We should warn you that you will need a bit of patience to reach your room at the Savoy, especially if you're staying on one of the upper floors! Not only is there but one (slow) lift, you have to use your key card out to access the corridor on your floor. This makes everything very safe, just not always very practical! There are four categories of rooms available: single, double, twin and the suites. Inside, you'll discover an Art Deco-style decor that is elegant but not hugely original: a bed, wooden furniture, a few paintings, etc. Some of the decorative elements come from Estonia (like the lamps), while the furniture has been imported from Italy. There's nothing to complain about when it comes to the facilities, except that the noise made by the air-conditioning system may irritate some guests. If this is the case, then you'll be happy to know that there are ear plugs available in the drawer in the bedside table. It's useless trying to turn it off, as the air-conditioning is central. This is a real shame, as otherwise the establishment is very peaceful. There are plans to equip all the rooms with tea and coffee-making facilities in the near future. As for the bathrooms, while some of them have a very pleasant decor featuring little black and gold tiles, others are more simple. What's more, some of them are equipped with a shower while others have a bathtub.