This establishment opened in 2005, and is one of the biggest hotels in the city, boasting no fewer than 505 guest rooms. Many conferences and meetings are regularly held there. Behind its big, modern façade hides an immense marble lobby decorated with a large crystal chandelier that hangs down from the first floor. This space is often transformed to cater for various events. For example, the burgundy leather armchairs sometimes make way for little coffee tables. Little decorative angels have been placed in the corners of the room, and Art Deco style light fixtures are attached to the columns. There is a cash machine for guests to use next to the concierge office. The reception counter, which is made from a combination of marble and wood, is directly to the right when you enter the building. If you need to connect to the internet, you can have one hour's free access in the little room provided with a computer and printer. There is also a bar boldly decorated in the Art Deco style on the ground floor. It is furnished with soft armchairs, a wooden counter, and a few Art Deco paintings, including, for example, portraits of women wearing the clothes and jewellery of the Roaring Twenties, as well as a few fantastic chandeliers. Every evening, bands play at the hotel, with live concerts taking place from 8:00pm to 1:00am. The fifth floor is given over to well-being, and includes a beauty salon open from 2:00pm to 9:00pm. Other than the services you would usually expect, massages and pedicures are also on offer here. The gym, which is open from 6:00am to 12:00am, can be used free of charge, and consists of a little room with five exercise machines. The hotel also has two saunas and a solarium, and for the ultimate in relaxation, the facilities include an indoor swimming pool.