The bed was a bit harder than I prefer, but not uncomfortable. The ventilation in the bathroom was such that the shower curtain blows completely into the shower while you're in there, and there really wasn't anything to be done about it. However, these are both minor, minor things, and we would definitely stay here again. In fact, we had booked another hotel for our return to Paris, and checked to see if we could change our reservations to stay here again for our last night in France, but unfortunately they were full - no surprise!
We had booked a single room, but those were full when we arrived so we were upgraded for free to a suite. The suite was great - a small bedroom on one side, a kitchenette, and a public area with a sofa, desk, and small dining table. The entire length of the suite ran along the outer wall, so we had windows facing Pere Lachaise cemetery - you really can't ask for quieter neighbors. ;) Jests aside, this is an extremely quiet spot, within easy walk of two metro lines, but just far enough off the main road to be quiet.
I chose this hotel because I rented an apartment in this neighborhood while working here, so I knew the surroundings and metro lines. There are many small restaurants, cafes, bars, and grocery stores, and is more residential than many areas that have hotels in Paris. Pere Lachaise is really the only tourist draw in this area, meaning it's quiet, a little less expensive, but still well-connected by metro to the rest of the city.
The staff were very helpful and friendly, and the suite was very clean. The breakfast was reasonably priced with enough variety to start the day with a simple but good meal.