Picked this as it was close to the airport and I was landing after having worked some crazy hours so didn’t feel safe in the 4 hour drive home that night. Check in was fine, friendly staff so they put me in a good mood, until I asked where the lift was and was pointed towards the stairs. Now this isn’t a building that was built in 16th Paris, this is only a few years old so you would expect a lift. Or at least I would. Dragged my bags to my room and cracked open the door to a room that presented at first glance as small, however inviting. First disappointment was finding a number of pubic hairs on the toilet seat and a couple on the tiles in the shower. So I thought do I complain and loose out on sleep waiting to be transferred or for someone to come and reclean the bathroom?? I was too tired to not think of sleeping. I immediately went and checked the bed, just in case it was covered in old sheets. The fold creases lead me to believe that they were fresh off a housekeepers trolley so that helped ease the bathroom disappointment. After a shower the entire bathroom floor is damp, due to there being no hob around the shower. Not how I would build a bathroom, but they must of had their reasons. So I tucked in for a sleep and firstly found that the room must of flooded at some stage as the bottom of the room door was swollen allowing a great beam of light from the hallway to brighten up the room. I had to place a towel over the opening to try and darken the room. Next was the hum and rattle of the wall mounted AC unit. I cannot understand with a new build that these types of units are still used and not the whisper quiet split units you can get. Turned out, even though I was exhausted, it was a horrible nights sleep. I would of been better off sleeping in my car down in the car park.