Sct Thomas looks like a large house from the exterior. Up the stairs through the front door, is the reception to the left and straight on you'll find the small lobby area with a couple of computers and pamphlets, magazines etc. about things to see and do in the city. There is also a coffee machine (a coffee costs £1). The lobby area feels a bit like a doctor's surgery, but the atmosphere is a lot cosier due to the aged teak furniture used. One feature that you'll notice throughout the hotel is the lighting. Magnificent wooden lampshades adorn the hotel, giving its otherwise plain interiors more of a design-aspect. They also help to soften the light and create a warmer atmosphere. The lighting features are all designed and handmade by one of the owner's friends, Tom Rossau. You'll find his showroom, Rune Design, on Istedgade in Vesterbro. Otherwise, back to the hotel, there are three floors for the time-being and a fourth floor will be renovated with an extra 15 rooms to rent. Apart from the lovely breakfast room in the basement, there are no other facilities to speak of, but, as Thurgut, one of the owners, told us, their aim is to "get people out exploring Copenhagen!" so their aim isn't keeping their guests at the hotel, but "whatever the guests want can be provided - as long as it"s legal!", he jokes. Guests can also rent bikes for 100 Kroner from reception.