If you can afford it, you will be tempted by the Magritte suite: it is colourful, stylish and comfortable, and as pretty as a work of art. VIP's (celebrities, celebrating couples) may prefer the Blaton suite, whose private 6th floor terrace overlooks the belfry and rooftops of the historic centre. Guests of more modest means can stay in the standard (300 ft²) or deluxe (345 ft²) categories. If possible, choose the 6th floor, which enjoys fine views of the Town Hall. Otherwise, go for something on the 3rd floor or higher, or a room above the entrance. The other rooms feel a bit hemmed in by the buildings opposite. As regards the rooms, the subdued, cosy decor manages to include some local detail: if you look hard enough, you will spot Tintin's little face in a silver-plated frame on the bathroom wall. Other details include the slim vase, pale green marble tiles, and a generous amount of Rocco Forte hospitality products (80 ml). Rooms in the basic categories have either a shower or a bathtub, while the suites have the luxury of both. Hair dryers, bathrobes and a complimentary bottle of water are provided for your arrival in all categories. The other facilities include a television (plasma screens are being fitted throughout), minibar, air conditioning, direct telephone and a safe.