The hotel is located in one of the busiest and liveliest areas in town, which is lovely and colourful during the day. I was on the first floor because the staff was extremelly kind and accommodating with my last minute request. However, If you are a female, solo traveller, and you have the choice, I would recommend you ask for one of the higher floors. I was on the first floor and was reluctant to open the window and shutters in such a 'lively' area.
The best asset of this hotel is their staff. They are helpful and friendly and very accommodating with last minute changes. i.e. although I had booked a single room, they were kind enough to give me a single with a double bed as my husband was supposed to stay with me that night (he didn't in the end so I had a huge bed for the price of a single) I also enjoyed breakfast very much. For 7 euros you get a small but very fresh selection of traditiional French rolls, fresh bread with as much butter and jam as you want, tea or coffe, cereal and lots of fruit. You really get your money's worth.
The hotel really does what it says on the tin. It's a small, budget hotel. No frills, no luxury, but it is an excellent compromise. The location is good, near the station and not far from the heart of the city, Place de la comedie.
For 49 euros a night, you can't really ask for more.