The hotel has a total of 205 rooms that are divided into three categories: standard, business class and suite. The standard rooms are spacious, measuring between 19 and 22 metres squared. Like the downstairs lobby, the décor in the rooms isn't special. There is no art hanging on the walls and the rooms are painted in magnolia with purple, blue and grey soft furnishings. Both twin and double rooms are available with a sofa bed for a third person. The furniture like everything else is overly practical with just a wooden desk and chair, additional table and one soft armchair. The TV is widescreen, but the majority of channels are Polish and there are no films on demand. Wi-Fi is available on a pay-as-you-go basis. There are standard tea and coffee facilities, complimentary bottles of water but no mini bar. In the wardrobe you will find an ironing board, clothes press, additional blankets and pillows. Note that if you are staying on the side of the hotel that sits above the bar and restaurant you may hear the music from downstairs if there is an event on.
Aesthetically, the bathrooms are probably the rooms' best assets. They are spacious, with monsoon showers (that although look nice, can easily flood if you're not careful) complete with heated towel rails and a hair dryer. The main mirror is mounted against a picture of the Arcaded Courtyard of Wawel Castle, a charming addition. Toiletries are complimentary, although the hand wash and shampoo come out of dispensers, meaning you can't take them with you to use on your return journey.