I asked for a parking space - which appeared to be offered on the site. None available, only public car park. Difficult to find using a sta nav.
Worst of all - tiny bed which rolls you togehter. I thought these had been abolished years ago. My wife suffered from the effects for several days.
The only positive point was that they made no fuss when we said we couldn't endure another night. Actually the room itself was quite pleasant but the modernisation attempt had stopped half way leaving a dirty ventilator and pipes hanging off the wall.
Old French lady will greet you with tough french language without smile! I traveled alone, but I booked a room with four beds just in case that my colleagues drop by. That French lady leads me to one tiny room which is obviously not the one I was supposed to stay. After explaining that I booked four-beds room, I was answered the room was already occupied, thus if I still needed a four-beds room, generous French lady could give one more room for me. WHAT FOR? How can a single man use two rooms simultaneously? This hotel is old, dirty, and pitiful. If you strongly want to experience world war II, join the tour with great time-machine, La Vieille Tour. I WILL NEVER RETURN TO THIS HOTEL! Even if the french lady give me back one hundred euros per night, I'll not sleep there. Location is good. But, Rouen is small city. No matter where you stay, you can easily get to the place you want to go.