Art deco and art nouveau combine in this hotel, where an ornate sculpted iron banister wraps up through four floors, and the guest rooms, all different, blend modern design with the art deco structure. One room was once a chapel, and two have a tiny staircase leading to their bathrooms with marble or granite tiles. Two rooms have showers with seven showerheads. Rooms on the fourth floor are smaller but are less expensive and come with great views of the Parliament Buildings.
The Edith Piaf Suite, named for the French singer who used to frequent the hotel, is popular with some who stay here.