The British design Kate Hume was responsible for the interior concept of the 126 rooms, the lobby and the Bar Bleu; the Brasserie was created in cooperation with Stephen Williams. Hume knows that bathroom is the perfect place for winding down completely and simply switching off. That's why she deliberately designed the hotel's bathrooms to reflect the hotel's guiding principle. This is a place where guests can relax into themselves and experience wellness. The reduced colours in the bathrooms encourage rest. The interior designer opted for glazed titanium steel as the material for the showers and baths, choosing the BetteUltra shower tray and the BetteLux, BetteOcean and BetteLux Oval Silhouette baths. The result? Contrasting forms and different materials form an architecturally coherent overall concept.