There is accommodation for every type of traveller at the NU, with three categories available. The standard room is of a generous size and has several unique features which make this hotel stand out. For example, the flooring is 100% cork, the bedding is made entirely from organic cotton and the furniture, which consists of a long desk, bedside tables and a drawer unit, is all made from reclaimed wood from a former building site. It is also one of the only hotels to have recycle bins in the rooms. The decoration in the room is very simple and is mainly white, with just a brown armchair and black coffee table breaking that general rule. Amenities include a jack box which you can hook up your music or laptop to, flatscreen television, minibar and snacks, safe, umbrella, iron and ironing board and a clock radio. There is also some art work on the wall, some of it by Basquiat. The lighting is functional too with reading lights by the bed and a low hanging lamp above the small coffee table. The bathroom is equally as spacious (it would perhaps have been a better idea to reduce its size in order to have more space in the room) and has a bathtub with monsoon shower, hairdryer, sprout out toiletries and a giant blackboard to one side on which you can write with the chalk found in a hole by the sink. Those rooms with a king bed have a walk-in closet while there are other similar rooms which have an additional bunk bed to accommodate children (or indeed other group members).The urban suite boasts a hammock which stretches from one corner of the room to the other and a padded lather niche bed. There is also a separate seating area with couch.