The Roger Smith offers four categories of room: standard, junior suite, one bedroom suite and deluxe suite. It is a little difficult to compare them as each is individually and uniquely decorated, however they do have similar amenities. The décor is very traditional and in some cases a bit of a mish mash and would be best described as something that you may well find in your grandmother's house, perhaps in the country. Much of the wallpaper and upholstery features floral or tartan motifs, while much of the furniture is antique, from the early 20th century. The basic rooms have queen beds with a skirt to match the curtains (and sometimes the chair upholstery). You'll find a writing desk and chair, cabinet concealing the fridge on top of which is the flatscreen television (those rooms with a regular television should get new flatscreens soon, bedside tables and various other storage units, lamps and 'objets' depending on the room. Always present though are books and artwork and/or photography. Other amenities include alarm clock, telephone, iron and ironing board, DVD player and coffee/tea maker. The standard rooms don't have a safe but you can leave valuables at reception. The bathrooms are a little small and have bathtubs with regular showers, hairdryer, a small basket of toiletries and make-up mirror. The junior suites have seating areas within the bedroom and enjoy corner positions within the building and so better street views. The one bedroom suites boast separate living/dining areas as well as kitchenettes and pull-out sofas, while the deluxe suites enjoy a second single bedroom (quite pokey) and iPod docking stations. These bigger rooms also have a larger collection of art and antique furniture such as series of black and white photography and large oak dining tables.