A total of 88 rooms make up the inventory of the 6 Columbus. The standard room, the POD, while not enormous, is meticulously appointed with teak walls, custom made Sferra linen, a well-stocked minibar with Dean and Deluca and Eli Zabar snacks, iPod docking station, flatscreen television and, as is every room, a Guy Bourdin print. Bathrobes, safe and an umbrella can be found in the closet (iron and ironing board on request) and there is extra storage space under the bed. The bathroom, whose dark blue rectangular tiles have been laid rebelliously in a vertical position rather than the more orthodox horizontal fashion, features a round mirror with an illuminated white light ring (perfect for slapping on make-up) as well as toiletries from the oldest apothecary in New York, C.O. Bigelow and soap from Gilchrist and Soames. For something more spacious opt for the King Deluxe (same as the POD but with desk) or a suite. The Junior Suite, which is more of a typical New York studio apartment, features the same amenities as the standard but with a balcony (those on the 10th floor have the largest), ebony hardwood floor and both a bathtub and shower in the bathroom. An extended stay may well merit a King Suite which boasts a salon with pull out queen bed, turtle shell coffee table and pony skin rug. The Thompson Penthouse and Columbus Loft represent the summit of the 6's accommodation, both arranged on two floors with unbeatable views of the city.