The higher the floor, the clearer the view from the rooms. So if possible, stay on the 4th floor (there is a lift). Otherwise, ask for a room overlooking the street, because those facing the courtyard overlook the car park in the same space. As the hotel only has 39 rooms, book in advance, particularly if you would like the round suite or one of the rooms with a balcony. Regarding the surface area, the standard rooms measure around 194 sq ft. The higher categories are a bit more spacious (but not always). Regarding the fittings, the style of furnishing is classical and refined: varnished wood, walls left white or covered in pale wallpaper, fitted carpet (more often than not). The equipment is identical in the various categories, apart from the bathrobes (not included in the standard rooms). There is a minibar, safe (for a fee), air conditioning, telephone and television. The bathrooms have a bath (apart from some of the smaller ones, which have a shower instead), a hair-dryer, and Europa hospitality products (40 ml). Let's be fair as regards soundproofing in the rooms: this is a historical building, and the thin partitions do allow noise to filter through. Ask for a room at the end of a corridor (and on the top floor), to keep this inconvenience to a minimum.