Among the 103 guest rooms at the Harcourt, guests can choose from doubles, twins, triples, family rooms or suites. Although no two rooms are identical, they all follow the general style of the hotel: classic and slightly outdated but charming, even with the colourful bedspreads! The amenities are nothing to get excited about, with no minibar, safe (available on request at reception), or air-conditioning. Above all, it's the lack of a Wi-Fi connection in the guest rooms that is the most regrettable. Indeed, it is only available in the communal areas. Don't count on room service either to quench your thirst or hunger, as it is only available for breakfast. However, you can enjoy the plasma-screen television, the tea and coffee-making facilities, and the ironing essentials. There's not much to say about the rather basic, tiled marble bathrooms, other than to mention the complimentary toiletries and bidet!