I selected the Hotel du Gare purely for its location opposite the railway station. I was arriving after 22.30 and would be leaving the following morning before 8am. I did advise the hotel of my expected arrival time. On arrival the place was in darkness, although I eventually made my presence known. I was shown to my room on the first floor to which my first impression was, nothing has changed in here since about 1966. The furniture looked poor and well past it's use by date. One of the overhead lights in the room did not work, rendering reading impossible. Before I retired for the night I asked at reception if I could have a bottle of water. This was supplied from the by then, closed bar, and I was asked if I wanted to pay for it then or have it added to my bill. For this I was charged 3 Euros!
I have stayed in many hotels where a bottle of water would have been complimentary.
One positive, the small bathroom was satisfactory, and the shower worked well.
Overall 70 Euros plus another 3 for the water was excessive for a very basic hotel. I have stayed in much better hotels for about half the cost.