Marco Polo didn’t die here, but still merits a room (35sq m) in his honour, decorated with antique furniture bought from famed Parisian auction house, Cornette de Saint-Cyr. Mistinguett evokes les années folles (1920s/1930s). Much of the furniture in this room belonged to Mistinguett, the most popular, well paid and risqué female French entertainer of her time. The walls are decorated with galuchat (ray skin) and trompe l’oeil and the room contains art deco ornaments and furniture. Another femme fatale, Mata Hari, lends her name to Chic Room 44, which is covered with rich fabrics, velvet and black lace. Reine Hortense is named after Napoleon’s daughter-in-law, and has a terrace and a small lounge, decorated with drapes and hangings to create a tent-like ceiling.