Posted Sep 30, 2016
The room was tiny, and the two "twin" beds were sandwiched together, literally, to fit in the room (taking up practically all the space to move around). It was like sleeping on a full bed with individual sheets on each side. Over the course of 8 nights, the sheets (under the comforter) were only changed once, and the comforter and additional blanket between the comforter and sheets were not changed at all. Halfway through the stay, I accidentally spilled wine on the sheets and had to sleep on the stain for three nights because the sheets still weren't changed. The room was never vacuumed and the pillows were never cleaned either. Luckily the towels were replaced daily, and the sink wiped down. I don't think the shower ever got cleaned. I suppose it might be expected that older/traditional style hotels do not have air conditioning, but that was quite a discomfort. Our room faced the street and it was very loud at night/early morning, particularly because without air conditioning we had to have the window open at all times, with delivery trucks driving down the small street to the market vendor two doors down. The area is fantastic though, small, quaint, and close to Eiffel Tower and metro.