A great hotel with very helpful staff. On our arrival we were greeted by very helpful male receptionist, who tended to all our wants and answered all our questions, he just could not have been any more helpful.
Our room was pristine with a more than adequate spotless .en-suite. Should I wish to criticize, then it would be with the en-suite, we are both vertically challenged (short legs) getting into the shower which was over the bath was a bit of a climb as the bath was quite high. Once in the shower a tall person i.e. 6 foot and above would have a problem as the ceiling is quite low I am around 5'8 and the ceiling was only about 1-2 inches above my head. the bath surface being slippery caused a problem getting out as it was again a bit of a climb and there were no grab handles or anything on which to support your self and prevent slipping. That apart the room was perfect, the beds clean and very comfortable ensuring a good nights sleep.
Breakfast is a buffet style with as much as anyone could want available. The choice is plentiful, how ever the only hot food is soft or hard boiled eggs, which you do yourself in a small boiler. Cold hard boiled eggs are available on the buffet. There is ample choice of fruit juice, cereal, fresh fruit, croissants, cakes, biscuits, an assortment of breads, and endless tea and coffee. The lady that tends the buffet, is extremely pleasant and she ensures that everything is topped up at all times.
This is definitely an hotel to return to, I would certainly recommend it to anyone wanting to stay in Paris, being only three minutes walk to the nearest Metro station, ideal for getting around Paris.
Only word of warning is, there appears to be no lift to the first floor, this has to be reached via the stairs, so if you have heavy cases or have a physical problem with stairs, ensure either a ground floor room or one on one of the upper floors. less