An architectural objective for the hotel was to incorporate large windows into the faade to make relatively small rooms more spacious, bright and improve views of the old City. The external faade is very simple and repetitive in terms of the rhythm of the windows and solid wall. The site was developed as two buildings divided by a garden and connected by a glass link. The ground and basement accommodate public spaces and the rest devoted to 110 bedrooms. The entrance foyer creates a calm space using a monochromatic scheme with flowers and selected objects displayed. Some bedrooms have glass bathrooms to give the internal space an extra dimension. Other rooms have stone clad bathrooms with bath or shower for a more private experience.