There are 134 rooms including 100 standard rooms, 10 suites and 24 superior rooms. The standard rooms are not worth what you are expected to pay for them, although all the amenities you really need are provided (kettle, hair-dryer, minibar, air-conditioning, television, bathtub, hospitality products and slippers). The dark wooden furniture, carpet and bedspreads are rather worn though, and the rooms are not as clean as they should be. We even found that we had a little friend in the bathroom when we visited! Moving on to the superior rooms, the design here is entirely different and the bathtub in the bathroom is replaced by a shower. The decor consists of bright colours, numerous light fittings and contemporary furniture, and, although you may feel more at home here, there is still something lacking where cleanliness is concerned. Finally, the suites, which are tastefully decorated in pastel colours, are very spacious and complete with parquet flooring, a very pleasant lounge area and a large bed. Basically, they are very comfortable suites which are worthy of their title.