There are 279 rooms for the moment; the hotel will be adding another 12 rooms by the end of year 2012. The rooms are split into five categories: standard, superior (30m²), executive (32m²), junior suite (30-40m²) and suite (80m²). There is also a category which the hotel calls 'allergy', with hypoallergenic bedding. All the rooms have double beds consisting of two single beds put together and two single duvets, as per Scandinavian tradition. They all have complimentary tea and coffee-making facilities, mini-bar, safe, flat-screen televisions. All rooms have the possibility of having an extra bed or are equipped with a sofa bed. All rooms except for standard have baths, bathrobes and slippers. The suites are fitted with a kitchen for guests with young children/babies or with special dietary requirements. Most rooms have bathtubs, but make sure to request this at the time of booking if you have a preference. The newly-refurbished rooms are light and airy and roomy although the standard category could do with a bit more space. The colours make a welcome change to the usual neutral tones and browns that have been a running trend in hotel rooms for the couple of years now. The sea blues and red off sets the crisp white linen nicely. The higher the category, the larger the bathrooms, which all have soap dispensers on the wall as opposed to toiletries.