Rooms come in six classes. Ocean Suites are 672 to 784 square feet in size with full or French balconies, queen beds plus a sleeper sofa, work desk, open floor plans with step-down living areas, walk-in closets, marble bathrooms, and in-room bars. Deluxe Ocean Suites add king beds, more space and better views.
The 10 one- or two-bedroom Azure Suites are located on the top five floors of the Cove tower and boast 1,198 to 1,958 of living space and -- in addition to spectacular views from floor-to-ceiling windows -- furnished balconies, deep soaking tubs, separate glass-bricked showers with rainfall showerheads, and open floor plans with separate sleeping areas. The Sapphire Suite (1,700-2,460 square feet) also has great views and a wealth of space and fine amenities, such as opaline glass lighting fixtures and original abstract artwork. Sumptuous bathrooms showcase designer touches, like Brecia marble floors and Italian-designed Catalano sinks, Hansgrohe faucets, and Waterworks soaking tubs.
The two Presidential Suites (2,750 square feet) are on the 21st floor and have private butler service, an executive office, 10-seat dining area with full kitchen, private exercise room, parlor with a full home theatre, double walk-in closet and vanity area, guest bedroom and bathroom, and a terraced balcony that runs the full length of the suite with multiple entrances. Finally, the 4,070-square-foot Penthouse Suite takes over the 14th and 15th floors of the Cove and has a domed ceiling, Murano glass chandelier, an executive office, 10-seat dining area, full chef's kitchen, butler's office, master bedroom and bath, and practically a 360-degree view of the ocean and harbor.