Each room at the Locarno is completely unique in its furnishings, size and decoration. Choose from singles, classics, superiors, deluxes, suites and even apartments depending on requirements and budget. Though the original hotel only holds 48 rooms, don't be surprised if you get lost on the way. Corridors seem to blend into one and room numbers are not particularly well sign-posted. Though unique, the 20s style remains throughout all the rooms, as well as a vaguely musty smell that suggests they haven't been lived in for some time. The single rooms are slightly pokey but more than adequate for one person, with a single bed, small desk, TV, sufficient wardrobe space, mini-bar and a safe box. Though the mini-bar and safe are discreetly concealed within cupboards and wardrobes, the boxy TVs that stand atop delicate chests of drawers look strangely out of place. The standard and superior rooms are much more spacious, with grand double beds that dominate the room in all their gilded glory. In terms of amenities however, they are identical to the singles. In the same vein, each bathroom is also different, some of them with beautiful original double sinks and bathtubs. Basic bathroom products are provided, with the hotel's own brand supplied in the more luxurious rooms.
Across the road at the Depandance Anahi, the rooms are better lit meaning a less stuffy feel. The furniture here is also a little more modern and certainly not as grandiose so the rooms loose something in terms of charm but feel a little cleaner and more relaxed. Families or those in large groups also have the option to stay in the hotel's family suites or apartments, which can hold up to six people.