The breakfast room is completely lounge-like: clad with wood and revived with colourful flowers such as orchids. Dim light filters through large bay windows that look out onto the street. However, this unattractive view is concealed by wooden blinds in a vaguely oriental style. This mix of various elements is quite well achieved and transforms this breakfast room, which is nestled between two streets, into a rather pleasant spot.
Breakfast is served in the form of an international buffet with pastries, jams, eggs, fruit salad, cold cuts, etc. There is a large selection of fine teas, which is quite an improvement on the usual items one finds in other establishments.
The restaurant on the right of the reception area opens out onto the street like a proper brasserie and is decorated in the same trendy and modern tones as the rest of the hotel. The room opposite the bar is called the "restaurant-lounge Les galets" and is separated into two sections: a cocktail bar with low sofas and armchairs and a small restaurant furnished with tables and high stools. The restaurant serves fusion cuisine, which fits in well with the interior decor, mixing Mediterranean dishes and sushi, as well as American club sandwiches and tapas. It is a perfect place to both eat and enjoy a pre-dinner drink.
The other section, on the left of the lobby, serves as a lounge or an area to have a drink: it includes armchairs, sofas and pebble-shaped cushions. This design is also seen everywhere in the establishment, down to the lighting fixtures with sinuous shapes vaguely reminiscent of translucent jellyfish.
We particularly appreciated the lighting created by the "Nice-style" blinds in the breakfast room and in the restaurant.