A wooden door at the entrance leads into the small lobby, which is decorated in a traditional style, using light woods and marble.
It is a traditional red brick building, typical of the edwardian era when it was built.
The rooms are small on average but in exceptional condition, with simple but attractive dark wood furniture and a cosy colour scheme. Some of the rooms command views over Buckingham Palace. About half of the bathrooms are in very good condition while the rest are in good condition, and the triple rooms consist of a twin with an extra bed.
The hotel has a breakfast room, decorated in light airy pinks and creams, and another restaurant for lunch and dinner.