The residence houses studios, apartments of various sizes and duplex apartments that sleep two to six guests. As is standard in a 4-star establishment, the apartments are very well furnished and cosy. The interior is the same in all the units. They offer simplicity with the beige tones of the walls and curtains, warmth with the thick light-wood furniture, and elegance with blue and classy wall-to-wall carpets that harmoniously blend in with the bedspreads. All the apartments face rue Edouard VII, which is a pedestrian, and therefore quiet, street. Some rooms are ideally located at the corner of the street and offer a distant view of the Eiffel tower. Others afford a view of the lovely small place Edouard VII square with the statue of the monarch riding his battle steed. All the apartments offer free wireless and cable Internet access, a stereo, and a flat screen TV with integrated DVD player. The larger apartments have an additional lounge area with a sofa bed. VIP clients are provided with a dressing gown. They also enjoy a rather cool advantage, which is to be allowed to book the nicer apartments that the residence has to offer. Indeed, some are more spacious and afford an interesting view of Paris and its monuments. Six of the apartments are duplex flats, under the roofs, nestled in the attic, with an upstairs room and a downstairs sitting room. These are the most spacious and resemble small private apartments. One of them is out of this world, as the mezzanine area that gives onto the sitting room provides dizzying height to the room; unfortunately, it's nearly always booked.