The hotel has a total of 50 guestrooms and suites, although of course there are many more private apartments in the building occupied by their owners (at which you may well stop while riding in the elevator). While the amenities in the guestrooms and suites remain consistent, the décor can change quite drastically as each of the rooms is decorated by their owners. That said, most are fairly classically appointed with a few having been done up in a more contemporary style. Guestrooms and suites each have categories with a courtside view or a city view, the former being exceptionally quiet. The standard rooms all have king sized beds dressed in the finest white linens and with skirts and plaids which complement the other upholstery in the room, such as the curtains. Every room has a range of nicely crafted furniture including bedside tables, drawer units, buffets and occasional tables upon which you'll find an iPod docking station, telephone, antique lamps, fresh flowers and Belgian chocolates. Amenities in the room include a flatscreen television, safe, minibar (with complimentary water and soft drinks) and bathrobes. The bathrooms, some of which are on the small side, are all fitted out in marble and have great mirrors, fresh flowers, Gilchrist and Soames toiletries plus many other amenities, hairdryer and bathtub.
The suites, again, decorated in various styles, boast separate living spaces with beautiful period furniture and antiques decorative objects, as well as fireplaces (not all suites) and modern kitchenettes. Some have an extra half bathroom. Those towards the top of the building obviously have the finest views of Central Park and the surrounding area.