The decoration in the rooms is relaxing, both in the standard and 'privilege' rooms. Both categories are furnished with cushions and eiderdowns that give the bed a real sense of serenity. Part of the wall is coloured, giving the partitions a hint of life without making them too garish. The 'privilege' rooms on the seventh floor are geared more towards couples. If you can get over the lack of space, these rooms feature the most particular decor and the greatest attention to detail. They also include a little bar and an espresso machine to make coffee.
There are two views from the hotel: one overlooks the street, and isn't particularly appealing, and the other overlooks the interior garden. The second is certainly more peaceful, but it is a bit on the gloomy side because of the building opposite, which blocks the sun from the courtyard. Also, you always have the feeling of being too close to your neighbours.
The 9 junior suites are all on the side of the hotel overlooking Avenue Notre Dame (which is noisy). Although they are a little on the small side (about 30m²), their main advantage is the designer decor, which creates a modern but comfortable setting, and the pleasantly spacious bathroom. The balcony, on the other hand, could really do with being renovated. Its plain design is too similar to the rest of the building, and its only adornment is the single sad table.