The real selling point to this hotel's rooms and suites is that some are equipped with a kitchenette, allowing you the freedom to eat what you want, when you want. This set-up works very well for families, especially with young children, who need to be prepared for odd or regular meal times. The decoration in each room is unique, with some beautiful pieces of antique furniture and large beds. To fit the deep wooden antique furniture, the bedrooms sport lusciously soft carpets and curtains in rich blues and reds. The walls and bed sheets however, are lighter so as not to distract from the furniture. Guests have a possibility of nine different categories to choose from - each category is split into either royal or executive, royal rooms having been refurbished in 2011 and executive rooms offering a more dated option. Though the royal bathrooms are obviously a little fresher, all are light marble and white porcelain features. Though all are different shapes, they are a good size and exceptionally clean, with large mirrors and plenty of light. Baths and showers feature throughout, with the possibility of two bathrooms in some suites. In the more luxurious rooms, bathrobes and slippers are provided, whilst a range of Penhaligon's products are on offer throughout. For families, the deluxe apartment is recommended, spread over two floors and with plenty of space for children to play and adults to relax. Room service is available from 7:00am-10:30pm, offering a range of snacks, cocktails and other alcoholic and soft drinks.