The hotel has 45 rooms, all quite spacious (for a town hotel): 270 ft² for the double rooms, 430 ft² for the triple rooms, 540 ft² for the 3 suites and 700 ft² for the accommodation composed of a suite and a double connecting room (the "family river suite"). As for the view, 50% of the lodgings overlook the river and a surprising building, the Dancing House: it looks like the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, but in vertical version. It is the work of the same North American architect Frank Gehry. As the Dancing House houses offices, and not works of art, it cannot be visited. Moreover, this is a good reason to ask for a room with a "river view" and on the upper floors preferably. Otherwise, the panorama will focus on the street or the courtyard formed by the block of buildings. The amenities are modest and cosy (bright walls, curtains in the Belle Epoque style); special mention for the bathrooms accessible by a swinging door in frosted glass and tiled with golden beige mosaics. In each bathroom you will find a bathtub, a hair dryer, bathrobes, welcome products branded The White Company (1 ounce capacity). The amenities include a television, direct dial telephone, air conditioning, a safe (free) and a minibar.