The hotel rooms are comprised of three main categories, those with floor areas of 452 sq ft and 603 sq ft and those with floor areas of 936 sq ft. This means that the hotel can claim to boast the largest rooms in the upmarket district of Central. The 113 designer rooms provide a real opportunity to relax and unwind in the heart of the city, and the ever-present bay windows are a real pleasure, letting light flood into all the rooms, even the bathrooms. The decor contains a nice degree of contrast, with the dark shades of the parquet flooring on the one hand, and the light colours of the walls and the very comfortable bedding on the other hand. The rooms are all set out differently, and the material and equipment have been selected to keep the environmental impact to a minimum. Luxury equipment and superb products are dotted around all of the hotel rooms, the aim being to stay ahead of the game in terms of aesthetic and technological trends. The hotel rooms were even provided with HD televisions before these became available in the shops, for example. They also have the KEF system to avoid all the unsightly wires between the various electronic appliances - it is ideal because there are so many of these in each of the rooms! Also, the quality of the surround sound is just about as good as it gets! The rooms are provided with CD and DVD players, an Ipod, discreet individual air-conditioning, a telephone, a fax connector and the Internet, while the lounge area, which is decorated in very soft colours, also contains a huge plasma screen (with a pay television system). Touch screens can also be used by guests to adjust the brightness of the many light fittings. There is a small extra desk in the dressing room, as well as two wardrobes and a 'Technology kit' (spare wires and cables).
As for the bathrooms, they include a bathtub, a separate shower and a double washbasin and there is even room for a plasma screen television. The rooms themselves are also provided with a stocked minibar with tea and coffee-making facilities, an alarm clock, a coffee machine (on request), a magnifying mirror, a hair-dryer, classy 'Aromatherapy Associates' hospitality products, bathrobes and slippers.
Each room has its own particular features, which may be superb wood and opaque glass panels opening onto a magnificent cream bathtub, or a little desk and television to separate the bedroom and lounge areas. The famed L600 rooms are particularly sought after on account of their much-talked-about bathtubs, and the walls of the rooms in the corners of the building are decorated with natural materials.
The hotel has 11 suites which enjoy the best positions within the hotel. Each is wonderfully laid out and designed around a superb, quiet space, with refined lines that offer a stylish and sober overall setting. Three televisions can be found in the suites which are organised into three vast areas with a superb bathroom in the middle. Panels make it possible to open or close off the spaces from one another. A dressing room is provided for the ladies and another for the men. Room service is available 24-hours a day, as is the butler service.