The carpet-covered corridors leading to the guest rooms really help to keep this place tranquil (high heels on floor tiles can quickly become unbearable). The rooms themselves have salmon-coloured carpeting that feels good under bare feet. Measuring 20m², they display white walls decorated with two paintings and offer all the expected amenities: two beds, a wooden desk topped with a mirror, a luggage rack, a wardrobe with a big mirror, and an armchair, plus a large balcony furnished with two plastic chairs, a small table and a clothes line. They also boast individual air-conditioning supplemented by a ceiling fan, a key-operated safe (£22 per week), a telephone, a fridge (£16 per week), and a tiny TV with satellite channels. The bathroom has a bathtub fitted with a handle and a flexible shower, toilets, tissues and hospitality products. However, there is no hair-dryer.