The establishment's 109 guestrooms are available in two categories: Deluxe and Superior. The bedrooms' interior design is a real success. They are spacious, ranging from 22 to 26 m², and warm, which contrasts sharply with the immaculate coldness of the common areas. The choice of colours features nuances of white, beige and grey, with touches of bright colours. The king size beds are adorned with delicate bedding, and the headboards are particularly attractive, covered with leather which catches the light. An interesting detail: guests can still watch the TV easily while lying down, as it is placed at the side on top of a wardrobe.
Every room has large windows, filling them with plenty of natural daylight, and most of them look out onto the verdant interior courtyard. The amenities are exemplary: a DVD player combined with a large flat-screen television, individual air-conditioning, a mini-bar, Wi-Fi or wired Internet access available for free (like the large safe), electronic blinds which enable guests to block out the light without having to shut the window, a welcome tray, etc. Attention to detail goes even further than that: there is an umbrella hanging in the wardrobe, guests can request an iPod docking station, a map of jogging routes is provided in every room, and twice a week, a member of staff can even accompany you on your jog. The surface area of the (more classic) bathrooms is quite substantial. They are fitted with a shower and provided with some hospitality products, a large mirror and a hair-dryer. Room service is available until 11:00pm. 12 of the rooms have a balcony and 2 of them are adapted to cater for disabled guests.
Our accommodation tip: if you want to have a view of the castle, request room n# 704.