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Paris Residence Henri IV hotel?

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I am planning my 6th trip to Paris for April 2013. part of the fun is researching hotels. We will probably stay at 2 different hotels this trip. I am looking at Secrets de Paris but it is coming up too expensive; perhaps it will come down. Meanwhile I'd like to book a hotel for the first couple days. I like the REsidence Henri IV which is slightly less than $500 for 2 nights, twin room. Has anyone stayed here and what was your experience?
Hotels.com will let me book it without pre paying and without penalties so really no risk. Is it too soon to do this for an April trip?
I am looking for a little bit of Parisian charm around the $200-250 range. If anyone has any very charming options, i would be happy to check them out. This trip is for my 60th birthday and I just want to wander and enjoy being in Paris. A girl friend is coming along so a room with twin beds is a must. I like the Best Western Premier Au Manoir but it doesn't offer twin beds.

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