The hotel's 109 guest rooms are housed in 3 separate sections, namely the Palace wing, the Garden wing and the Villa Lapa (built in 2002), each decorated differently. The decor in the Villa Lapa is more traditionally Portuguese, and all the rooms in this part of the hotel have a television, DVD-player, MP3-player, Nespresso coffee machine and high-quality tea. An Internet connection is also available, though this does incur an additional charge. A complimentary bottle of Port, some truffles and Pasteis de Nata, traditional Lisbon pastries, will also be waiting for you on your arrival. The Moorish-style bathrooms have a shower and a bathtub, a hair-dryer, hospitality products (including a toothbrush, toothpaste, foam bath, body lotion, etc.) and scales. Some of the rooms are more original, or simply different, from the others, such as one suite which comes complete with a kitchenette, or the room in the tower, so called because the room extends into the adjoining tower, offering panoramic views over Lisbon and the Tagus. The Royal Suite, where De Niro, Tina Turner, Catherine Deneuve, George Bush and even Robin Williams have stayed, is a little more flashy, with Louis XV-style decor and a large panoramic terrace.