The hotel has 30 guest rooms, only one of which is a single room (with a bed 120cm wide). The rest are made up of 26 double rooms and 3 triple rooms (with two single beds which can be pushed together to make a double, and an additional single bed). The decor is gentle and very pleasant, either based on a dark colour scheme or a light one. For example, the brown rooms feature thick curtains and wenge coloured wood, giving them a more masculine ambience, while the lighter, more feminine rooms display honey coloured furniture and orange shades of fabric. The bathrooms are simple, clean spaces. Some are fitted with a bathtub, and others a shower, but they all have a hair-dryer. As far as amenities are concerned, they include a flat-screen TV, individual air-conditioning, a mini-bar and a safe. Bear in mind that room service is unfortunately not available here. Sadly too, the corridors leading to the guest rooms are rather narrow.
The rooms overlooking Rue Saint Charles have a nice view of the Eiffel Tower, so remember to ask for a room on one of the higher floors.