Surrounded by residential buildings, the Best Western Saphir has a wide modern style façade whose entrance is flanked on one side by the outdoor terrace of the restaurant, separated from the street by panels of wood, and on the other by the "Les Tournesols" restaurant's glass façade.
The lobby is like a vast hall decorated all in white which gives it a nice brightness. Here you will find the wooden reception desk, two lifts, a bar area and a lounge space with stylish furniture including traditional armchairs covered with black velvet, coffee tables and chrome stools which unfortunately do not match with the rest of the decor.
When you get to the corridors, you feel that the establishment is not in its prime youth. Pale yellow wallpaper, carpeting and light blue doors give a somewhat sad appearance to these common areas, where you won't find the modern look of the lobby.
The Best Western Saphir features the "Les Coquelicots" restaurant, with its 160-seat interior dining room is relatively pleasant and with the same sobriety and modern style as in the lobby. Thanks to its glass wall located on the edge of the street, this room benefits from good lighting. This restaurant also has a 35-seat outdoor terrace with a parasol and the floor covered with artificial grass giving it a holiday look.
The hotel has 5 meeting rooms with a total area of ??250 m². Four of these rooms are located on the ground floor and one on the first floor. Of the four rooms, 3 are situated to let in natural light during the day. They are equipped with air conditioning, free WiFi, screen and video projector.
A 30-space car park is available to customers for 10 euros a day.
Of the 6 floors of the hotel, one is reserved for smokers' guest rooms.