Pieced together from three canal houses, the hotel is really an interesting collection. Our room was very nice even though we opted for a back room without a street view. The street view rooms must be spectacular.
The hotel is very clean, and in excellent shape. If you have heavy luggage, keep in mind that elevators are strangers in these older houses. That's the only downside.
Breakfast was very good, plenty of choices, fresh and tasty.
We checked in on a Sunday when the staff is very much the "B" team. Not too helpful, knowledgable or interested in being of service. And apparently, several of the maid staff took and unannounced "holiday" and our room wasn't ready until about 6pm. Since we'd been up at about 2am, we failed to appreciate this.
During the week, the owner man's the desk and the employees pay much more attention to their jobs.
If you stay, don't forget to scratch the dog in the front lobby. He's a gem. Just like the hotel.