The location of this hotel was very nice, as it's close to the central station, and then also very convenient for transport to/from the Airport. It also had a tram stop just outside the door, making it easy to get around town.
The rooms were pretty new and stylish (I stayed in a deluxe single room in the 6th floor), but they were really small, and not much room to unpack you bag. They did have a small cabinet with hangers, and two shelves, where one was already taken by the safe. As mentioned before, the bathroom is just separated by a glass door, that's not really closing properly, but as I stayed alone, this was not an issue for me. I also found the beds to be way to soft, but some people might love that bit....
Service was very good, and the staff was all very pleasant. The breakfast buffet (not included in my room price) was decent at best. Some rolls/bread, some cereal, ham and cheese, and a few warm meals, like scrambled eggs and sausage.
Can't really say it was great value for the money, as the rooms were so small, and the breakfast was just OK.