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The rooms are small and of a very good standard. They are cosy, well decorated and furnished. Air-conditioning is available in some rooms, however. Breakfast is available at the hotel. The lobby is inspired by the artist Mondrian with a 30?s Far East theme. The dominant tones: red and gold. Two walls of the lobby are adorned with gold woodwork. A large console in purple wood and red lacquer is used as the reception desk. In the centre, four large armchairs in red lacquer encircle a 60?s plastic and glass table sculpture. Space is broken up by contemporary artefacts, found on purple wood bolsters or hung on the walls: statuettes, sculptures, suspensions, photographs.. The hotel has a big size lobby. Hotel Beauchamps tells a story about an imaginative, scholarly arts collector, with a passion for art and travel named Baltazar Beauchamps. The hotel was his private home. His objects and his works have been set out as decoration. The bedrooms hotel Beauchamps boasts 89 bedrooms. Spread across six floors with various decors and categories, bedrooms all have views onto either the rue de Ponthieu or the rue du Colisée or onto a courtyard. The bedrooms are in one of three dominant tones: copper, sand or celadon. In the majority of rooms a large fabric reproduction of a Victor Hugo drawing covers a whole wall, behind the bed head. The other walls are cream coloured, complementing the carpet in saffron and khaki tones. A small wooden cupboard, in Chinese coral lacquer waits to hold clothes and valuable accessories (minibar, safe etc). The high comfortable beds have white duvets, a braided bedspread and tailored cushions adding effect to the tone. Articulated bedside lamps frame a bed, rather like an artist?s workshop and the furniture is equally as simple; a cedar wood desk with simple lines, a contemporary armchair and a plain lamp. White nets and double curtains drape the windows. A mirrored sliding door enlarges the space and opens into the bathroom. The rooms are equipped with a shower or a bath.