The Sofitel Louise has two entirely independent wings. You cannot get to the first from the second and vice versa. There are four lifts (two on either side) to take you up to the floors (5 or 6 depending on the building), and thus the 169 guest rooms (classical, superior, and luxury) and 9 suites. Etienne Bouten, the designer, went for a style that is 'both modern and timeless'. The concept uses many contrasts: natural wood, stainless steel, light and vibrant shades of colour, etc.
In addition to the interior, the amenities testify to the establishment's quality and modernism: an Internet connection (£17 for 24 hours), a large LCD screen television, a Bose Wi-Fi device with an iPod dock, an electric safe, an espresso machine, and a very comfortable Sofitel bed (from the famous 'MyBed' brand). The bathroom is true to the pure style of the establishment with its glass partitions, intimate lighting, tropical shower, and Hermès hospitality products. The luxury rooms also afford a garden view, a walk-in closet, and massaging jets in the shower. The suites, with their loft-like sitting rooms, deserve a special mention, and the cherry on the cake has to be the 120m² So Well suite with an Alphasphere, which is a deckchair connected to a chromotherapy device.