The hotel includes 3 rooms and 5 suites. Whilest the rooms are reasonably sized and decorated with taste and originality, the suites are simply amazing. The interior decor has been created with the finest materials from all four corners of the world and the paintings adorning the walls have been done by artists who have come specifically to recreate a typically Renaissance scene, the 'Venus emerging from the water', and find the perfect tone for the walls, reminiscent of that same era. This impressive work was directed with enthusiasm by the manager of the hotel. He could have got away with a lot less, but that is evidently not his style! The suites are huge and offer a very particular atmosphere that will delight history and art enthusiasts. Many periods are represented, be it the Renaissance era, the colonial era, Botticelli, ancient Rome, or the romantic period. The choice is yours for a trip back in time! For those who'd rather opt for the rooms, you should note that there is not much point in the Little Venice rooms, but that the Yin and Yang rooms with their ethnic decoration, warm colours and small terrace, offer a pleasant ethnic setting. A varied use is made of materials in this room (such as the slate in the bathroom and the parquet floors), and of objects, such as the many Buddha statues brought back from travelling. You will even find art works in the shower! The suites have a spacious bathroom, with a corner bath, from which you can enjoy paintings and objects of art in peace. The amenities include a minibar, a kettle, a DVD player, a safe, dressing-gowns, a flat-screen television, a hair-dryer and hospitality products. In fact, financial realities quickly sink in when you try to create the perfect establishment; this is the reason why guests sometimes find themselves faced with contradictions. A DVD player but no shampoo for example, luxurious materials from far-flung countries but no hair-dryer, etc... it's quite incomprehensible! However, it is obvious that the good intentions are there and that is what makes a stay here so enjoyable. Finally, if there are two things that the most demanding guests should know: one is that the beds are hard, very hard and it is sometimes difficult to walk around the beds, even in the suites; and two, is that some of the rooms don't even have a bedside table.