The hotel has several categories of rooms ranging from standards to 70m² suites. Having only visited the standard rooms, we will focus mostly on these.
The rooms measure about 18m², their decor is simple and refined and the furniture is cream-coloured. For amenities they offer a comfortable bed, a flat-screen TV with national and international channels, a mini-bar, a digital safe and a luggage rack: all in all, it is ideal for a short holiday.
The best part of these rooms, though, is their terrace. Indeed, regardless of their category, all of the rooms have an 8m² terrace that is equipped with a coffee table and two very pleasant small chairs for reading in the sun. If you have the choice, ask for a room on one of the building's upper floors (3 and 4); you will have a view over the bay of Rosas and its promenade. And if you keep the windows open at night, you will be lulled to sleep by the waves: a real luxury.
The bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub, a toilet and a wash basin. You will also find welcome toiletries and a soap dispenser.
Major work had to be done at the hotel for it to have its own on-site laundry. The goal was to reduce water consumption by 50%. We were impressed by this initiative completely in keeping with the environmental problems linked to this territory.