The 138 guest rooms are divided into three categories (Executive, Superior and Deluxe), in addition to one penthouse.
The bay windows offer views from both sides of the building, with some rooms pleasantly overlooking St. Stephen's Green and others with views of the hotel's beautifully simple garden where peace reigns supreme. Each guest room is adorned with an orchid, and the consistency of the decor is sure to win over guests who appreciate a geometrical, contemporary designer setting. In addition to the green, purple and brown fitted carpet patterning matched by the curtains, there are purple sofas and a gilded baroque mirror ("Gilt Edge"), a cushioned headboard, plenty of storage space in the wooden cupboards, and so on. The hotel's signature can be found everywhere, even on the wall lamps. The amenities are discreetly concealed, and include a widescreen plasma television (18 channels including a film channel and a sports channel), a trouser press, safe, mini bar, telephone, CD player, individual air conditioning, and an iron and ironing board.
The tiled bathrooms are not very large, but they are well laid out with a bathtub, a black granite counter, bathrobes and slippers, an anti-mist mirror and beauty mirror, a hair dryer, and H2O welcome toiletries. They even include a music system.
The Superior rooms not only have more space than the Executive rooms, but they all also come with a balcony. However, apart from the four-poster bed, the decor is the same.
The Deluxe rooms all enjoy an impressive location on the St. Stephen's Green side and those on the 5th floor include a particularly large balcony. Fortunately, they are too high up for the noise of traffic to be a nuisance, and the view over the Green at the heart of the capital is unbeatable. The balconies on the 4th floor rooms are smaller, but the rooms themselves are more spacious.
24-hour room service and a butler service are available.