The 129 guest rooms on floors 4 to 11 are exceptionally comfortable. They are all equipped with the latest technology and everything is designed with guests' comfort and tranquillity in mind. From the doorbell that changes colour as soon the heat detector senses a presence in the room, to the remote control that allows you to control the lights, the sound and the curtains, to the Japanese toilets, everything is state-of-the-art in terms of comfort and cleanliness. Everything has been well thought-out: the plug sockets are well located, USB sockets have been added so that guests can charge any type of device without an adaptor, and when you get up in the middle of the night to go to the toilet, floor-level lighting illuminates the pathway without waking the rest of the room. Ingenious ideas that make for a perfect stay.
In terms of decor and amenities, nothing has been left to chance: a Nespresso coffee machine, a kettle on request, period chairs covered in flashy materials, modern lamps, a desk with an office kit (stapler, sellotape, post-its, etc.), a huge flat-screen television, a safe in a drawer equipped with plug sockets, a large walk-in closet, and a perfectly placed bench seat in front of the bay window that doesn't open! The only real flaw in the guest rooms. We were told that you have to ask at reception for the window key, but that seems like a bit too much hassle.
The bathrooms deserve as much praise as the bedrooms. Fitted with a heated marble floor and in most cases a shower and a bathtub, they have two wash basins as well as the famous Japanese toilets that we mentioned earlier. That's not all, flat screen televisions have been installed so that you can keep up with the news from your bathtub, the lights can be dimmed or brightened, and guests can choose their beauty products.