The hotel's 29 guest rooms come in various categories, namely Standard (single room), Superior and Deluxe (in the majority), Junior Suite and two upmarket Old Tour Square Suites. The Superior rooms are perfectly pleasant, with a floor area of around 26m², but bear in mind that since the hotel consists of former private dwellings, all the rooms are different. They do, nevertheless, all feature the same elegant, deliberately minimalist decor featuring both bright shades and beiges. The light wooden furniture and heavy curtains framing the windows make for a warm atmosphere, whilst large wardrobes are also provided for you to store your belongings. Other amenities include a double bed, a secretaire desk, a mini-bar and individual air-conditioning, as well as an unfortunately small cathode-ray television broadcasting a large selection of foreign channels.
The marble bathrooms are spacious and come with heated flooring, a selection of hospitality products and a Starck-designed bathtub. In a truly original little twist, some of the rooms in the Deluxe category are in fact split-level units, with a total floor area of 35m² including the rather dark lounge area and kitchenette (no cooker), which comes complete with tea and coffee-making facilities. If you're travelling as a family you might be interested to know that it's possible to accommodate an additional 2 people in a double bed. You'll also find you have a free safe, a bathrobe and slippers, and for a real touch of glamour, a four-poster bed and exposed beams. Some of the rooms have a small terrace overlooking the surrounding rooftops. Room service is available from 7:00am until midnight with a variety of pasta dishes, salads and pizzas available. It's also worth pointing out that the hotel has one room with disabled access.