For the record: I never think very highly of Dutch service sector. My experience is that Dutch hotel staff usually has no problem to say 'no' or demand senseless fees for a child roll away or demand outrageous WiFi fees. So further introduction of Hilton values is a welcoming development. Suite room is very nice and cool. Instead of regular TVs, there were two iMacs in the room where you can either use an iMac or watch TV. location is very good. Minutes walk to all the trams and subway and Centraal Station. We used points and despite our gold Hilton Honors status were given no upgrade and our room had no view but to an inner atrium. However, there were complimentary drinks in the fridge. Some rooms will have great views of the city. There were some cleverly designed public use balconies where you can enjoy watching the city. Espresso machine in the room. although I am happy to report that it's been a good Starbucks year in Amsterdam. Both LeidsePlein and Rembrandtplein now have Starbucks.
Warning only for the near future: Due to some construction Ooesterdoksstraat is closed in the middle and if you come by car and want to self park, you either need to know the place or have some kind of GPS or Google Maps etc....because the entrance of the parking is far on the other end of Ooesterdoksstraat, again due to construction. It's a huge underground for all the nearby facilities. Follow the sign for the hotel and you can park right under the hotel. There is direct lift to the lobby. Late night, you will need your key to open the door to the hotel lobby lift. Parking is expensive. €30 or more depending on the day.