My first European hotel experience
I preface this with the fact that I have never been to Europe before. On my first trip through France (from airport to hotel) I could tell that Paris is very crowded. A fact that they seem to have brought into the hotel experience.
If you're walking around Paris, doing the "necessities" this hotel is in a great location. Very close to the Louvre, very close to a major Metro/RER station and is very easy to get anywhere from here. On the first exhausting day we walked up to get our Museum Pass and it was 15 minutes or so.
If you're walking down the street, dragging your luggage that doesn't seem to want to roll straight, trying to avoid people, this hotel would be easy to miss. There is a vertical "HOTEL" sign there and if you blink, it will be gone. The people at the hotel are very nice and friendly and the lobby is about the size of an american motel room... which should have been an indication.
We opted for a Superior room and I can't imagine what a Standard room would look like. It was a very clean room that looks like it was designed by someone who specializes in cruise ship cabins. Or rooms that size. The bathroom did not have enough room to undress in, dry off in... shower in (almost). When I tried to confirm the room, since our room was the image for the standard room, they told me the marketing was wrong.
The bed was... let's just say that I wish that I had an air mattress with me. No support, comfort or anything good to say about it.
The A/C did not work.