It has to be said that the rooms at this hotel are very spacious. Long and narrow, they are roomy enough (approximately 25m²) that you won't feel like a sardine in a box. The hotel has 60 guest rooms (classical and superior) with 8 senior suites. There are two types of decor: one is dark and the other is warmer and uses yellow and ochre tones. The same decor choice characterise the style of the bathrooms. Spacious enough, they are either tiled (in blue and white) or clad in light-coloured marble: it's up to you to choose.
The superior rooms differ from the classical rooms by having an additional sitting room area that is generally close to the window. Both room categories are pleasant, despite the absence of an actual view: don't look for the sea, all you'll get is the city's rooftops, which is not the most glamorous of offerings.
As for the suites, our favourite was definitely suite 117 on the first floor, which should be chosen if even just for its bathroom: it's huge with two porthole-shaped fixtures letting in soft light. You get a palpable sense of luxury in this bathroom, which is an unexpected surprise in this type of hotel. Spacious, it includes hospitality products made by the Grasse-based perfume maker, Fragonard and is really a pleasant place to get ready for your evening out. The rest of the suite, however, has little of interest to offer.
The corridors are a little dull (especially on the last floor, where there are rooms and apartments).
We did appreciate the Fragonard hospitality products (soap, shampoo, etc.), a traditional perfume-maker based in Provence.