I should not complain... However, if someone is too old, too weak, too lazy etc... having a room in a higher floor can be a bit of concern. Carrying a heavy suitcase on the narrow winding staircases upto 5th-6th floor can be tough, and for each breakfast descent, each outing etc with high heels.... Also, for those of us who are used to having a full fledged buffet breakfast, a much simpler French style tray BF (OJ + coffee/tea + baggette/croissant + butter) can feel a bit Spartan... I particularly missed some vegee, like cucumbas or cherry tomatoes! But, well... when in Paris, do what Parisians do! Don't get discouraged :) There are plenty of food to fill you up in the neighbourhood, for lunch & dinner.
Location is a central enough, close to Metro lines, some touristic spots. Facilities are kept clean. Room heating system, closet/hangers, extra blanket/pillows, light, writing desk, bathroom with mirror, chair, hair drier, etc are quite basic, but all to my practical satisfaction. Carpeted corridors made public noise level low & streets in the neighbourhood is very quiet... Majority of staff are polite & friendly. Suited for seasoned practical travellers, for a short weekend hops, perhaps not for honeymooners.