The hotel counts 511 rooms decorated in a simple and modern fashion. On top of the three room categories (141 standard rooms between 205 sq ft and 250 sq ft, 264 rooms between 250 sq ft and 280 sq ft and 106 premium lounges between 250 sq ft and 280 sq ft), there are also 23 suites. The higher up the room, the higher the price. The standard room is rather small. It is simple, very practical and comfortable, but doesn't have any distinguishing features. The views are also very varied. The standard rooms have a flat-screen television on the wall with numerous channels, and a light wooden desk (same as the bed head) that covers the length of the window bay. It is a pity that there is no double glazing though. if you are looking for an adaptor plug, a concealed cabinet in the desk reveals all sorts of adaptors. As for the bed linen, the white bedding stands out nicely from the pale green wall-to-wall carpet. You will also find an iron and an ironing board, individual air-conditioning, a very well stocked minibar with tea and coffee-making facilities, Internet access (ADSL and WiFi) a direct telephone line and a free safe. In regards to the bathrooms, they are rather small, but pleasant and very clean. Fortunately sliding doors have been fitted (made of light-coloured wood, as in the rest of the private quarters). They have a large tropical shower, a white vanity unit, a rectangular sink, a big mirror, a hair-dryer and a complete set of hospitality products and slippers, etc. The premium lounges are a bit different from the other rooms in terms of style; they are more traditional with warmer colours, mixing white, grey and orange. They benefit from a better location in the building, their bay windows are bigger and they have more services on offer. Room-service is available around the clock.