With a 19th century-style façade, the Europe hotel is 5 storeys high and 3 windows wide. As soon as you enter the lobby you notice that it extends out in front of you. The entrance, reception and waiting areas succeed one another along a long and rather wide hallway. The decoration is smart and modern, with its grey and white striped walls, red leather sofas, coffee tables following the pattern of the floor tiling, a black lacquered upright piano and reproductions of paintings by great masters. As a whole, though, it is all rather worn (with chips in the furniture and on the walls), and the lack of natural lighting makes the space seem a bit dark and gloomy even in the middle of the day, despite the lights on the walls and spotlights on the ceiling.
The spacious breakfast room is located just to the right of the hotel's entrance and benefits from a large picture window overlooking the street. The decor is identical to that of the lobby. With tables with designer chairs on one side, and coffee tables next to the picture window on the other, it is a pleasant spot. However, with only eight tables for 54 rooms, guests can expect that they won't always be able to have breakfast exactly when they would like.
Adjacent to the breakfast room is a conference room.
The guest rooms themselves are spread out in two buildings which can be accessed without leaving the hotel. Building A has 5 storeys while building B has 4. Both of them have a lift. The hallways leading to the rooms contrast with the lobby. They are rather narrow (which might be a problem for guests in wheelchairs) and the decor is non-existent.
Guests can reach the hotel's spa area from the lobby. This well-being centre is decorated in an agreeable Asian style. It can be reached via the boutique overlooking the street (the other entrance to this centre). Just behind it you will find the small balneotherapy swimming pool in the Roman bath style, a massage room, a hammam and hydrotherapy hot tubs. It is a warm and friendly place offering a refined decor with an emphasis on wicker and shades of beige and chocolate brown in the waiting rooms (with a television, tea, coffee), It is a very stylish place for relaxing.
The proposed treatments range from massages to more specialised treatments (light legs, anti-ageing, scrubs, care for dry skin).