The location is heart of the city but the hotel can't control the local environment. Twice in the space of 2 hours on a Sunday we were approached by beggars within 10m of the main entrance. This was the only location on our tour we encountered such a problem but then we didn't go to Paris.
The city on a Sunday afternoon was not the most inviting compared to others in this beautiful area of France.
The valet parking is a great service and should be taken up, but again the location means that the pick up and drop off are in a general on street area around the corner from the main entrance.
A true commercial city, a port of the Seine with all that it brings but don't be put off, in the hotel you could be anywhere. Although the charming manner of the staff would give you a clue.
Superb old town building that has been transformed by skilful and tasteful interior design to a truly magnificent city centre hotel.
Accommodating staff cater for your every need and facilities are of a high quality.
Great bar area, lounges and the courtyard are relaxing and inviting and the leisure facilities beautifully kept.
The guest rooms are large, individual, given the original building and very comfortable.
The brasserie is the best bet on a Sunday night, very little else is open. The quality of the previous evening meal was of a high quality and surprisingly reasonable with wine.
Rouen itself has many interesting areas to explore, some great history in its buildings and great retail experiences.