The room was in need of some TLC, the curtain pole fell out of the ceiling on the first night, and one of the plug sockets came out of the wall each time you unplugged something from it. The beds seemed very slippery on the floor, so when sitting up in bed to read, the bed would slide away from the wall! The main problem was that it was so far from Paris, and from the Metro. You could get a bus to the Metro, and the hotel provided a map and specific instructions for how to get into Paris, which was helpful. But I wouldn't choose to be so far away from the city next time I visit as we had to get a cab to and from the Metro with our luggage which was 16 EUR each way and then buses and Metro into the city. To be fair I would rather have booked something closer, but I accidentally booked the non-changeable room rate and the hotel would not allow me to cancel my booking even immediately afterward. So overall, fine for the rate we paid, but the location would put me off staying there if visiting again as a tourist. Novotel/Ibis at La Defense are much more convenient in this area.
The view from room 403 was lovely, looking over at the Eiffel Tower. This was a twin room. The breakfast was nice, if rather expensive at 12 EUR per person each day. Comfortable beds, and the room was nice and dark at night and fairly quiet with the shutters closed. The shower was lovely and hot with good pressure and the bathroom was quite big compared to the size of the room. Kettle and teas and coffees were provided, and a complimentary bottle of water on the first night. The reception staff spoke good English and were very helpful, recommending a restaurant and providing directions to get around.