The hotel has 54 rooms split into various categories: single, deluxe, superior, junior suite and suite. What they lack in size they make up for in decor. As part of his "luxury of being at home", the manager has succeeded with aplomb in his attempts to make pretty cocoons of his rooms. The prominent use of different materials like ceramics, leather, silk, velvet and toile de Jouy gives the space a sense of depth, while each detail has been carefully thought through and the colour scheme of black, brown, beige and red matches nicely. The decor in the bathrooms is an original combination of black and brown, which makes a change from the usual white. The amenities have not been neglected either. On the contrary, the rooms are provided with the standard equipment expected of a hotel in this category as well as an iPod dock, a complimentary bottle of water on arrival and Etro hospitality products. The 'Rendez-vous du Mathurin' suite is quite simply 'magical'. It is dedicated to art and culture, and hides a few surprises in a wall decorated with 12 paintings to which only the client has the keys.