The hotel is hidden behind a small door that is very difficult to find. Formerly an electricals shop, the hotel occupies a building that dates back to 1916. There is a small flight of stairs which leads to a rather standard reception area, decorated in a modern brown colour, and behind the desk there is a stylish, brightly coloured bar with contemporary lighting and a gourmet restaurant which is also stylishly furnished.
You will have to wait for a while for the lift that will take you upstairs where the rooms are. However, you will need to use the stairs if you want to go to the top floor, under the roof, where the communal lounge area is. In our opinion, this is the best room of the hotel. The original decor of light bulbs and electrical cables acts as a reminder of the building's previous function as an electricals shop, before it was turned into a hotel. ?A nice atmosphere reigns in this hotel, and it is equipped with some great leather sofas, a television, and a computer. On top of this, tea and coffee are available for guests, free of charge, between 3:00pm and 6:00pm. Some snacks are also served for free.