Of the 72 rooms at The MAve, all but one are regular guestrooms with the one remaining accommodation being a large suite. Although the guestrooms are divided into four categories, they are all much of a muchness with only really the size changing slightly; the amenities remain the same aside from the presence of a coffee-maker in the larger rooms. All the rooms feature bamboo floors and white washed walls, although the colourful contemporary art helps to break up the monotony to a large degree. The rooms have either a queen or king bed (some have two queens, although all are incredibly comfortable) dressed in white linens with either side of the bed are mahogany bedside tables with telephone and iPod docking station. Other furniture, in the same wood, includes a drawer unit above which is the flatscreen television and a writing desk and chair. Amenities in the room comprise a safe, bathrobes and iron and ironing board. While there are no minibars in the room, guests are free to call down to reception for a beverage or snack which will be delivered to your room. The bathrooms, which are not huge by any means, feature walk-in monsoon showers, H?0 toiletries and an ionic hairdryer. The hotel's biggest accommodation, the Empire Suite, boasts a separate living space with a pull-out sofa and guests taking this room will enjoy complimentary champagne and chocolate strawberries upon arrival. The bedroom has quite a loud zebra-print carpet, while the bathroom, which is all marble, has a shower for two.