The nine rooms at Villa Josephine are each named after someone of significant importance in the life of the Duc de Morny (his mother, father, wife, grandmother). Three of the rooms have their entrances giving on to the garden while the others are within the building itself. Every room is decorated differently, with allusions, through portraits or objects, to the person after whom it is named, however the amenities remain uniform throughout. Every room has a beautifully dressed queen bed (king in the larger rooms) using high quality linens and fabrics for the sheets and plaids which complement, in terms of colour, the rest of the upholstery and materials used in the room (each one has a different colour scheme). They all boast beautiful furniture pieces, including sideboards sourced from various places including sideboards, bedside tables, armchairs, lamps, bureaus and busts, many of which also follow the rooms' palettes. Each room has a flatscreen television, telephone, fully stocked minibar and bathrobes. In addition, there are several lovely touches that further mark the hotel out as one of the finest: a hand written welcome note, weather prediction cards each day and delicious chocolates on your pillow each night put there during the turndown service. The bathrooms are appointed with equal flair and taste and are all spacious. Most are accessed from the room through sliding doors which reveal well crafted vanities or sink units, bathtubs (some of which have claw feet) and or monsoon shower cubicles, heated towel racks, hairdryers, bath robes and Etro toiletries. Needless to say they are all spotless and in perfect condition with sleek fittings and nice details such as soap holders and tissue box holders.