When it comes to its guest rooms, this hotel is very inconsistent, which we thought was a real shame. It offers double and triple rooms and even a room for four people on the 6th floor, not to mention its crowning glory - a wonderful fully-equipped five-person apartment which really does come up trumps. The decor in the guest rooms is very modest and not the most flattering, with old, worn fabrics on the walls and wallpaper which is torn in places, making for rather shabby surroundings which really do bear the scars of their past. The furniture, too, is limited to a strict minimum and is often poorly-matched and not particularly tasteful. Having said that, some of the rooms do feature lovely new modern wall-lights. All this mismatched and frankly quite unappealing decor is in fact the first target in a major series of modifications, renovation work and paper-stripping that will see the guest rooms made over in a far more modern style, so you'll have to forgive the untidiness for the time being, even if you find it off-putting at first. The bathrooms, meanwhile, feature very original tiling with a very tasteful natural mineral effect. It'll come as no surprise that the hotel's crowning glory is its one-storey apartment next door, overlooking the street. The decor here is very modern as it has just been refurbished. The apartment can accommodate 5 people, with a sofa-bed in the large lounge area and a beautiful bedroom to the rear. There is also a kitchen with a modern fitted breakfast bar and crockery and electrical appliances are provided, so you can be as independent as you please. The decor is generally very minimalist and contemporary and features very trendy shades of chocolate and white.