In the large corridors that lead to the rooms (the Movenpick has 243 rooms that come in various categories), you will notice some interesting decorative elements: quotes from famous authors adorn the walls and the plates with the room numbers boast colours that match the flower-pattern carpeting (the colour changes on each floor). The superior rooms are slightly bigger than the standard ones and offer a courtyard view. The wooden head boards are made of the same material as the large desk, for added harmony. The wall-to-wall carpeting matches the curtains. The small and trendy bedside tables made of olive wood are another remarkable feature. These were specially designed for the Movenpick. In addition to the standard mini-bar, all the rooms include a safe, a wardrobe, a small armchair and a TV set, which unfortunately is not a flat-screen model! An Internet connection will set you back approximately £12 per day. The high ceilings provide an added sense of spaciousness. Another modern feature of the hotel is one of the bathroom's walls, which is in fact an opaque glass pane that lets the light filter in, while providing all the intimacy you need. The bathrooms include a round washbasin surrounded by a large black marble surface, a make-up mirror, a bathtub fitted with a shower, and an original rectangular mirror held up by a bar. There is also a full kit of hospitality products. If you're lucky enough to find yourself in the Deluxe room, you'll also enjoy a huge bathtub, designed by Philippe Starck, facing the bed. There is a little table next to some armchairs, with some delicious Swiss biscuits, some apples or some sweeties.