My boyfriend and I stayed here with another couple (late 20s/early 30s) and LOVED our time here. The contemporary appointments were interesting and fun. Our room had a big window that opened up to backyards of other homes which gave it a neighborhood feel that I enjoyed. The room is small, that is Europe for you. The television has many English-speaking channels, which I found rare in my travels. The bed was very comfortable, providing me with the best sleep I had on the whole trip.
The breakfast (I believe it was 9 Euro) was well worth it. A Nespresso coffee machine with numerous choices; the best I had the whole trip. The breakfast included meat and cheese assortments along with pastries and croissants. Yogurts, boiled eggs, juices, etc. We ate here all 3 mornings we were there.
The hotel location is on a neighborhood street so it is quiet, but a stone's throw from the museums and the opera house. Also an easy walk to many dining/shopping options.
Amy at the front desk was attentive and caring -- superb!