Most of the hotel's 131 guest rooms look out over the surrounding rooftops or face the neighbouring buildings. Although they are all relatively big, none of them are the same size (although the price remains the same regardless). Not particularly stylish but definitely functional, they feature very basic decor that includes new carpets, beds, and bedspreads. When it comes to storage space, you'll find little more than a wardrobe, whilst amenities include a television (most of which have a plasma screen and broadcast 9 channels), a safe, tea and coffee-making facilities, a phone, and an iron and ironing board.
The greyish-white tiled bathrooms, for their part, are also rather bland and sparse. They come equipped with a wash basin positioned on a grey marble unit, a large mirror, a hair dryer (wall-mounted), a selection of basic hospitality products, and a bathtub in 80% of them.
The 27 triple and quadruple Georgian-style rooms are more characteristic and much larger, and whilst the decor in these rooms is also rather lacking in the style department, it is entirely different from that found in the other rooms. Do be aware, though, that these smell very strongly of cigarette smoke, and the lack of double-glazing is also a real problem, as the quays are very busy with a stream of cars at all hours of the day and night.
Room service is available during the day.