I stayed at this hotel for two full weeks being in paris for work. For this reason I did not pay for the hotel. Two of my co-workers stayed at the same hotel, so I had an idea of the overall condition of the hotel.
I think there is NO RATIONAL reason of chosing this hotel over others, even in the same area. I did not pay directly for the room but I see the price posted: that goes to about 100 euros for a room (for a single person, for two you have a surcharge) including breakfast. WAY TOO MUCH, considering what you can get in newer hotel even in the very center.
The rooms are small, excessively small. That means the the room is not much more than 3.5 x 3.5. In summer you can use the balcony, view on Sacre Cour, but in winter you're stuck with a room where there's barely space for your luggage between your bed and the wall.
The room was regularly clean however sometimes they forgot something or to put all the blankets on as I left them. That does not mean that the hotel looks "clean". In fact, two times I found a cockroach in the shower. I have been to worse places and I don't panick for such small thins, but hey, if I'd payed 100 euros I'd have ben as mad as hell.
It is extremely disappointing that you DO NOT have internet access in the room. For that price of a room, they could definitively affort a few wi-fi routers. Internet connection in lobby is available at a pricey rate either through a shabby public terminal or through a wi-fi which the stuff does not seem to know much about, is expensive and you can buy only day access.
Bad points for breakfast too. 8.5 euros it's still very expensive if your main scope is not eating a lot of bad-quality products. You have croassant+baguette, boiled eggs, salami, jam, milk and fruit salad. Breakfast is simply shabby. Fruit salad is 100% canned and tasteless. Salami is like the cheapest you can find in a supermarket. The eggs seemed ok, but the third day I got a smelly one which gave me stomach ache. 8.5? Total ripoff.
Again, this is not the worst place I've been, but 100 euros? C'mon, you can find a ton of better hotels, at least a couple even in the area. I was in Paris close to Pantheon in August and paid 70 euros we stayed in two people in a nice family-run hotel which was way more honest that this one. The area is nice and lively, but again, why would you choose this area versus another?
If you really like the area, go there with a 1.60 euros metro ticket and choose a different hotel on a convenient metro line. You'll save money, get more value and stay more confortable.
BUT DO NOT GO THERE.
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