There are 200 rooms kitted out in simple Scandinavian furniture that is true to contemporary yet very basic Danish design. The rooms tend to vary in shape and size but the style remains more or less the same; white walls and linen, red lacquered wardrobe, white tiled floors and a couple of brightly coloured bits of furniture like coffee tables or sofas to add a bit more interest to the space. The rooms are comfortable although we were left disappointed by a few points. The beds usually have reading lamps but one of our rooms was stripped bare of this, meaning that there was only the option of the harsh ceiling light. The windows in the room open fully, but as the courtyard is often noisy downstairs, you may be deterred from letting in some fresh air - alternatively there is air-conditioning for warmer days. The rooms do however come with complimentary earplugs, which is a bit of a giveaway about the hotel atmosphere. If you want to ensure that your nights aren't disturbed by the noise make sure you ask for a room situated on the higher floors. The beds are otherwise comfortable but are made up of the usual two single mattresses and single duvets that is a Scandinavian trend. In terms of categories there are three: standard, superior and executive. The room categories vary greatly from one another. The standard rooms are comfortable but are pretty basic, whereas the rooms of superior categories are more spacious and have a bit more quirk when it comes to the decor. All bathrooms have a slate floor, which is hard to keep black, so don't be surprised to see a chalk-like residue. All bathrooms have powerful showers - but as there is a gap between the doors, no matter how careful you are, expect to transform your bathroom into a paddling pool every time you have a shower. In terms of toiletries there is soap for hands/hair/body in a dispenser on the wall but you will find copious amounts of small bottles of body scrub and moisturiser. The bathrooms can be tiny in the standard rooms, meaning that you have to be good at doing a balancing act between toiletries, wash bags, clean clothes etc.