The majority of the guestrooms at 70 Park Avenue are much of a muchness with similar décor and layout with just the square footage and bed size increasing as you climb the category ladder. Around a quarter of the rooms have two double beds while many are connecting, useful for families. The beds, above which is a framed quote saying "I take a deep breath and hold a piece of sky in my mouth" hung on the feature wall, are dressed in Frette linens and have a purple/violet plaid across them with a silver roll cushion and regular cushion with a silvery gold faded effect propped up against the pillows. The metallic theme is also seen in the smart bedside tables and their bulbously bottomed lamps as well as the golden spiked pieces attached to the wall. The desks, which now have a glass writing surface since the renovation, are positioned at the foot of the bed and above them you'll find a 42" flatscreen television. The rooms also have at least one wing back chair (some also have a smart pull out black sofa with white piping) and an occasional table while other amenities include a telephone, iPod docking station, a minibar unlocked upon your request, a safe, umbrella, iron and ironing board and the animal print bathrobes found in all Kimptons. The bathrooms, some of which are a little snug, have low bathtubs, long mirrors above the marble-topped vanities, a make-up mirror, custom Etro toiletries and a hairdryer.
The suites enjoy a larger surface area as well as living areas (some of which are separate) and the most spacious suites have jacuzzi tubs and private balconies. The largest suite, the Park Avenue, has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and can be divided into two separate rooms.
There are a total of 10 guestrooms which are suitable for guests in wheelchairs.