We booked the 34 sq m room which was just huge by Japanese standard. Upon second thought, it would be enough just to take the 24 sq m room for a somewhat lower price.
The hotel is a bit aged, but partial renovations had been done to the rooms. Rooms are clean but sparsely furnished for a 34 sq m one. Beds are all right. The is a coin laundry on the 2nd floor. Price is reasonable for the size and quality.
It is on the fringe of Susukino and about a 10-minute brisk walk to the Susukino center. The neighborhood is very quiet. There is just a Lawson's and a Ramen shop across. If you don't have breakfast at the hotel, your closest option is the Lawson's across or walk to Susukino center.
The hotel is all right of the price, but I would probably choose to stay near the Hokkaido station next time. I just didn't like the Susukino area so much. More