The 13 rooms at the Patio are fairly basic affairs, with modest décor and upholstery and are in need of a little updating. They are all painted in a similar garish pinky peach colour and much of the furniture covers and bed linen match. They are appointed with queen size beds, each one flanked by simple bedside tables featuring lamps and a telephone. Some of the larger rooms have a set of table and chairs while the rest have a flatscreen television, heater, fridge, open closet and, brightening up the room, modern canvases on the wall. Those rooms for three to four people (some of which would struggle to accommodate as many) have an extra bed which also serves as a couch while some have a fourth bed which folds down from the wall above the third single bed. We noticed that while the rooms were clean, some of the carpets were a little stained and the wood work needed a new coat of paint. In terms of the bathrooms, the story is much the same. They were perfectly functional yet a little dated. All in white, they have basic toiletries, soap dispensers, hairdryers and depending on the room, a small shower cubicle or regular bathtub. Most of the rooms are located in the main building, although some are situated at the back of the hotel around the courtyard. There are plans for some of the older bathrooms to be redone before the end of 2011.The hotel does not have any rooms put side for guests who use wheelchairs.