I just got back from a weekend in Paris and stayed at the Fortuny for one night.
The hotel is very central and ideally located for the big department stores - Printemps and Lafayette. Unlike other reviewers, I didn't encounter any tramps outside the hotel (and even if I had, that wouldn't have been the hotel's fault) but there was a group of homeless people at the top of the road sitting on one of the Metro vents to keep warm. To put things in perspective though - I spotted homeless people near the Ritz so that really shouldn't be a factor when selecting the hotel.
When I arrived and asked to check in, the guy on reception said he would see if my room was ready - which I wasn't too happy about since it was 2.30pm and check-in was from 2pm according to the information I'd received. Luckily the room was ready but I would've have been mightlily annoyed if it hadn't been.
They only have one small lift (for a max of 4 people) so I opted to take the stairs instead.
The room was very small. Actually, size-wise the bedroom was fine but the bathroom would not suit everyone. The room looked decent enough though and was clean as was the bathroom.
The walls were quite thin which was a little bit annoying since there was a family with a baby in the room next door. Luckily, there wasn't too much crying and I didn't hve any problems sleepin but it could be a problem for some people - depending on who's staying in the room next door.
Overall, for a 3-star hotel, the room was fine. 5 out of 10
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