The quotations from global literary figures (a different one printed above every headboard) bring a very original touch to the hotel's functional yet welcoming guest rooms. They all enjoy indirect natural lighting, giving them both a dark and warm feel when the curtains are closed. You can choose between rooms that overlook either the Gran Vía, Calle Clavel, or the rather large inner courtyard (although only 6 of the 108 offer this choice). Apart from the literary quotation, the rooms are also noteworthy for the colours of their walls, be they blue, orange, yellow, chocolate brown, or red. Functional, spacious, and welcoming, they are all furnished with a comfortable bed, a minibar, a safe, two telephones, an LCD television, and a sofa. Welcoming and practical as well, the bathrooms are equipped with a telephone-type hair-dryer, a make-up mirror, a selection of hospitality products, a bathtub, and a double wash basin, all set in white azulejos (earthenware tiles). The wardrobes in the bedrooms are concealed behind an opaque glass door and bathrobes are also provided in the superior rooms. Those on the upper floors, meanwhile, boast one added extra, and what an extra it is! If you're lucky enough to get one of these rooms you'll have a jacuzzi and a terrace overlooking the heart of Madrid, or at least the city's rooftops, which, as you'll see, is nothing to be sniffed at! There is even a split-level duplex room tucked away in the tower of the building, which also boasts a lounge area with two terraces, complete with jacuzzi and small solarium area. The hotel's guest rooms are divided into 74 standard rooms, 15 superior rooms (7 with a terrace, 6 with a terrace and a jacuzzi), and finally the split-level duplex room.