The reception area is medium in size and simply furnished in comparison with the other public rooms, which are enormous and magnificently appointed. The main room is very imposing. Situated beneath a stained glass dome, it hosts a good selection of deluxe boutiques and can be used for large cocktail receptions. It also features original paintings and statues by famous artists. Its centre piece is a marvellous crystal chandelier.
The architecture is traditional and one of its most famous features is its pale green, domed roof.
These rooms overlooked completely the sea . All the large sized rooms have been individually furnished and decorated by the owner in Empire, Louis XIII and Provencals style. All the rooms are in very good condition.
There are two restaurants; one is a brasserie, La Rotonde, which has been designed as a "Pompadour" style carousel, where one can be served anything from a hamburger to caviar and the second, the Chantecler, which is a very famous, elegant, gastronomic restaurant.