The Kimberly is essentially a suite hotel, although 26 of its almost 200 rooms are regular guestrooms. The standards, which have been recently renovated (although remain slightly dated in their décor), are simply, but comfortably appointed with a couch at the foot of the bed (bliss to sleep in) facing the flatscreen television, table and chairs and Art Deco lamps at the bedside. Amenities include iPod docking station, radio alarm clock and, rather quaintly, a shoe polisher. The minibar, compared to some other hotels, is a little bare, although the room does have a microwave for preparing your own snacks. In the closet you'll find iron and ironing board, safe, umbrella and bathrobes. The bathroom, which is well stocked with fluffy towels, boasts Neutrogena toiletries, hairdryer, scales and has a bathtub. The luxury version of this room is slightly larger, allowing for the presence of two double beds, a desk, a beautifully finished marble-topped wooden chest of draws, and coffee table in front of the couch. Its bathroom is tiled in dark green marble and has both a shower and bathtub. The one bedroom suites are fantastically spacious and again, while dated, are extremely comfortable and want for nothing. The bedroom itself can have two double beds if required and has a chest of draws, flatscreen television with webmail, radio alarm clock and naval prints on the walls. The floral curtains and matching wallpaper border around the top of the room should really be replaced. The bathroom too could do with updating but does have a bathtub and magnified makeup mirror. The salon is enormous by New York proportions and has a seating area, a desk and dining table and chairs. Next to this is a fully equipped kitchenette as well as bags of storage and hanging space. At the end of the lounge is a balcony looking out over Manhattan. Very pleasant indeed. The two bedroom suites, of which there are six, have a bathroom for each room, a salon and a great corner alcove for breakfast as well as a kitchenette. The hotel also has two duplexes which it does not advertise, however, if you have the cash, splash! The three bedroom apartment boasts beautifully crafted furniture, two bathrooms, one of whose vanity's lights resemble those of a theatre dressing rooms, a terrace and a cute trolley in the hallway with tea and coffee facilities. There are another five suites at the hotel, each offering unrivaled amounts of space and stunning views of the city.