When we visited and the photos were taken, the hotel was getting ready for its Valentine's Day guests. The towels folded into swan shapes and the rose petals decorating the beds were therefore on show purely for this reason.
With its 117 guest rooms spread over two buildings, the Eden Hotel offers a fairly wide range of accommodation options, the categories being divided into Classic, Superior and Privilege rooms, as well as Suites and one Penthouse.
The 21m² Classic rooms offer a reasonable amount of space. They also illustrate one of the advantages of what might be called an 'uncluttered' style: the absence of furniture, deemed unnecessary (or not, as the case may be), affects one's perception of how large a room is. Indeed, the furniture, which consists of a bed, two fine wenge coloured wardrobes, a small desk and an even smaller reading table with chairs, is all pushed up against the wall.
As a common theme running through the hotel, influences from the ethnic decor in the lobby can also be seen in the guest rooms. The red headboards of the beds are made of imitation ostrich leather and are framed by two faux ebony wardrobes, and the parquet resembles bamboo.
However, it is a pity that the effect created in this little sleeping area is spoiled by the plain cream walls, which ultimately give the whole place the look of a chain hotel room whose decor lacks coordination. This is especially apparent in the bathrooms, which are basic (but all have a bathtub and 90% of them a separate toilet), with their untreated slate washbasins typifying the overall style the owner of the hotel was aiming for.
However, you will find all the usual amenities. There is free Wi-Fi access in the rooms, and they are also provided with a flat-screen television with international channels, as well as a safe and a mini-bar.