The guest rooms have their good and their bad points. For example, we liked the large flat-screen Samsung television (with TV5, Euronews and BBC World) but not that we had to leave a deposit (just over £8) at reception to have the remote for it. We were also very happy with the individually controlled air-conditioning, but were disappointed not to have a fridge (except in the 50 superior rooms). What's more, although we were pleased to be able to connect to the Internet thanks to the hotel's Wi-Fi, it turned out that we had to pay extra to use it. The balcony equipped with two white plastic chairs may be a very decent size, but there was no table, no sea view and no privacy (it is easy to access the neighbouring balcony), and that's without even mentioning the French doors, which are really difficult to open. The decor in the rooms is pleasant and, in addition to featuring a lot of wood, includes: marble flooring, white walls adorned with a painting, an armchair, a wooden desk, a mirror and a small wooden luggage stand. However, the soundproofing leaves a lot to be desired. The bed linen is of a good quality, as are the pillows. Guests must pay extra to use the digital code safe (£10 a week plus a £2.50 deposit). As for the marble-clad bathrooms, they are equipped with a bathtub fitted with a flexible showerhead, a hair-dryer and hospitality products fixed to the wall.