This was the fourth stop in a two week European vacation with my family, including my two kids that are 15 and 13 years old. When we arrived, the AC was not working. The next morning it was 55° outside but 80° inside. Very difficult to get the front desk to get maintenance to fix the AC. We had to leave in the morning for an Eiffel tower tour so called front desk and maintenance was supposed to come fix it between 9 and 10 AM. When we got back to the room in the afternoon, it was even warmer. After multiple discussions with the front desk and threatening to leave for another hotel, they finally sent someone to fix it. It was an easy fix as the filter had not been changed. Once the AC filter was changed, the AC worked perfectly for the rest of the trip. A difficult and annoying first 24 hours for something routine that should have been addressed before renting out the room.
The view from the apartment of the Eiffel tower is wonderful, especially at night when lights turn on and sparkle. Due to the summer hours, the Eiffel tower is not lit until 11 PM so it was nice to be able to see it from the room each night. The view is slightly obstructed from some windows due to a tower in front of it.
The unit felt more like a townhome than an apartment as it was upstairs and downstairs, pretty cool set up. The unit felt more like a townhome than an apartment as it was upstairs and downstairs
FrontDesk was difficult to communicate with even at check-in, ignored us for 15 min