The hotel's 289 rooms are made up of guestrooms of varying sizes and suites of one and two bedrooms. The standard room, the Queen, is certainly larger than your average New York guestroom and is appointed with solid dark wood furniture including a butler at the foot of the bed, a desk with comfortable desk chair and a headboard in which is embedded a photo of a long road disappearing into the distance-a perfectly dreamy image to stare at just before getting a good night's rest in the triple-glazed room. Amenities include flatscreen television, fridge, coffee maker, iron and ironing board and safe and there is also a small table and couch.
The colours are rather muted and sober and could do with a bit of jazzing up although the bathroom, with Sprout Out toiletries, is a little brighter and has a bathtub, bathrobes and hairdryer. The largest room, the Premium King, has a view of either 6th or 7th avenue and has all the amenities of the Queen plus of course extra square footage. There are three types of suite available starting with the Junior Suite which floods with light through the huge floor to ceiling windows and has great city views.
While the room is comfortable and perfectly serviceable, it could do with being brought up-to-date as the furnishings are dated, as are the bathroom and kitchen. The Junior Suite is perfect for longer stays in the city and for those in New York for business needing a quiet place to work at a very reasonable rate. The One and Two Bedroom suites are slightly more modern and have one and a half or two and a half bathrooms as well as a dining area.