The hotel's 19 rooms are divided into several categories, each with their own idiosyncrasies and none two decorated in the same manner. They have been named after rivers of the world such as Danube, Rhine and Kodori. The smallest, most basic rooms are the singles which are designed for just one night's stay and have regular bed, hanging space, tea and coffee facilities and a flatscreen television mounted on the wall. The bathrooms are nicely finished and the sink and shower unit have shiny chrome fittings and soap and shampoo in holders. The three double rooms are much bigger and a lot more effort has been put into decorating them. Each one features some of Zoran's handiwork in the doorframes or cabinetry, while they also have large, thick contemporary rugs, beds with either wrought iron or leather ends and a series of attractive prints on the white washed walls. The seating comes in the form of stylish leather or soft armchairs and have flatscreen televisions, DVD players and some funky light fittings. One room, Vedea, has exposed brickwork which lends a warm feeling to the space. The bathrooms are just as sleek as the rooms with their large white or black tiles, stylish sinks and Molton Brown products. One room has got a great star-shaped shower head while another boasts a deep soaking tub. The large doubles, bigger still, are delightfully appointed each with their own 'objets' and tasteful upholstery. Flores has a unique raised living area integrated in the room while Gaula its own private patio complete with garden furniture. Lossie, one of two superior doubles, features a low leather bed and a soaking tub in the room, while the second, Orinoco, has oblique sea views and more of Zoran's masterful solid oak cabinetry. There are a total of eight luxury rooms including Aragon, whose room has a fun rug made from the ends of neck ties as well as its own private sauna and whirlpool, and Wista with its enormous sofa, large flatscreen television and hifi. The hotel's 'pièce de résistance' is Quaile, the duplex room, which not only has a living area, dining table and kitchen, but upstairs has a home cinema with 3D screen, reclining chairs with cup holders and a PS3. The bedroom boasts a low orange leather bed with a deep soaking tub at its foot. This is without doubt one of the finest rooms in Brighton, perfect for that ultimate lazy weekend!