The hotel has no fewer than 546 rooms, each decorated in a classic, understated manner. They consist of 4 categories of accommodation, with 'Standard' rooms overlooking the surrounding city buildings, 'Moderate' rooms enjoying a more interesting view over the street, 'Superior' rooms located in the upper storeys of the building, and 'De Luxe' rooms enjoying more floor space (260 sq ft instead of the usual 215 sq ft). The suites, which vary in size between 366 sq ft and 495 sq ft, are split into three different categories, all of which have a kitchen area and lounge, with a sofa that can be unfolded into an additional bed if required. The bedrooms are comfortable and have a standard television with 40 channels (and the option of watching films for an additional fee), central air-conditioning, a minibar containing a few refreshments, tea and coffee-making facilities, a telephone and an Internet connection. There is also a central control panel for all the lights in the room. The decor in the rooms is simple and dominated by shades of brown, whilst the small bathrooms, which are just about big enough to open the door, contain a low bathtub, a black granite top, a large mirror, a hair-dryer, hospitality products, bathrobes and slippers. 40 of the rooms are adjoining, and room service is available until midnight.