The 30 rooms, including 2 suites, either look out on the street, or on the magnificent trees in the courtyard. The standard rooms are rather small and without much charm but can sleep 2, 3 and in some cases, 4 guests. They have much appreciated double-glazed windows, as the tram can be quite noisy.
These dated accommodation units include a small TV set that hangs from the wall (7 channels), a trouser press, a fan, a tea and coffee-making kit, a phone, and a clock radio. The furniture includes blue wall-to-wall carpet, a bed, a wardrobe, 2 bedside tables and 2 wooden armchairs. The bathrooms are equally tiny and decorated with blue tiling. They include a bathtub, a sink, a mirror, a soap dispenser, some welcome toiletries, and a hair dryer. The 2 suites proposed by the establishment are composed of a lower level with a large sitting room and bathroom, and an upper level that serves as a bedroom. Despite being particularly unusual, the last 2 rooms to be added to the establishment (in the extension that was built in March 2009) are once again devoid of any charm. Room service is available during the day.