There are 155 spacious guestrooms in total at the Grand Central, of which 11 are suites. However, even the standard rooms are so generously proportioned that it may not be worth your while opting for a suite unless you plan to stay a long time in the city or are travelling as a family. The rooms' décor is fairly sober with no shocking colours of quirky details and they are both in good condition and comfortable. The standard rooms are carpeted throughout and have either a queen or king bed (some rooms have two queen beds) dressed in high quality linens and with red plaids and cushions and a tan bed skirt. A bedside table has a telephone and alarm clock radio while opposite the bed is a writing desk and a chest of drawers. In the closet you will find an iron and ironing board, safe and bathrobes while those who like their trouser pleats to be looking sharp in the morning will be delighted to know that the hotel is one of only a handful in the city to have a Corby trouser press! The room also has a flatscreen television (although it is a little small given the room size and the distance of it from the bed) and a coffee-maker. The bathrooms, while a little dated in their style, are in excellent condition, tiled in blue with tub and shower combination, hairdryer, make-up mirror, excellent lighting and Damana toiletries.
The junior suites are of course bigger than the guestrooms and have a dedicated seating area as well as extras such an iPod docking station, a second television (as well as a very old one in the bathroom) and a more spacious bathroom with a step up to the bathtub. The largest suite, the Liam Neeson suite, is far more lavish than any other of the hotel's accommodations with specially flown in furniture from Ireland, a baldaquin bed, fireplace in the salon, double walk-in shower in the bathroom and a terrace able to accommodate up to 50 people.