50 bedrooms and suites are distributed across the 3 floors of the Narutis. They look out over the street (it is the most interesting view), to a backyard converted into a car park and planted with greenery (it may sound ugly but it isn't) or to the light shaft and the panoramic lift in the centre of the lobby (avoid this, even if the French windows open to a balcony with flowers in pots, because, as soon as you open the door, you will find yourself in the hotel, or even above it, with no way out). As for the surface area, the standard rooms offer 172 sq ft; the deluxe and suites are a little more spacious. The furniture layout, the colour of the upholstery vary from one room to another, but some features remain the same everywhere: varnished wood, of semi-classical style. Almost every room has a bathtub in the bathroom (except for 6 of them, which are equipped with a shower). Hair-dryer, bathrobes (on request in the standard rooms), hospitality products (in increasing number in correlation with the category of room). The rest of the facilities include a mini-bar, satellite TV, a telephone and air-conditioning.