Went with my wife for a five day break. This is a nice hotel..the photos make it appear a bit .postmodern Communist 60's style but it isnt. Its in soft honey coloured sandstone and looks really nice. Finished to a very high standard inside we opted for a "superior double" and got a corner room on the first floor which was very nice. The TV only had BBC world service as the only English channel but we didnt spend much time in the room so it wasnt an issue. The breakfasts are fine with the usual buffet stuff. The rooftop bar/restaurant is nice too with amazing views of the castle and river. Its located 10 mins walk from the old square, 15 minutes to the Jewish Quarter and right next to the Castle.
There are less expensive hotels if you are on a tight budget but I would certainly recommend it. The only downside is the hotel staff who rarely smile or even acknowledge you...especially the girls who serve the breakfast buffet! I exclude the rooftop bar saff who work very hard and always have time for a chat!More