There are 14 floors with 503 rooms, so finding your way in this hotel is like walking through a maze! The biggest disadvantage is that the view from half of the rooms looks out onto the restaurant! Despite the fact that the restaurant is inside a glass structure, the view from these rooms does not tell you what the weather is like, nor does it make it possible to let fresh air into the room. As far as comfort is concerned, nothing is lacking in the rooms (television, minibar, mirror, trouser press, etc.) and in terms of their interior decoration, a contemporary style has once again been favoured. There are also numerous lighting fixtures providing good visibility, if needed, which can be dimmed when the evening draws to an end. However, not everything is perfect, the wall-to-wall carpet, for example, is in a rather poor shape. This tarnishes the look of the rooms which seem well-kept at first glance. As for the bathrooms, all have a bathtub and a towel-warmer, which is much appreciated in a city of sub-zero temperatures. The marble fixtures are also abundant, but, on closer observation, they are far from perfect. In terms of comfort, every floor has an ice maker, an ironing board and a shoe-polishing machine: apart from the ice maker, that's almost everything you need to be impeccably dressed for work!