We stayed here for 3 nights. The room was small, but not especially so by Paris standards, decor is a little dated but clean and in good condition. A TV and fridge are provided but as usual in France no tea/coffee making facilities. The bed was firm and I found it very comfortable - I have back problems and am fussy about beds. The bathroom looked like it had been recently refurbished - plenty of hot water, towels changed daily - no problems. Our window looked out onto the rather lovely church which as other reviewers have noted is prone to some enthusiastic campanology but they keep it to social hours. There is a lift which appears to be a repurposed phone booth - it says maximum 4 persons - they'd need to be friendly to the point of impropriety - 2 is a squeeze!
Breakfast is a standard French cold buffet of cereals, bread, croissants and pain au chocolat along with cold meat and cheese - but the bread and pastries are good and fresh, and there's a pot of fresh coffee and a jug of hot milk which is better than the usual machines.
Location is excellent, between 2 restaurants with the stairs to the Metro right by the front door. Happy to recommend this hotel. More
- Free Wifi