In short, this is a reasonably-priced group of hotels that is worth knowing about in Paris.
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January 17, 2007
Very small all the way around. We had to fold up our baby stroller just to enter the front door! The room was equally small. There is an elevator to get to the rooms, all are on the second floor or higher, and the elevator was actually more roomy than the stairwell for getting luggage and such upstairs. But on the bright side it was one of the only hotels in Paris close to attractions but also affordable. There was a nice pub around the corner and it was short walk to the metro station, and not a bad walk at all to the Eiffel Tower, maybe 15 minutes.
The room had the standard TV, bathroom, window opened to the outside, and I believe an iron, if I remember right. There was a sitting room in the lobby and it was on a nice typical old Paris street with food markets right on the corner. I would advise not driving here, the hotel is on a street only wide enough for one car, not to mention that the traffic on the main road is horrible. Everything is in walking distance or at least to the metro.
From journal Long Weekend in Paris
by Jim Rosenberg
April 3, 2002
From journal Paris: An Affordable, Spectacular Destination