Most of the hotel rooms are found in the main tower above the lobby, bar and restaurant. There are several others found on the ground floor of the building on the far side of the courtyard, but most of the remaining rooms are part of the residence. There are five categories of room spread throughout six floors in the main tower (with elevator access). Of the 69 rooms, most of these are equipped with a generous balcony or terrace that overlooks the neighbouring park. There are no sea views due to the tall buildings in front of the hotel however 12 rooms boast huge L-shaped balconies.
The standard rooms are somewhat small but clean and adequate for a budget stay. There are stark differences between the rooms that have been renovated and those that haven't. The latter are quite bare and contain very basic furnishings. Their balconies are spacious but the presence of the bulky air conditioning unit doesn't help appearances. Meanwhile, the made over rooms are decorated in a more modern, youthful style with flashes of magenta and lime green adding colour to a neutral base. From the bed linen, to the armchairs and the blinds, the same scheme is seen throughout.
The rooms on the ground floor of the residence portion of the hotel have been renovated in another style altogether. Even if it's only a question of 30 metres or so, they feel quite distanced from the main hotel but they do have small, ground level terraces overlooking the central courtyard. Orange was the flavour of the day during their makeover: from orange blinds, to orange bed linen, there's even an orange feature wall in the bedroom as well as in the ensuite bathroom. The latter features a spacious shower cubicle and modern bathroom fittings. In this area of the hotel there are also seven rooms available with kitchenette. However these kitchenettes are closed off during the summer period, transforming them into regular hotel rooms sans catering facilities.
A final note: while there is a safe in each room (free of charge), these are of the older style (not digital) and therefore require a key, available at Reception.