I stayed here for a weekend trip and I'm glad that I did.
The hotel was reasonably expensive for Euro 189 a night but Amsterdam is expensive and I thought it was worthwhile for a reasonably high standard hotel - especially compared to where I have stayed elsewhere in Amsterdam which charged a slightly lower price but with a MUCH lower standard! I think a cheaper rate can be obtained if you book more than a week in advance.
The room was large and bright with a long wall of windows. Lots of space and cupboards and the bed was very comfortable. Very little noise can be heard in this hotel and I was close to the lift. It felt that the hotel was only 30% occupied because the rooms are spread out with different lifts accessing different parts of the hotel.
I would describe the decor of the hotel has business like and functional. Not plush but clean and comfortable.
The location is reasonably good. For alot of people it might be considered a bit too far out of the centre. It is not amongst the "action" of Amsterdam. But in reality it is only a 15 minute walk to the inner canals and is very close to the Reijks Museum. I still walked everywhere but there is a tram stop nearby. Lots of Surinamese restaurants are nearby if you interested in trying something other than Dutch cuisine.
I didn't eat at the hotel so cannot comment on the breakfast or meal service generally.
The staff member checking me in was quite warm and friendly. The reception clerk attending late at night growled at me when I mistakenly tried to exit the hotel using the revolving door (which was closed) instead of the alternative door. The checkout receptionist was somewhat robotic in her manner - so the reception staff could do with a boost of friendliness especially as they did not appear particualarly overworked.
I would return again for a clean and comfortable stay in Amsterdam.