The hotel's 133 guest rooms make it one of the city centre's bigger hotels. Among these rooms, 40 are situated in the old part of the building. These rooms have retained the character of the old establishment but have additional modern features providing them with extra comfort, and although they are smaller than the others, they are very charming. Upon arrival you will be greeted by classical music in a space adorned with wooden furniture and floorboards, in addition to period paintings, making for a simple yet chic ambience. The bathrooms, meanwhile, equipped with a shower or a bathtub, are decorated in black and white chequered tiles that make them look rather stylish.
As for the modern rooms, they are almost identically equipped, but the wooden furniture has given way to black furniture, and some of them have an imitation fireplace in one corner. They also all feature large windows looking out to the street, meaning they benefit from plenty of natural light. In terms of amenities, there is definitely nothing to complain about: the beds are soft, the rooms are equipped with a DVD player and a stocked mini-bar, and the bathrooms come provided with numerous hospitality products. As for the bathrooms, the size of the showers is impressive, and there are plenty of products provided, but our good first impressions were ruined slightly by the little defects, such as the leaking flush and the loose showerheads.