On entering the room, the most striking thing is the decor or, more to the point, the lack of it. It is basic and some could say old-fashioned, and presents little interest. It is a pity that the Art Deco style has not been carried through into the rooms; instead, they feature shades of yellowish beige and are furnished with an old fashioned armchair in the corner. Having said this, they are provided with all the modern comforts you might expect, including air-conditioning, tea and coffee-making facilities, a television, telephone and Wi-Fi access (for an additional fee). The only positive point, but an important one at that, is the good quality bed, which is most inviting. The bathrooms are unusually small for an American hotel, where things are usually done to a grand scale. Not only is the toilet in the bathroom, it is actually so close to the bathtub that more supple guests will be able to hop quite easily from one to the other!