The 55 rooms are divided into standard, superior and suite categories. They are different sizes (from 215 to 270 sq ft for superior rooms), and have different layouts. The standard rooms only have room for a double bed, or two twin beds, and the bathroom has a shower. You will need to book a superior room if there are more than two of you, as this category includes a sofa-bed in addition to the double bed. They also have a bath in the bathroom. For groups of two or more, the suites include an alcove separate from the lounge, like an apartment. The decor is dominated by baroque influences, although it is less exuberant than in the lobby. There are golden curtains and bedspreads, monochromatic shades of fabric stretched over the walls, a brass art nouveau (or almost) lampshade, and pale wooden furniture in a contemporary style. The overall effect is both subdued, stylish and cosy; a plus point counterbalanced by the drawbacks of the view. Half of the rooms look onto the courtyard, with the neighbouring buildings crowding round. You might as well keep the curtain drawn, or better still, book a room overlooking the street. As far as amenities are concerned, there is a flat-screen satellite television, a tea / coffee-making kit, mini-bar, air conditioning and telephone. In the bathroom, small bottles of Ramada hospitality products (20 ml) and a hair-dryer are provided. There are bathrobes in the superior rooms and suites.