The establishment has 171 guest rooms, most of which are in the standard category, and two suites. All of them offer the same amenities but the size of the room depends on the number of guests: single, double, or double family. If not all then most of them include large adjustable beds (1.8x 2m if it's a double) with warm duvets, a cosy armchair, a kettle (with courtesy tea and coffee), a stereo with a CD player, a free safe and minibar, an iron and an ironing board, a make-up mirror, and a hair-dryer. The bathrooms offer a nice selection of hospitality products that are replenished free of charge. A bathrobe and a pair of slippers are also available for free, upon request. The rooms have air-conditioning but also feature a fan, which is ideal especially when the heat of Madrid gets too much to stand. The large mirror integrated in the headboard is quite the touch and adds to the general feeling of grandeur. The rooms on the 8th floor have a balcony, while those on the 10th include a terrace, with those overlooking the Gran Via being mostly double family rooms and views of the Plaza de Mostenses available from almost all of them in general. If you want a more private view, there are two rooms on each floor that look out onto an interior courtyard. Overall though, you'll appreciate the good soundproofing and the double-glazed windows that protect guests from the noisy neighbourhood surrounding the hotel, and you'll also have the opportunity to select your pillow, upon request.