The Régina boasts 120 stunning rooms of varying styles. A ?classic' room will set you back 375 Euros (£324), a 'superior' room tariff is set at 450 Euros (£389) and 515 Euros (£445) for a ?deluxe' - prices are subject to change. The two beautiful presidential suites are also for rent at 990 Euros (£858) with original 16th century tapestry hanging from the ceiling down to the floors on the wall opposite the four-poster bed. The two rooms and their remarkable art deco bathrooms can be linked by a door that is locked most of the time and are often rented out for fashion photo shoots. The sixth floor, which used to be the maid's headquarters, is said to be haunted. The small cosy attic rooms have recently been renovated and made a little more contemporary whilst retaining something of the hotel's magic; the rooms are all different and may boast a red lacquered wall and a printed bedspread depicting colonial scenes. Although not always very generous in size, (ranging from 15m²-60m²) the rooms are kitted out appropriately with flat screen televisions, hair dryers, telephones, safes, mini-bars and various television channels including BBC World and CNN, as well as Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and German channels. The rooms have balconies which give out onto Paris as it is in the films, although noisy. When it comes to the view, very few rooms are a letdown, as 60% overlook the Jardins des Tuileries or the Louvre and 40% give out onto a small interior garden. All rooms have double glazing, so little exterior traffic is heard; however, once the windows are open, the silence is broken as a little of Paris' bustle climbs through the window into the room. The bathrooms, whether with stained glass on the ceilings or decked out entirely in marble, have all the mod-coms one expects in such a high-class hotel such as heated toilets seats of course! The beauty products are from renowned French brand, Fragonard. All the rooms, whichever one you choose, are extremely comfortable with plush bed linen and new upholstery. Choose an attic room for a more contemporary Parisian feel or a classic room, decked out in thick carpets and rugs, and refined Art Nouveau furniture and heavy drapes. When making a booking, a style of room should be mentioned as they do vary greatly between contemporary chic and kingly 1900s design. Check-in 3pm/check-out midday.