Located in district 17 of Paris you are conveniently located no where near anything of interest.
Transport wise, you are right in top of a railway station and a major railway junction, so expect lots of noise. There are no near by metro links (slap in the middle between two with a substantial walk) so expect to use Taxis regularly - particularly in business.
The rooms are of typical Parisien fair, small. The decor is ageing and the rooms aren't exactly clean. Don't expect you TV to work or indeed to ever connect to the "Advertised" wifi.
The front desk are inconsistent, and seem to go out if there way to ill advise you, for example we knew getting a taxi on a Sunday morning would be near impossible unless booked the previous day, the staff were insistent it would be okay to do on the day despite our insistence! Needless to say we waited an hour the following morning!
Checking out us painful, despite asking your room number for breakfast (which if you don't get to early enough there will be little choice from the meagre amount available) each morning this doesn't get fed through to reception, though if you do stay here, this is an opportunity to lower your bill ;)
Possibly the worst hotel i have stayed in, ever!More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included