The 50 guest rooms are divided into the standard, superior and deluxe categories, each of which is a different size. The facilities and decor are virtually identical in all the rooms. The hotel is in a luxurious Hausmannian building, and the very romantic spirit of this old, traditional style of Parisian town house has been retained. For example, about ten of the rooms still have a fire place, and the rooms on the top floor have sloping attic ceilings. Therefore, all the guest rooms have a certain charm and style, and are undeniably romantic. Their decor was completely renewed in 2010, and now features more modern shades such as chocolate brown, turquoise and red, while the curtains are patterned and made out of retro fabrics. All of the rooms are decorated in the same style, with furniture in the classic French Second Empire style, and pretty pictures and mirrors adorning the walls. The dash of modernity added by the colour scheme combines very well with the old architecture throughout. One special feature of this luxurious setting is the five originally-decorated rooms available in the deluxe category. These five 'Elephant' rooms have kept their old decor, and their walls are covered in stunning wallpaper depicting hordes of elephants. The rooms are all provided with a television with international and sports channels, a safe, dressing gowns, a mini-bar, an iPod dock and free Wi-Fi access.