I stayed here for a few nights in the late summer, I felt slightly dubious before going because my standards are set quite high. However, I was pleasantly surprised by what was a truly lovely hotel.
The room was big, had a very large (and very comfortable) bed, a bathroom with a rainfall shower and a bathtub. The only two (rather small) negatives were that the room had a view of a back street, and that the minibar prices were extortionate.
We paid for bed & breakfast, the breakfast was amazing. The breakfast room was very relaxed, and the staff very helpful. There was a buffet with a large range of various foods, and all tasted great! The orange juice was awesome!
The hotel is in a business district, with a large shopping centre and many restaurants within a 5-10 minute walk, and the metro station easy to find and 5 minutes away. It takes just 10 minutes to get into the center of Paris using the metro, so the hotel is ideally placed out of the hustle and bustle, but near enough to not leave you isolated.