The hotel's 55 guest rooms are each different from the next in terms of the layout, decor and colour scheme. The same contrasts can also be noted in the communal areas, with unique pieces by Starck and Le Corbusier and a canvas depicting Renaissance frescoes stretched across the ceiling, whilst the bed linen is made from Egyptian cotton and the cushions and tartan rugs by Kenzo and Missoni. The rooms here come in 5 categories, namely Classic, Superior, Executive, Prestige (with or without a balcony) and of course the Suite, also with or without a balcony, though all rooms come with Hermes hospitality products, an iPod docking station, a plasma-screen television, Ladurée confectionery, a complimentary bottle of Voss water and a welcome tray, irrespective of the category. The Prestige room even come with Bang & Olufsen speakers and a Nespresso coffee machine, whilst the Suites have everything you would expect, as well as a few extras, such as a Wii games console (with Wii Fit!). If you really want to splash out, the Suite with the balcony is a wonder of design, with views spanning right across the rooftops of Paris.