If you've read some of our other Brighton bed and breakfast reviews, you won't be surprised to learn that the number of rooms at Square is nine. These are divided up into three categories: standard city view, king with oblique sea view and the reverse penthouse. Each room has been individually decorated and has one feature wall with a floral (or other) print wallpaper, king beds with white leather headboards and hardwood flooring. The bedding is crisp white sheets topped with a plaid and fluffy cushions which match not only the feature wallpaper but (sometimes) also the artwork and furniture upholstery. Every room also has some sort of designer seating, whether it be a brown suede corner couch or perspex armchairs which resemble suction caps. Amenities include flatscreen television and DVD player, tea and coffee facilities, fan and storage space in various forms including a mirrored cabinet and an antique wardrobe. There is artwork too in each of the rooms, some of which is erotic, the rest of which are modern pieces by local artists. One of the rooms boasts a uSpace Well-being chair massage chair. The bathrooms are tiled in black and have mosaic-topped vanities, deep soaking tub or monsoon shower and Molto Brown toiletries. The hotel's unique selling point is its reverse penthouse so called as it's found in the basement. The transparent, multi-coloured illuminated stairs leading down to it take you straight into the kitchen which is fully equipped and features a central sink unit with storage below. TO one side of this is the lounge area with sofas, shag pile carpet and flatscreen television, while to the other side is a dining table over which is a glass atrium. The bedroom, entered into through a curtain of fine black cords, has a low king bed with luxurious plaid and cushions and boasts a bathtub within the room as well as its own television and cordless phone. Artwork in the penthouse recalls the paintings of Hopper and there are other 'objets' such as vases and statuettes adorning tables and sideboards. This is arguably one of the finest accommodations in the city.