The proprietors spared no expense in an attempt to make this former manor house resemble a palace of sorts. Decorations included gilded columns, brass fern planters, and carved wind charms.
At 30 gold pieces per night the Immer Inn was easily the most expensive place to sleep in Immersea. Each guest was afforded a personal waiter and chambermaids were available on each floor who could be summoned by ringing a bell.
Though there were no single rooms to be had, each suite was connected to a bath chamber, receiving room, and wardrobe. A pair of bedrooms were connected to each suite and were utterly sound-proofed.