The best room to book is any one of the renovated rooms. That would be the superior rooms with a either two queen bed or one king bed or the deluxe rooms, again with either two queens or one king bed. The deluxe rooms are slightly bigger than the superior rooms but the important thing is that both the superior and deluxe room categories feature the new, modern designs which include furniture, artwork and some different amenities. And the higher up you go, the better the views you will have of Paris.
The rooms that do not have all the new design go by the term "classic." These rooms still have comfortable beds but the design is definitely dated, er, classic.
All the rooms, no matter the category, have complimentary WiFi, flat-screen TVs, coffee and tea makers, complimentary bottled water, robes and slippers and Roger & Gallet's Bois d'Orange toiletries.
The hotel has an expansive lobby/social space where you can hang out and do work or dine at the Cafe Atlantic restaurant. There's also the Justine restaurant on the second floor which serves breakfast, brunch and some light fare in the evenings. It's actually a popular spot for families on Sundays with the Baby Brunch. Indeed, we think the rest of the hotel is pretty perfect for families too.
Rates tend to be higher during the week than on the weekends (typical for a biz traveler hotel) with classic rooms starting around 225 Euros a night and superior rooms at 256 Euros.
[Disclosure: Juliana was a guest of the hotel during her stay but all views and opinions are her own.]