There are 49 rooms in total, with the master suite measuring 20m², which is on the smaller side as far as hotel rooms go, but in the Art Deco district of South Beach, this is something you may need to get used to quickly as the buildings have very strict rules when it comes to altering the internal structure. Most hotels in the area therefore have small rooms. All rooms are painted white; even the floors have been lacquered white. The room is lifted by hot pink curtains. The hot pink is picked out in details all over the room, like bright spots on the ceiling in some, or bedspreads in another. The furniture is either white PVC or antiqued mirror pieces. Some rooms have banquettes, some of which were in a bad state and had been fixed with white or silver duct tape. Every room has a flat screen television, and an iPod docking station. There is a fridge, but a few mini Malibu and packets of crisps lie on the L-shaped shelf that hangs crooked on the wall. Use of the safe is free. In most rooms the blinds are close to coming away from the wall, so do not try too hard to get them to work. The duvets are goose-down filled, making them very cosy.
As you walk into the room, you may be greeted by a lively Ace of Base tune playing on the radio that has been left on to make you feel right at home. For people with restricted movement, there are three adapted rooms, although do check the specifics before booking.
The marble bathrooms are small and compact, but fresh and modern. All have showers and ?One' branded amenities. The round clear glass sinks help in making the small space attractive.