The hotel's 90 rooms are spread over its five floors. There are for the most part basic rooms with little imagination having gone into the décor, although some have been renovated and are much sharper and brighter. The standard rooms, all of which should be renovated by the end of 2010, are painted white with one side being covered in a feature wallpaper of an ivory base and a white floral motif on top. The bed is dressed in simple white sheets, while the headboard is in a grey velour-type material. The seating is upholstered in red leather and there is also a desk and wardrobe for storage. Amenities include complimentary water, tea and coffee facilities, flatscreen television and trouser press. Despite having been renovated and therefore looking fresher, there is still a lack of effort in terms of decoration or embellishment, which is a shame, as flowers, a few pictures and a plaid or vase here and there would make a world of difference. The bathrooms are tiled simply in white and have a bathtub and toiletries in holders attached to the wall. Some rooms at the front of the hotel and therefore with a sea view, have wooden four-poster beds, but no extra amenities. Similarly, family rooms do not enjoy any extra amenities, just more space and an extra single bed in addition to the regular double. The largest room, the honeymoon suite, while very bright and having a sea view and small (inaccessible) balcony, is rather tired, with furniture which has seen better days and walls which could do with a lick of paint. The main bedroom features a four-poster bed, at the foot of which are three red leather armchairs and a coffee table. Opposite, at the bay window is the flatscreen television, while over to one side is a desk over which looms a lamp stand. There are a few extra amenities such as an iPod docking station and a long open hanging space with a butler and fan. There is a separate room with two single beds for kids or guests while the bathroom, tiled nicely in brown, has a bathtub with sleek fittings and a monsoon shower, but very basic toiletries.