The hotel's 42 rooms are spread between the two villas and are further sub-divided into several categories by size and the presence of a balnéo tub in the bathroom. Those rooms in the Augeval villa are more dated than those across in the Trait d'Union, but have much the same amenities. The first few categories of room can be quite pokey but some have a balcony and others have mansard roofs. The rest are much more spacious and some boast corner balnéo tubs while others have a separate living space with seating areas. All rooms have a desk, bedside tables with phones, spacious wardrobes, leather armchairs, a flatscreen television and a minibar with a few snacks. Some of the larger rooms enjoy balconies and the salon rooms have a separate living space. The bathrooms, which are a little dated in style but clean and perfectly functioning, have either a shower (smaller rooms) or a bath (larger rooms, with some having a balnéo tub) as well as a heated towel rack, hairdryer, Laura Hutton toiletries, and, in some cases a bidet.
Those looking for something a bit more contemporary but still homely will prefer the rooms and décor in the second villa, Trait d'Union. They are a lot smarter, having hardwood floors as opposed to carpet, better quality linens and upholstery on the beds and furniture (which include bureaux, tartan wingback chairs, elegant bedside tables?), chic wallpapers, old fireplaces and wood panelling around the inferior halves of the walls. The rooms in this part of the hotel are divided into similar categories with some boasting separate living areas and others balnéo tubs in the bathrooms. There are family rooms available at the Augeval too, with a separate twin bedroom for the kids.