While the accommodation is not the most original we've ever seen, it must be said that it is well furnished, with a comfortable bed and duvet, a large desk, a small glass table, and a chaise-longue. The amenities are also what you would expect from a hotel of this class: a flat-screen television, a safe, a minibar, and even an ironing board. We also liked the position of the bed opposite the window in some of the rooms. Note that the hotel has only two categories of room: standard and deluxe. So if you were hoping for a suite, you might as well forget about it now. The decor is generally understated, with wooden panels depicting trees. The same goes for the simple yet functional bathrooms. Note that despite this being a high-class hotel, water, wine and bathrobes are only provided in the deluxe guest rooms.