Need to know
31, including one Pillows suite.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $240.69 (€211), excluding tax at 9 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of 7% per booking on check-out.
Rates do not include breakfast; for €25 you can take your pick from a lavish Continental buffet of freshly baked pastries and bread, granola and Greek yoghurt, fruit salad, cheeses and cold cuts, eggs any-which-way and hot and cold drinks.
Some of the hotel’s rooms benefit from a French balcony (overlooking either the hotel garden or the city) or a big-enough-for-two terrace.
At the hotel
Terrace, concierge, free WiFi throughout, laundry service. In rooms: 32” flatscreen TV; Tivoli sound system with Bluetooth streaming; Smart control panel for the lights, locks and air-conditioning; kettle and Nespresso coffee machine; gourmet minibar; bespoke bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Rooms are a living lullaby of pastel hues, fragrant eucalyptus plants and soft lighting. Bathrooms can be bijou, so opt for a Deluxe Room if you’d like a little more elbow room. The Pillows Suite is worth the extra euros for restful garden views, and it’s the only room in the hotel fitted with both a shower and bath tub. The Small Luxury Rooms, set in the attic, may appeal to garret-craving poetic souls, but their diminutive size could prove a little too intimate for some.
To really set the mood in your oh-so comfy bed, download some chilled-out tunes, and bring an eye mask and lavender oil – why, did you think you’d be using it for something other than sleeping?
Hotel staff are happy to hand out free daily newspapers for fireside reading.
You’re unlikely to hear the pitter-patter of tiny feet in this serene, grown-up stay.