While the building had some interesting artistic features, I would say they photograph better than they present in real life. The host did not have any record of our reservation and made no apology about the mixup, but found us a room anyway. We booked a room with a double bed, and the listing indicated free Wifi and paid parking available. Unfortunately there was no parking, no Wifi, and we had a room with two small twin beds. We arrived back to the hotel after dinner and a walk along the Seine to find the main doors all locked, and just by luck the gentleman who checked us in was walking by the door. He let us in and said "did nobody give you the code?" He is the only one we had interacted with and there was certainly no mention of a code, and no documentation in our room at all, not even to list hotel features or nearby amenities. I understand there was a very recent change in ownership which may explain some of the inaccuracy and confusion with our check-in and other normal hospitality procedures, but it was very disappointing overall. I will say that it was in a great location, and with a few small improvements to the process and room features, it could be a much better value for money. I wish them the best in their new business venture, but for now I fear the patrons will suffer.