The hotel offers pastries and tea for free throughout the afternoon, which is great after a long day spent sightseeing. The room was tiny, common in Paris, but the bed and the bathroom were pretty big. The staff has a hard time speaking English, which is surprising given that it’s located downtown Paris and it’s a 4-star property. In order to use the sauna, you have to book it in advance because it’s turned off; it never reaches the 80-85 degrees Celsius, which is the right operating temperature, because it stops at around 60; moreover, for example, if you booked a session starting at 5pm, the sauna turns off at 5:15pm and, consequently, the temperature starts dropping afterwards (very frustrating since it was already very low). There’s a city tax to be paid at the end of the stay: I paid it in cash when I checked out and the guy at the reception gave me 14€ of change in coins, super inconvenient given that I was headed for the airport. I also believe that they made me pay the city tax for the whole stay even if I checked out a day earlier because of flight issues.