Centrally placed opposite a substantial multi-story car park. Very clean and funkily furnished. Fully carpeted which is an advantage against noise disturbance of other customers. Rooms particularly on the back and upper floors are very quiet.
Rooms and facilities do not live up to those found in other Ibis styles elsewhere in Europe. The bedrooms are exceptionally small, even by French standards and unfortunately the large, but very comfortable beds, exacerbate this situation. It is impossible for two people to be in the same part of the room unless one of the is in the bed. Even passing down the spaces at either side of the bed is difficult if one is sitting on it with feet on the floor at that side. The arrangement of a table-tray over the bed takes up in even more of the circulation space. The shower cubicle, with wc is good, but you pay for this by having the washbasin in the room taking up more of the limited space. Hygienically it also means hand washing involves using the handles of the separating door before you are able to do so.
Breakfast space is limited and very snack-bar like, more fitting for an Ibis budget, which this example of a 'Styles' more closely resembles, than what is marketed as the 'Flag-sip' of the Ibis family.
'Extras' such as tissues, hygiene sacks, note-pads etc are either in short supply or missing. House-keeping other than on the cleaning front, could be better managed. The staff though pleasant enough were not as organised and well-informed as the general run of Accor personnel and volunteered no information without being asked.
What happened to the upwardly mobile siting of Styles in the Accor chain? The standard seems to have slipped judging by the last two 'Styles' visited.
Adequate for an overnight, trying for any longer period.