When using hotel points, the room that is offered is indicated as "standard" at the property so no suite can be expected. But from the envelope of my room key the word "deluxe" preceded the room number so maybe it a was little more than standard.
This is the most spacious room I have ever stayed in at a London hotel. Most Americans are often surprised at the cramped quarters London hotels offer compared to rooms in the States. There was no such problem here. I could do without the double sinks since it reduces the counter space. The oval window was unusual but after a few minutes it felt like it added a uniqueness to the room. The room does come with a full bath tub/shower.
Additional posts will be forthcoming about other aspects of this property since the hotel is often one of the things most people are curious about. My general thought about a hotel is this is your home away from home and coming home at night should sometimes be a treat.
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