The colour of the interior is mainly light brown, with light yellow walls. The chairs, imitation leather seats and comfortable beds in the rooms are clean and simply designed. The hotel houses 130 smallish rooms altogether, which are divided into 8 categories: single rooms, double rooms (at least 170 sq ft and called 'Deluxe' if they have a king-size bed), rooms for three (three single beds), family rooms (one or two single beds and a double bed, at least 225 sq ft), rooms for four, etc. The rooms have a television (around a third of the rooms have a plasma screen television), tea and coffee-making facilities and a phone. An ironing board and an iron are also available at the reception. You should be aware that the rooms that give onto the street can be noisy (despite the double-glazing). The rooms that look onto the courtyard may not offer a spectacular view (car park), but at least they are quiet. You will probably notice that the bigger the room, the longer and narrower it is; the double rooms are at least 170 sq ft. As for the small white bathrooms, they are decent, but have very little style. Half of them are fitted with a bathtub (the others have showers), a long towel warmer, a small mirror, a washbasin, a hair-dryer and basic hospitality products. Room service is available from 8:00am until 10:00am and from 5:00pm until 9:00pm.