The Hôtel de Noailles has only 57 rooms, and these are divided into the standard, superior, deluxe and suite categories. They are all decorated with a similar sense of harmony, and their overall decor gives the place a very trendy, modern look, with beige and chocolate carpets, walls faced with light wood, and other sections of wall coloured brightly or covered in imitation leather. Although the hotel does not exude a particularly feminine feel, the owner has fitted discreet but fantastic lighting systems alongside the beds, which are gently caressed as a result with silky, coloured light. The bathrooms are decorated with small and very stylish black and red mosaics, and follow a very trendy open-plan design which only separates them from the rooms by smoked glass windows or, even more audaciously, by the simplicity of light curtains. This transparency, combined with an impression of freedom, is a great idea. Some of the rooms have private wooden terraces overlooking the inner courtyard and enjoying total privacy thanks to the thick vegetation around their edges. A number those overlooking the street have little balconies that are very pleasant in fine weather. As far as amenities are concerned, the rooms have free Wi-Fi, a mini-bar, air-conditioning and a television.