Avoid being seduced by this comfy spot after a long, jet-lagged flight, however; you run the danger of falling into dreamland in a blink. Though located in a high-traffic area, the building is soundproof, with ceiling-high double-glass windows that create an intimate cocoon from sounds of Paris outside.
Rooms include sitting areas, writing desks, vanities, and mahogany dressing rooms. The décor is more comfortably modern and less flamboyant than the playful lobby, except for mirrors that dominate a great deal of wall space.
If you are not technologically inclined, you may find the various controls and switches in your room, like many in Europe, cumbersome. Every nook has a panel switch plate with lighting options (low, medium, and high) along with other controls (do not disturb, cleaning requests, etc.). Strangely, the switch plate does not have an "all off" choice by your bed, so you may have to run through the room turning off lights before turning in. Surround-sound music is controlled via television, which magically appears in the mirror across from your bed.
Bathrooms are sizable but narrow, and feature double sinks, a soaking tub across from yet another television embedded in a mirror, and a standing shower that can comfortably fit two. A separate water closet with toilet and bidet is located closer to the room's entrance.