There are a total of 114 guestrooms and suites at the Iroquois, most of which unfortunately don't have fantastic views, although a few do look out onto 44th Street. All rooms are somberly yet smartly furnished with high quality furniture and upholsteries as well as a good range of amenities as some nice personal touches. The cosy, warm and carpeted smaller rooms have Frette-dressed queen beds with the censored minibar to one side. At the foot of the bed is a large drawer unit while under the window is a desk with ergonomic chair and an armchair by its side. As well as the large flatscreen television, the rooms have a DVD player, iPod docking station, cordless telephone, iron and ironing board, safe, Frette bathrobes and various jack outlets. Three little touches that we liked a lot were the weather cards placed on the bed each day as well as the chocolate on the pillow and complimentary bottle of mineral water. The bathrooms, which are a little on the small side but smart with their gold fittings and Italian marble, have a bathtub/shower combination, Frette towels, make-up mirror and Molton Brown toiletries.
The suites not only have larger bedrooms with added furniture, but also a separate hardwood floor living space with a comfortable seating area featuring pull out soafs and coffee table as well as contemporary paintings and art pieces. The bathroom has a separate shower in addition to the bathtub and a set of scales.