Although the layout of the entrance hall was completely altered, most of the guest rooms have been kept as they were, with the exception of a handful that were sacrificed for the greater good! In fact, 13 new suites were created, consisting of 7 Junior, 4 Ambassador, 1 Presidential, and 1 Royal. The hotel's 224 Standard and Superior guest rooms are divided among 2 floors and feature the same tasteful decor as the communal areas: marble floors, rugs, velour-padded furniture, organic bedding and a velour bedspread, stylish lighting fixtures (plastic in some of the suites), etc.
In terms of amenities, you'll really be hard-pushed to find anything to fault here, with a giant plasma screen television complete with keypad and information system (reception program, restaurant menu, etc.), 2 phones, a self-service minibar, a large electronic safe, and even a basket of fruit, among other things, all provided for your comfort. One slightly disappointing element, though, is the apparent lack of originality in the bathrooms, which come with a bathtub, a separate toilet, a phone, a selection of Russelior-brand hospitality products, a magnifying mirror, bathrobes, and slippers. Unfortunately, the balconies do not have views of the sea but rather of the entrance or the hotel's delightful gardens.