I was in Paris for work and this hotel was about a 20-minute walk from the office. It's convenient from the Europe metro station and Gare Saint Lazare is quite close as well. That means it's pretty easy to get to from CDG airport by train.
The room itself was small but fairly standard size for Paris as I understand it. I had room 404, which was clean and efficient. One note on the access to the floors is that the lift is very small and stops between floors without much of a landing. There is a winding staircase to access all floors, but overall it might be tough to navigate for people who are a little less mobile.
The street was not very busy in the morning or evening and the hotel is small so it was fairly quiet. I enjoyed the very firm bed and slept well aside from the normal jet lag issues.
The bathroom was also small, but worked well. The shower had good strong flow and the temperature could be more than hot enough.
The room had a complementary bottle of water and a couple snacks, which I especially appreciated at check-in since I hadn't had a chance to go to a shop to procure anything for the room.
The small size of the room could perhaps be improved by some small design changes. It's nice to have a desk, but it essentially blocks the path to the windows to open or close the curtains. Perhaps replacing a nightstand with a shelf that could be used as a standing desk would alleviate that. Same for the closet, the corner placement of which left a few inches to squeeze by to the window. It, too, could perhaps replace the nightstand on the window side to free the space.
Breakfast was a nice buffet with options ranging from sliced meats and cheese to scrambled eggs, pastry and fruit. It was perfect to fuel up for long days of work and walking.
The neighborhood was also quite nice and I felt safe at all different hours I was out (the latest being about 12:30 AM). There are quite a few music-related shops, including luthiers and instrument sales. There aren't as many cafes in the immediate blocks as other areas, which is probably a good thing for keeping it quiet. You can easily get to those other areas by foot, metro or ride-sharing service. less