The 111 very basic but functional guest rooms come in two categories, namely standard and 'Executive' (of which there are 32), with two of these providing disabled access. There are also ten triple rooms, but the three single beds are squashed into the same sized space as the double rooms, so the beds are too close to each other. On top of that, the double-glazing lets plenty of noise in from the street below. The basic rooms have blue carpeted floors and white walls, and amenities include a television broadcasting 12 channels, a desk, tea and coffee-making facilities and a telephone, whilst the safe is available in reception. The small bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub, a large mirror, a hair-dryer, a storage cupboard and basic hospitality products.The 'Executive' rooms are, of course, larger than the others and were renovated more recently than the standard rooms. Room service is available for breakfast.