There are 26 rooms at La Villa. Those in the principal building (20) have views of the sea or over the gardens and as far as the Alps in the distance (on a clear day). The hotel corridors are lined with mustard and mocha vases, while the large windows on the landings allow for lots of light. Those rooms at the back of the hotel enjoy views over the pool and the pines and palms of the surrounding residential area. Rooms are quiet; windows and glass doors are double glazed for soundproofing but it is also down to the fact the hotel is located in a relatively calm corner of Juan-les-Pins. Standard and comfort rooms are available with either garden or sea view, while those who prefer more space and luxury should opt for the junior suite. There are also interconnecting rooms available.
Accommodation in the main building is awash in chocolate and coffee tones, with attractive and modern furnishings ensuring a sleek but warm feel. All rooms are equipped with a flat screen television and, in the junior suites and comfort categories, an iPod docking station. All rooms are clean, spacious and also benefit from natural light. Special mention: the bathrooms decked out in modern bathroom fittings and topped off with ornate pearly silver mirror frames.
Meanwhile, in the pavilion, there are three rooms on the ground floor with private terrace, and three rooms on the top floor with private balcony. These rooms are decorated in a more feminine style, with pretty details from the materials used for the bed linen and the curtains, to the mounted lamps with crystal features. The colour palette is a mix of soft plums and lilacs, contrasting with pearl grey and muted silver.
There are no family rooms as such at La Villa, but an extra bed can be added in the junior suites and comfort rooms for this purpose.