There are 92 suites at the hotel - all are located on floors 10 to 17. The lower floors are residential, except for the fifth floor, where you will find the Shizen Spa. Every room is fitted with a full kitchen - including a full stove, microwave, refrigerator, washer/dryer, dish washer and a range of kitchen utensils (the hotel provides enough for two people and can give guests more crockery upon request). As the hotel concept is based on well-being, guests will find a yoga mat in each suite, as well as green tea aromatherapy bathroom products. All rooms have the usual mod-cons, including a large flat-screen television, mini-bar, in-room safe, bathrobes, slippers, complimentary tea and coffee-making facilities, CD players, and iPod dockings stations. The most popular room category is the Executive, which all have sofa beds. There is a 50 CAD charge per child sharing the room. The rooms have hardwood floors and large floor-to-ceiling windows (which open), giving the room a fresh ambience. The bathrooms are well-designed as they are pleasant to spend time in, as well as ergonomic; all have rain shower heads. The colour scheme in the rooms tends to lean towards a neutral palette in order to give the guest a restful experience.
There are four different suite categories: chic, urban, boutique and skyline. Dimensions start at 395 square feet to 775 square feet. The larger rooms are worth the extra spend if you are going to be visiting with young children, however the smaller suites are great value as they have all the facilities needed and are generous in size, in comparison to most city hotels.
Smokers will be relieved to know that the hotel still has a handful of smoking rooms - upon availability.