The result of form over function. A reasonably pleasant room (though dark) ruined by ridiculous controls for lighting and AC (light switches are placed on the wall for a reason; easy access) on a panel connected to one side of the bed. The AC was pathetic too and the overnight stay (fortunately only one) characterized by stuffiness and sweating. The only natural light was a rather dismal gloom that came from a central atrium - perhaps outer rooms are better served in that regard.
A game of "hunt the drain plug" was required when taking a shower (I eventually had to remove a panel in the base of the bath to get it to drain) and the shower system itself required some construction before use.
Locating the bath and the toilet more-or-less in the room may be a comfortable experience for some, but I would suggest that even the closest of companions require privacy at times and that having a poop is one of them.
In the city center of Charleville-Mézières, lies a charming boutique hotel by the name of Best Western Premier Le Dormeur du …More