We chose this location as we would not have access to a car, and needed to rely on public transit. It's an easy train (transfer to Metro) ride to/from airport, and a short walk around the corner gets you to Tram #2 which takes you right to the heart of Amsterdam and Central Station. There is not much to see or do in the immediate neighborhood as it's all residential apartments. Also not many options for eating out, except for the restaurant in the hotel which is very expensive. Breakfast (buffet style) is around 18 Euro per person, so if you have the option of pre-paying for breakfast with your room, it's a better deal. There are no other places close by to get coffee or food, so they definitely take advantage of that with their pricing.
Plenty of shelves and surfaces to lay out and organize your things. Small fridge, but it wasn't very cold.
There was black mould in the bath/shower, and one of the knobs was broken making it difficult to control the shower. The light comes on with motion, but then stays on for a long time, no way to turn off.
There is liquid soap in the shower, but it's mounted so high up, I had a hard time reaching it with a bad shoulder. Very awkward location for soap dispenser.
There were also random strange ticking and banging noises, possibly coming from the building's HVAC system.