The contemporary decor featuring shades of chestnut brown (two armchairs, parquet flooring, wooden furniture, etc.) and white walls dominate the guest rooms, where an accent has clearly been placed on the modern boutique hotel aspect rather than the charm of the historical building. All of the rooms are different, ranging from the 25m² standards, the superior with a two-person sofa bed, the deluxe with a free-standing bathtub and a large separate shower, the junior suites with a living room and a terrace, to the 70m² presidential suite. Across the board, though, there is nothing negative to say about the comfort and the amenities, which include: a flat-screen television, a bench at the foot of the king-size bed, a minibar fridge (the items inside - notably crisps and olive oil - cost extra), discreet air-conditioning, a free Wi-Fi connection, 24/7 room service (with the menu placed on the wooden table), an iron and ironing board, and an electronic safe large enough to be able to store a laptop computer. The bathroom that closes with a sliding wooden door is equipped with a bathtub with a flexible showerhead, slippers and bathrobes, a hair-dryer, organic toiletries, a make-up mirror, tissues, and everything you need to brush your teeth! The toilet is in a separate room, with a bidet and a telephone.