All but 80 of the hotel's 239 rooms had been renovated at the time of writing in July 2009. The rooms looking over the courtyard are quieter than those looking out over the river (about 60 %), although these are not too bothered by traffic noises either thanks to the double glazing and a noise-proof window!
The rooms are about 270 sq ft and consist of a comfortable (rather soft) double bed, plus a single bed in half of the rooms, and an unfolding sofa bed in the other half of the rooms.
All the rooms have a television (16 channels) with a large plasma screen (in the renovated rooms), an Internet connection, tea and coffee-making facilities and a telephone. Every room also has a large black and white photo of one of the city's monuments.
It goes without saying that the rooms which are still awaiting renovation pale in comparison to the pleasant and matching renovated rooms, with their pale brown carpets, pale wood headboard, white and carmine walls, and (just one) wardrobe. The impressive screen is set on a long, thick wooden desk. As for the bathrooms, they have also been renovated. They are quite big and decorated in black and white, with a large round washbasin, bathtub, hospitality products, and a hair-dryer. The other rooms are much more basic, eclectic and dated.