We arrived to a lovely but small double room, only to be advised we were being upgraded to a suite for the second and third nights. The double room is tight but has a great changeroom, so at least bags and luggage are store separately. Good value hotel, as it is very centrally located. For the subsequent 2 nights we were upgraded to a suite which was the size of a small apartment. Separate lounge area, our own coffee machine, lovely views over the canals and the theatre. Staff are great and the bright and airy breakfast room, and breakfast were great. A medium sized buffet of cold, continental selections, with bacon and eggs in addition. Lovely, fresh espresso served. The only comment I would have, which doesn't alter my opinion, is that the suite is not suitable for those who need assistance. The bath has a small shower head which you need to manually lift out of the cradle, and essentially hand hold while you shower is a little awkward. The hotel is well within easy distances of all the attractions and close to less touristy restaurants, many suggested by the hotel.