The Londa's 68 guest rooms, spread throughout seven storeys, are decorated in the same vein as the rest of the establishment: luxurious yet sober, and simple and functional. There are 27 superior rooms (standard), 12 superior deluxe rooms, which are slightly more spacious, a full range of suites (with or without a sea view), as well as the unavoidable Presidential suite. Well lit and spacious, they are decorated with soft colours. As is the case in the lobby, an effort was made to create a contrast between the dark wood furniture and the bright walls. Simplicity has been favoured, but the setting remains very warm, a fact compounded by the soft lighting provided by designer egg-shaped lamps. Obviously, the level of comfort is optimal and everything has been thought out to satisfy the most demanding of guests. Each room has a series of wall sockets for an Internet cable (high broadband connection for a fee, you can also ask for a Wifi connection) and for a fax machine, as well as two phones (direct international line), one of which is cordless, and a voice message system. Every arriving guest is offered a free bottle of water. Finally, the rooms are also equipped with a satellite (Pay) TV, a desk, individual air conditioning, a mini bar, a free safe, bathrobes and slippers, a set of scales, a kettle for tea, and a Nespresso machine. In the bathroom you will find a hair dryer, a sewing kit, and luxury hospitality products from the English brand Molton Brown, presented in a nice wooden box. Everything is absolutely spick and span and beautifully designed. You may also borrow an iron and ironing board, or request a massage in your room.