The Court has just one room shy of 200 guestrooms, with many guest rooms having city views and even looking out onto the Empire State or Chrysler Buildings. All rooms are extremely spacious, even the standards, and are all decorated in a similar fashion in browns, reds and whites. Some would see the emptiness of many of the rooms as uncluttered, while others may feel that they seem a little empty. Either way, you are guaranteed to have more than enough space whichever category of room you opt for. Every room features a well-dressed king size bed with plaid, blanket and neck pillow, at the foot of which is a studded leather butler. The furniture includes a writing desk, chest of drawers and a couple of bedside tables where you will find a Tivoli clock radio, a cordless telephone and individual Art Deco reading lamps. There is a full length mirror leant up against the wall and a fully-stocked minibar and snack tray while in the closet you will find a safe, iron and ironing board, bathrobes and slippers. The bathrooms are slightly more dated in style than the rooms although they are clean and in good condition, if not a little dull. They have a soaking tub with built in shower, both a vanity mirror and make-up mirror, Philosophy toiletries and a hairdryer.
Some of the larger guestrooms, such as the courtyard kings, have a seating area and are that little bit calmer as they give onto the interior of the hotel. The suites all have living areas whether they be within the bedroom itself or separated by a door. They feature sofas and armchairs with throw cushions, coffee tables with books and decorative objects and black and white photography prints of the city. Some of the suites have two bedrooms and two bathrooms for those families looking to stay together.