I was pretty bummed at first because of the transit strike in Paris- I tried to cancel our booking here because I wanted to be somewhere more central with my 70 year old mother. The hotel refused to cancel, so we were stuck, but it actually turned out fine. We got a deluxe twin room that was like a small apartment. The living room had a twin bed as a couch, and there was a separate sleeping area on the other side of a wall (there was no door to totally close off this area). The beds were great, the area of Montmartre it was in turned out to be super convenient, bathroom/shower was great and it was fantastic to have a kitchenette. There are 3 grocery stores a block away, as well as a bunch of cafes and shops. The only down side was the wifi- I had some work to do and the wifi was pretty unreliable the whole time we were there. also, you should know that they don't clean the rooms daily, you can get them to for a fee but we didn't feel it was necessary.