We chose this hotel because of the good location, and it included breakfast and most importantly because it was one of the cheapest options in the area.
Our room was TINY. There is no where to put the suitcases but leave them upright by the door. We only slept in there so the size was only a problem when we needed to open the suitcases because there is just no where to lie them flat other than on the bed (one at a time). We didn't get hung up on this because of the low cost of the room.
Upon arrival a man helped us bring the suitcases to our room (lots of steep, narrow stairs). The man at the front desk gave us free drinks and lots of maps, travel guides, etc which were extremely helpful. The service is excellent at this hotel.
The breakfast area is small but you can always get a table. Breakfast items included a loaf cake, croissants, yogurt, cheese and white and brown bread. There is coffee and tea and orange juice. I'm not certain but I think the coffee stays there all day and they replenish it as it runs out so if you want a coffee in the afternoon you can help yourself.
The only issue we had was the noise from the church bells that runs every 15 minutes all day and night. It made sleep very difficult. That and there is no AC in the rooms.
It's a short walk to Dam Square and RLD. Anne Frank House is pretty much just across the canal, very close. If you plan to go there make sure you buy your tickets online! We got an 8:40am slot and when we arrived at 8:30 the line was already down the block and around the corner (it opens at 9). We were so happy we got to just walk right in!
I would definitely stay here again if I got a room away from the church bells.