This has obviously been a lovely hotel, decorated with a lot of care. It's now getting a bit tatty and could do with some upkeep. Expensive but, if you have time and the appetite to fill up, very good buffet continental breakfast - cereals, patisserie, dairy and cold meat, etc - although for the price I'd have expected some more in the way of fruit etc. The area is great - lovely to wander around, great parks, shops and restaurants - getting gentrified now but a good sense of real Paris. Good wifi in the rooms, altho' Netflix didn't work on the TV.
Service is perhaps stereotypically Parisian. I booked a Rostand room (with kitchenette); we were put in a cheaper room without one and when I pointed this out was told, a bit snippily and after much checking of records, that they had indeed made a mistake and if they'd known a few hours earlier they could have moved us that night, but as it was we'd have to wait till the next day. Fair enough, but no apology at any time and an underlying sense of irritation at having to go to the trouble. A different member of staff on the desk at check-out knocked the price of a breakfast off our bill, which was nice, but I'd have felt better about the stay if we'd been offered this at the point where we'd reported the error.