0.19km from Clinique Sainte GenevieveFirst off we booked a bargain room on Booking.com. The price was moderate for our needs. Then we informed the hotel that we were in need of a room for people with disabilities. We were then upgraded to a deluxe suite, as that is the only suite available befitting our needs. Nothing that is too expensive, only an extra 20 Euros a night. Also no need of a lift because this suite is on the Ground floor. Excellent so far. So were set for accommodation when we arrived in Paris. I drove my little turquoise Agila from London, via the A roads rather than the expressways. It took a little longer, it was a bright and sunny day, so we enjoyed the weather and the relaxedness of the journey. we stopped for coffee at Calais upon arrival, after the short trip through the EuroTunnel on the train. Then we got underway properly, arriving in Paris in the late afternoon. Through a gateway, along a small winding path through an almost jungle-like garden, found us at the reception of the Hotel Max. We were greeted pleasantly and politely. Shown our room and left to our own devices. When we had an enquiry, the staff, Bessah and Moussa, answered our questions or took care of the situation without fuss or bother. We felt that we were made not only welcome, but that we were treated almost as one of their family. We had no major problems, the door to our suite was a bit on the heavy side and I didn't realise that, so we asked for help with that, the first time. Being on the Ground floor, our suite was one wall thickness from the sidewalk. That wasn't a problem as there were thick curtains which blocked the lights and sounds from the thoroughfare. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Max. I took my Fureya there for her birthday, and besides the elation of spending her birthday in Paris, Fureya was blown away by how thoughtful the hotel had been in providing for her disability. The seat in shower room was very well received. Staying in that suite we felt enabled, and it set a wonderful tone for our visit to France's capitol city. Thanks, guys.