The hotel has 14 guest rooms spread over 3 floors. This means there are no long corridors. There are 3 categories: Classic, Prestige and Suites. Although they are the basic category, the Classic guest rooms are quite large and have the classic furniture that you'd expect from their name. Lovely marble bathrooms. Nothing exceptional, but pretty and nicely designed. All the desired comforts with a 70-inch wide, one-piece bed, a minibar, bathrobes and slippers, air-conditioning, etc. However, not enough to justify the 5-star luxury category. For more space, choose a Prestige room, with its four-poster bed, wooden and leather furniture, a fantastic state-of-the-art television (although in the television business that quickly changes), and a bathroom in true Italian style. Moving onto the Suites, which are not really suites as the living area isn't separate, they measure 45mē. The cream of the crop is the Glamour Suite, with its two levels, a huge round bathtub, chromotherapy, and LED lights on the ceiling that create a Milky Way effect.