Completely refurbished in 2006, the hotel has a 21 storey atrium- reputed to be one of the largest in South East Asia- designed by American architect, John Portman. An impressive glass ceiling allows natural light to stream into the spacious Atrium lounge, turning a giant mobile created by Richard Lippold into a living art piece. There are 353 Deluxe rooms located on the 6th to 15th floors, as well as 144 Premier rooms located on the 16th to 19th floors. Facilities include a lobby with a 24-hour reception, a currency exchange and lifts. The hotel also features a café, restaurants, room and laundry services as well as a car park (some of which incur an additional fee). Services available include a 24-hour Executive Centre, meeting facilities well-equipped with state-of-the-art technology, wireless and broadband Internet access (fees apply), 24-hour in-room dining, a florist, a chemist, theatre bookings and complimentary newspapers.The new executive deluxe rooms are fitted with brand new upholstery and fixtures, and offer business travellers greater luxury and comfort, including a 32-inch flat-screen TV, a larger work desk, an ergonomic work chair, and wireless/wired broadband Internet access. Other rooms include the deluxe rooms, featuring a contemporary look, wireless/broadband Internet access and large desk. The premier rooms come with an accessible balcony, a 37-inch plasma-screen TV, a side console for a notebook computer and a leather lounge chair with a small glass table. As these rooms are narrower than the deluxe, they cannot accommodate an extra bed. All the air-conditioned rooms include a hairdryer, a direct dial phone, a minibar, ironing facilities, a safe, bedside reading lamps and more.