The hotel's 151 guest rooms are simple and clean but there is no denying the shortage of space. There is barely room to move when you factor in the bed and the small cupboard. All the same, a little corner desk and bench seat have somehow been squeezed in too. All of the rooms are decorated in shades of beige, red, and brown, and they are quite adequate for a night or two. Some of the rooms are adjoining, which is handy for parents to keep an eye on their children. Others have been designed for guests with reduced mobility and include a special bathroom. Only two of the rooms, priced at a higher rate, have a balcony, which overlooks the petrol station and roundabout. For amenities you will have everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a telephone, television, air-conditioning, heating, and Internet access (charged). If you need a hair-dryer, iron, or safe, you will need to ask at reception.
The small bathrooms are equipped with a shower and toilet.