We enjoyed our stay very much. Small rooms, of course, but quite adequate. Spotlessly clean. And it had a decent-sized elevator, which we also appreciated. Located about 50 feet from the cathedral square, it had lots of tourist activity around it, including ubiquitous musicians, and the attendant tourist noise. Our room faced the pedestrian street where the outside noise was the loudest. But the windows sealed tightly, with both glass curtains and drapes, so, inside, the noise was not a problem. Plus, the room had controls for well- functioning air conditioning.
Its location made it easy to slip out in the morning for breakfast rather than paying for the $20 a person breakfast buffet. (It looked very good but that's just more breakfast than we wanted to eat or pay for!). There was a small refrigerator in the room, something we have rarely found in France. The bath had a great tub and shower, one it was possible to get out of safely.
Our only complaints were relatively minor -- the bathroom needed a towel rack in addition to the hook on the door so that our towels had a chance to dry before their next use. Without drying space, we needed new towels daily, something that isn't normally necessary. The armoire had only a few hangers - not enough for two people staying five nights, even with clothing double-hung. When we asked for more, we were told that was not possible.
The hotel has a restaurant which spills onto covered front and back terraces. We enjoyed sitting outside once for a light dinner and, when a sudden storm began, we were surprised at how efficiently staff assured that all guests could continue their meals without being drenched.