The 171 suites of the hotel must surely have the highest average square meterage on the island with the smallest room measuring 137m² which is enormous. Aside from the great views though, they leave a lot to be desired. The last renovation was carried out in 2005, although it looks as though it hasn't been revisited since the 70s. Much of furniture is in a bad state, the carpets are worn, closets and blinds are broken and the upholstery really needs to be redone. That said, the rooms remain clean and functional and they all boast kitchenettes (although they are also very much out of date). The studio suites are open plan accommodations with a bedroom, eating/living space and a kitchenette. They all have queen beds dressed in white linens and a bed skirt that matches the chair upholstery and curtains. All the bedside tables, coffee tables, dressers and drawer units are made from the same dark wood and share the same brass handles. The living spaces feature tired sofas and armchairs and haphazardly hung botany prints. The old fashioned bathrooms have plastic moulded vanities, large mirrors, bathtubs and Archive toiletries, while the kitchenettes are fully equipped with fridge-freezer, microwave, cooker, coffee machine, crockery and cutlery. The larger rooms have separate living spaces and/or a second bedroom. All rooms have a flatscreen television, alarm clock, iron and ironing board and safe although there are no bathrobes and no minibar. Rooms on floors 10 and 11 are smoking rooms.