Twelve of the hotel's 60 rooms are singles. The others are either double, triple or quadruple rooms. As in all entry-level town hotels, the rooms are not large: the biggest ones measure approximately 22m². With regards to the furnishing, the comfort of parquet flooring (in all the rooms), simple pale-coloured wood furniture, and floral cloth stretched between two sticks on the wall, like a canvas, add up to quite a stylish ensemble. The bathrooms too are stylish, decorated with mosaic tiling. When you see the price of a double room in low season (from about £61.50 per night), you will see there is very little to complain about! As far as the facilities are concerned, the essentials are all there but there are no extras. Having a bath in the bathroom is a rarity (only 2 rooms have one, the rest have showers). However, every room has a hair-dryer, a liquid soap dispenser, air conditioning, a telephone, and a (free) safe. The rooms either overlook via Marsala or the hotel courtyard (the latter is less noisy).