It is difficult to describe the guestrooms of this hotel as everything is exuberant, colourful, dynamic and fascinating as long as you like follies, exuberance, mixed materials and colourful and dynamic wallpapers and upholstery. The hotel has 17 rooms only - the ambiance is extremely intimate. The owner and Christian Lacroix clad these 17 guestrooms with a different attire for each one but this doesn't mean that the style is pretentious or elitist haute-couture, or snobbish; the decoration of the hotel is an accomplished blend of styles. There are just four categories of rooms available and no suites, but rooms differ in size depending on the category. The hotel constantly sways from the historic style, referring to the origin of the building - solid wood parquet, beams on the ceiling, and a more lively and colourful contemporary style. You will see zebra stripes on one wall, flowery wallpaper on another and patterns re-creating retro designs thanks to a new range of very dynamic colours. In one of the rooms, renovated furniture is to be found, such as 'empire' style armchairs covered with modern upholstery, or 1970's chairs, covered with contemporary cushions. The atmosphere is all at once retro, baroque, rococo, although not excessive, displaying just enough colours to surprise the guests without offending them.