My single-bed room is a bit on the small side but it's comfortable and pretty much complete. Furnishings include a desk with a fixed-height chair and wall-mounted fluorescent lamp; wall-mounted television; open hanging-space and shelves; large built-in suitcase stand; minibar; and a safe. The bathroom is strictly functional, and the towels (which bear the date 2009) are very thin. Most of the usual little bottles and packets are provided. Things that I would have expected but weren't included are: a box of tissues (provided by the front desk on request); a coffee-maker; power-bar or power outlets at the desk (I had to crawl on the floor under the overhanging television set to get to the one available outlet near the desk).
The wired Internet is free for medium-speed service (good enough for casual web-browsing and even Skype video chats), and costs €10 per day (or €5 for four hours) for high-speed service. The breakfast buffet (included in the room price) is impressive in its range, quality, and presentation. Service at breakfast and the front-desk is friendly and helpful. Apples, water, and juice are always available free at the front desk.
Non-speakers of German should note that the hotel seems geared mostly to domestic travelers, and is less bilingual than a typical modern European business hotel. Most linguistic aspects of this hotel -- information, breakfast service, website, etc -- are in German only. However, the front-desk staff speak adequate English.
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