An historic landmark with a beautiful 1923 façade, known as the 'literary hotel', and a perfect hide-away for many.The rooms are medium in size, designed by Alain Marcot and decorated in different colour schemes, earth, coral and plum, combining refined materials (mahogany wood, silks, marbles, travertin and wrought iron) with thoughtful attention. They are all air conditioned, very well equipped with mini-bar and modern facilities and in excellent condition. The bathroom is in marble and decorated by beautiful pieces of enamel work equipped with bathrobes, slippers and cosmetics of high quality. Wi-Fi available. Video player, in-room fax on request. The breakfast room is on the ground floor. It's a luminous, magnificent room with large windows and view of the Japanese garden.