This Tour de France-aspiring bicycler oriented hotel looks dated, almost like a 1970s dormitory. Our family room had a loft for the kids, but there was no fan or ventilation, so the loft area got very hot even with the window open at night. The energy-saving automatic lights in the hallway are good for the environment, I suppose, but getting off the elevator into a dark hallway is not very welcoming--especially after the staff's cool reception at check-in.
On the other hand, the hotel is in a nice spot by the river, and the restaurant's food is excellent (despite the funky 1970s decor). However, the restaurant's price matches the quality, and beware of the rapidly mounting expense if a family of four eats the breakfast buffet.