0.59km from La Table de XavierFour stars for location. Other than that, little wow factor. Maybe my expectations were too up from all the rave reviews. Room felt grim and cramped to me. To call it a specially themed "design hotel' just because there's one picture of a dancer in the dance room, seems a stretch. Bathroom very cramped too. Wouldn't have minded any of this per se if the website hadn't looked over-promising. Upon arrival, there was a long spiel about breakfast (shown in powerpoint!) and after saying I wanted just yogurt and fruit, I was told that would be 14 euros since my room did not include breakfast. I said I could have sworn it did but the girl insisted that this was not so. Not keen on paying 14 euros for a bit of yogurt and fruit, I cancelled the breakfast, but then, out of curiosity, checked my e-mail confirmation in my room, and sure enough, breakfast was included. She said her colleague had checked the wrong box. These things can happen, no problem, but the way to deal with it when a guest seems sure, is to assume they are right first, rather than vice versa. Secondly, I wanted to pay for my room on arrival so I could benefit from the few hours I had to see the city and not worry about it in the morning when catching an early train. This turned into more of a to-do then necessary, having to wait, whereas one would expect it to be pretty easy to print out a bill.