The 67 guestrooms and 40 suites show extreme attention to detail, decorated with noble materials, in three different harmonies of gold, brass and tortoise shell. Jacques Garcia was of course chosen to design the leatherette headboards, the damask and striped velvet sofas... Each guestroom has its own spacious walk-in wardrobe, a comfortable desk area, free WiFi internet access, a multi-functional printer (scanner and fax), a DVD player, a Nespresso coffee machines, free soft drinks from the minibar, perfume by Hermès, a safe, two television screens (lounge and bathroom) and a separate toilet. The bathrooms decorated in marble and mahogany are equipped with a bathtub and a spacious tropical shower, a double washbasin, a anti-fog mirror, and a whirlpool and chromatherapy bath in the suites. The acoustics were also paid close attention to in the guest rooms thanks to the triple-glazed double windows - the rooms that look out to the Champs Elysées are therefore very quiet. The little details making all the difference, the butler is available around the clock for all categories of rooms, which means that you will be checked in directly in your room. The two largest suites have a splendid view of the roofs of Paris and the Eiffel Tower.