Spartan but serviceable accommodations for a reasonable price - but this place takes self-service to absurd extremes. There is apparently no desk staff, and attempts to call the hotel to inform them of our late arrival were greeted with obnoxious canned music while we were placed on hold - perpetually. We called more than ten times (at 1€ per minute) and never once got through. If you arrive after hours, be prepared to check yourself in using a digital kiosk in front of the hotel with the six digit code that you SHOULD have received when you booked. We booked through hotels.com, though, and they did NOT send us the required code - necessitating a lengthy interaction with grumpy B&B Hotel 'help' staff in Paris via the kiosk intercom to locate our reservation. A long discussion about our confirmed and paid-up booking ensued, and they continued to deny its existence despite confirmation emails and credit card records of the transaction. After more than a half-hour of argument, they finally summoned an onsite staffer (who was inside the hotel all along, but completely inaccessible from the front door by phone or intercom!) He was pleasant enough, and sorted out our reservation mess-up, but why was he not available upon arrival?
I can understand cutting costs by reducing services, but this is extreme. Customers should expect efficient and speedy check-ins and functional business-hours communications with the establishment as a bare minimum. Very disappointing service.