My goal was to visit both Versailles and Paris city centre. The hotel served my needs perfectly. There was a metro station (M9) at the end of the street and the bus to Versailles was only a short walk away at Pont de Sevres. The neighbourhood was clean and felt very safe, and being August it was free to park my car in the street (directly opposite the hotel entrance). Outside of August this might prove quite expensive, and the hotel only has a small number of paid parking places at a nearby carpark. If you have to park in the street however and there is no place near the hotel be advised that beyond the hotel there is a maze of one-way streets. The hotel itself is in an old building, but it doesn't feel shabby at all. The rooms are small but perfectly functional and the bathroom was clean and well laid out. I never tried the buffet breakfast because for much less than 9.50€ you can get a good breakfast elsewhere. The staff were friendly, not entirely competent but all had a good nature. Most rooms are non-smoking and on my floor there weren't any smoking rooms. I never heard a peep out of the neighbouring rooms, and slept very well on an exceptionally comfortable bed. Air-con is also provided and is relatively quiet. Overall paying €169 for a 3 night stay in Paris in the height of summer, in a hotel that served my purposes, seemed like very good value for money.