This place is a scam - false advertising
Posted 08-May-2017 on Orbitz
While this "hotel" is shown on Orbitz with a three-star rating, the French government office in charge of rating hotels in France long ago stripped this location from any star rating - it is in fact a zero-star lodgings, charging rates similar to three-star rated hotels. Unless you are an ultra-devoted backpacker who has gladly experienced the jungles and tundras of third world countries, loving to stay at old crummy hostels which have not been painted in 15-20 years, have one single receptacle per room, lukewarm showers which are infested with all kinds of critters, then this may be a place to your liking - except it commands $100+/night only because it is located in a dark alley not far from the Louvre and other Paris tourist attractions.
Right across the street of it is an all night nightclub of dubious repute, and do not be surprised to hear loud, drunk revelers with no other place to go to in those late night hours just below your window (which you have to keep open because there is no climate control whatsoever in the guest rooms). Add the fact that your cell phone will not easily get a signal (presumably because in a dead area surrounded by taller buildings); that the supposed WiFi this place pretends to offer is almost inexistent, rated "unsafe" and extremely unreliable, and you get the picture.
It appears that this particular location has been able to escape Orbitz' scrutiny. In disgust, I decided to forfeit my non-refundable/prepaid accommodations, and moved.