Interestingly for a Parisian hotel, the Edouard 7 has a considerable 70 guest rooms which come in 6 categories, varying in size and degree of luxury, but which, moreover, offer two different styles of decor, thus creating two distinct, very individual worlds, reflecting two separate personalities of a hotel which undoubtedly attracts two different types of traveller. The corridors leading off to the guest rooms at the Edouard 7 are very elegantly-appointed and impeccably noble. The more 'classical' guest rooms feature parquet flooring, a bed topped with a fabric canopy, a selection of paintings adorning the walls and elegant Napoleonic-style furniture, all decorated in warm shades of beige, brown and orange, making for a chic and very romantic ambience. The rather more daring 'Couture' rooms, on the other hand, are the hotel's most recent decorative project and are full of surprises, from the colours, materials and textures used to the ambiances they create. Rest assured, though, that you'll soon be won over. The designers of the 'Couture' rooms took their inspiration for the rooms from the colours and tapestry motifs which were popular in the days of Edward VII, as a result of which you'll find headboards covered in silk with fine velvet motifs, walls bedecked with very colourful fabrics bearing spellbinding geometrical patterns and even Prince of Wales carpets. The whole ensemble is busy yet at the same time light and airy, with motifs that are easy on the eye, and you'll soon come to love the combinations of colours and materials, thrown together in extravagant creativity. The rooms in this 'Couture' collection offer five different styles of decor, differing in terms of the colours and themes, and it is clear that great attention is paid to detail here. The furniture, for its part, is Art Deco-inspired, whilst the bathroom tiles are embedded with strips of silvery lace. It is also interesting to note that the suites have been named after the wives and mistresses of Edward VII, a real ladies' man, it would seem.