There are 61 rooms in total and four categories: small Danish Retro, Danish Retro, Classic Danish and Deluxe Danish. The rooms range in size but in style too. Every room is different. The small rooms are single rooms with 30s and 50s furniture. The Danish Retro is similar in style but is more spacious and has a double bed (staying true to Scandinavian tradition, it is made up of two single beds with single duvets). The classic and deluxe rooms are tributes to the great Danish designers (Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl and Hans J. Wegner for example). Each room from this category is kitted out in as much original furniture from each designer as possible. This is the most popular category for design aficionados. Each room, especially from the classic and deluxe range are works of art in themselves although they can look plain to the untrained eye, so if you're thinking of staying here, make sure you do your homework to truly appreciate the style of your room. The rooms all have flat-screen televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi access, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, a safe and a hairdryer. Worth mentioning is that all rooms have been soundproofed so if you needn't worry about the sound of traffic outside - however, as this is a listed building, permit to install air-conditioning are hard to come by; there is no air-conditioning here, so be prepared for it to be a little stuffy in the summer months. Our favourite room was of course the Verner Panton suite, which is bright, colourful, cosy and spacious as well as an original concept. It feels a lot like being on a tasteful Austin Powers set.