With a hard grey floor and grey walls, the owners decided to give the guest rooms a boutique hotel-like feel with contemporary decor as opposed to highlighting the charm of the historical palace (except for in the three rooms with a mansard roof and exposed wooden beams). In any case, there's nothing negative to be said about the amenities: a large flat-screen television, a king-size bed, a minibar fridge stocked for free (soda, snacks, chocolate bars, biscuits, crisps, water, orange juice, olives, almonds, etc.), tea and coffee-making facilities, very discreet air-conditioning, a free Wi-Fi connection, room service available 24/7, and a digital-code safe big enough to fit a laptop. The furnishings include a large mirror and a stylish armchair next to a stylish round table. As for the terrace, it has two chairs and looks out over the Roman ruins. The bathroom, open to the bedroom, includes a bathtub, a large shower separated by a glass door, slippers and bathrobes, everything you need to shine your shoes, a hair-dryer, Bulgari brand toiletries, a make-up mirror, a stylish wash basin and a comb. The toilet is in a separate room with a telephone.