As some of the rooms are located along the atrium, make sure you specify that you want a street-view room if you don't like the idea of having a closed-in view or the echoes from the terrace downstairs. There are 400 rooms divided up into three categories: standard, superior and deluxe. The rooms all look the same in the way of interior decor, but the sizes vary. The rooms here are on the small side, with the largest at 23m². But as they are well-appointed, they don't feel cramped. However, it's difficult to get an extra bed in, so if you are travelling as a family, this is something you may want to consider. The rooms all have large windows letting in plenty of light and the interior is tasteful. The major disadvantage of the rooms here is that some of the rooms face the atrium, which can get quite noisy at meal times and in the evening if you want to leave the window open. Otherwise the windows are sound proof. Also, the view is closed-in and you can see into the room on the opposite side of the atrium and vice-versa, which is something you may want to think about when you book a room here. The rooms have all the mod-cons you would expect from a four-star hotel, including a flat-screen television in the higher categories and old-generation televisions in the standard rooms, Wi-Fi internet, mini-bar and air-conditioning, which isn't a given in a lot of places in the centre of town due to most of the buildings being listed and therefore hotels not acquiring permits to install air-conditioning. Bathrooms have either showers or baths and are stocked with the hotel's own-brand of toiletries.