The hotel has 92 rooms, placing it in the 'boutique' hotel category, although it doesn't feel much like a boutique due to its lack of personalised service and attention de detail in its décor. The hotel has 18 suites, a three-floor Penthouse suite, or the 'Jude Law' suite, as he once stayed here during the TIFF (Tribeca International Film Festival), and the rest of the rooms are conventional rooms.
All rooms have an 80sq ft walk-in wardrobe, marble bathrooms with heated floors and Molten Brown amenities. Otherwise they all have the usual mod-cons like a mini-bar, in-room safe, large flat-screen television with DVD player, Frette linens, and remote controlled drapes.
The décor tends to vary very little from room to room, which are all painted in neutral tones and dressed with a couple of black and white photographs hanging in frames. Otherwise the rooms seemed extremely bland to us and in need of a bit of a makeover as some had worn cream carpets and suedette furniture. The spacious bathrooms with separate bath tub and free-standing showers were the highlight of the rooms here.