With 88 accommodation units, the Radisson 1919 is in the league of boutique hotels. There are 5 categories of rooms available: standard, deluxe, business class, junior suite, and suites. Although all of the rooms are different, they do share one thing in common: their loft design, with no separation between the sitting room area and the bedroom in the suites. Each one is equipped with a flat screen TV (size varies with the room category), a phone with the 'one touch service' function of the Radisson, a mini bar, a coffee and tea tray, a safe, a heater, and an espresso machine in the business class rooms. As for the interior decorating, the 1919 has opted for elegant sobriety: grey bedspreads, parquet floors, simple grey and black furniture, and a couple of paintings and objects placed here and there. We would've appreciated a more 'maritime' interior, as a homage to the history of the premises. The bathroom is entirely covered in white tiles and includes a phone, a square-shaped sink, a bathtub or a shower, and Anne Simonin hospitality products. You should note that the size of the windows, and therefore the amount of light, depend on which floor you're on. The higher you go, the narrower the openings.