The Renaissance has 122 rooms, including 22 suites and four rooms with disabled access. The rooms are clean and, having been decorated so recently, all in perfect nick. All bedrooms are decorated in the same way, featuring a mix of contemporary furniture in the signature green, white and grey. Many also feature large canvas canapés depicting various scenes from nature, and oversized gold gilded, green tinted mirrors. The main difference between the superior and prestige rooms (standard doesn't exist) therefore is simply in size. Whether you're in the new block, or the older buildings, the superior rooms can seem a little cramped. This is not so much due to the size of the room than to the fact that the hotel's signature furniture pieces, such as the classic Parisian style arm chair, are squeezed into every room regardless of size. If you're staying for a while, or if you have a tendency to pack heavily, it may be worth splashing out on some extra floor space and going for a prestige!
70% of rooms have a view out onto the courtyard, which is the hotel's best feature, so check this when booking. Although some rooms boast large panelled windows, others seemed a little short of natural light. Don't be surprised to find sweeping curtains hiding a small window and a large expanse of wall. The new Renaissance has nevertheless retained a touch of classic luxury. Bathrooms are decorated in dark wood paneling and marble, with large back-lit mirrors and a selection of luxury complementary products. While most bathrooms are equipped with both bath and shower, those that lack the bath have generous-sized monsoon showers. All rooms are air conditioned and quiet, many contain espresso machines, and the suites boast ample space, comfortable sitting areas, and large desks.