The hotel has 38 guest rooms, 35 of which overlook the sea. They consist of: 11 Tradition rooms ranging from 14m² to 18m² with a sea view but no balcony, 9 Superior rooms ranging from 15m² to 21m² with a sea view and balcony, 14 Privilege rooms ranging from 19m² to 21m² with a panoramic sea view and balcony, and one 32m² Suite with two separate bedrooms, a balcony, a terrace and a panoramic sea view.
The three Tradition rooms overlooking the inner courtyard are particularly dark, but the owner assured us that they are often offered as a last resort.
Other than these three guest rooms, all the others have a sea view, even if the view is more or less obstructed depending on which floor the room is on. To take full advantage of the Mediterranean and the Baie des Anges, the upper floors are best.
Although the rooms are not laid out in the same way due to the architecture of the building, a former guest house dating from 1853, the decor is largely the same regardless of room category - only the colour scheme changes. As in the communal areas, the decor in the guest rooms is contemporary with clean lines. Unlike the immaculate white of the lobby/breakfast room/bar though, the guest rooms are decorated in shades of creams and browns or plums and greys. The light grey or beige walls, nice carpet, modern wooden furniture with white varnish, and matching bed head and bed runner give them a cosy, warm, and sophisticated feel.
All the guest rooms are equipped with a minibar, safe, flat-screen television with Satellite and Canal+ (French premium pay television), reversible air-conditioning, an office area, free Wi-Fi and a telephone.
The same contemporary and modern style continues in the bathrooms, which are entirely tiled in light grey making them particularly bright and pleasant. Other than the three guest rooms with showers in the bathrooms, all the other have bathtubs. The toilets are not separate, except in the Suite.
The hotel does not have any guest rooms adapted for people with reduced mobility.