Of the 65 rooms at Helios, 14 of those belong to the standard otherwise known as classic category. Moving upwards, they are followed by superior rooms, deluxe rooms and suites; of the latter there are three with stunning panoramas from their lofty, top floor location. A few rooms do not possess a balcony, while only deluxe rooms (on the 4th, 5th and 6th floors of the building) and suites boast sea views.
The rooms are well-lit and comfortable but differ in size depending on their category. Classic rooms are decorated in neutral shades and not particularly spacious (the bathrooms' décor recall the 1970's but what's old is new again), while the superiors are also simply furnished and somewhat on the small side. We preferred the deluxe rooms with their more modern furnishings and bathrooms with lovely deep tubs. The parquet floors give the rooms a natural, contemporary look (as opposed to the carpet seen in other room categories), while the raspberry-hued furnishings inject some much-needed colour. Meanwhile, the suites are airy and spacious and feature large, furnished balconies perfect for admiring the view over Juan-les-Pins bay.