room also has a collection of old adverts from around Asia. The two new suites at the top of the hotel are themed 1970s. One features a Neapolitan stripe pattern on chocolate brown walls and a low bed whose base has been covered by the carpet that lies on the floor. Its bathroom is tiled in small black mosaics and has a shower cubicle and shiny fittings. The other has the same format, but its colour scheme is black and white and is slightly more refined in terms of its décor. Each has extra amenities such as iPod docking station, DVD player and bathrobes.