The are 24 guestrooms spread over four floors at the Ministère. They are split into four different categories: superior, classic, deluxe and suite. Each room is unique in terms of its layout and size as this is, after all, an old building. Their décor though is pretty standard throughout featuring bright, bold colours on the carpets, walls and furniture upholstery. The size of the first two categories is pretty small but they have all the amenities of the other rooms including flatscreen television, iPod docking station, safe, complimentary mini bar (soft drinks), telephone and air conditioning. They are equipped with queen size beds and good quality linen as well as light wood headboards and bedside tables and fun carpeting. The bathrooms are light and feature walk-in showers with monsoon heads, tall stand alone sinks and Casanera toiletries. The classic rooms are very similar in style with a little extra square footage.
The deluxe rooms differ in style in that the bathrooms are separated from the bedrooms by a wall of light wood slats (which one can see through). They have the same puffy lamp shades as in the lobby and feature designer seating and a bulbous occasional table. The bathrooms have a double vanity in Carrera marble with sleek fittings and, like the superior and classic rooms, have bathrobes, slippers and a hairdryer. But if you're looking to be as comfortable as possible and need a decent amount of space then you should consider going for one of the junior suites in the building's annex. As well as the larger surface areas, the bedrooms have seating areas and their bathrooms boast free standing bathtubs.
Note that the rooms on the third floor which face the interior of the building are too high to be able to see the small garden and the glass roof of the lobby meaning that the view is essentially of the other side of the building and of the gutter.