The hotel location is perfect for airplane spotters. The planes fly really low, as it no far from the airport. if you get lucky you can get a room facing the routes of the planes. The subway station is just a few meters away from it, as wall as the bus station for 376 (I think). There is a drugstore and a grocery store right next to it.
The lobby is huge with lots of benches. The elevators were quick - there are three of them, I did not spend almost any time waiting for them.
It is quiet, amazingly quiet, there are carpets in the hallways, as well as carpet under the bed. I could not hear either the neighbours or the elevator that was a meter away from my hotel room door.
The bed was comfortable, a nice number of lights, a TV, a fridge, a safe (which I did not know how to use... it was a bit confusing). There was a big bench for your suitcase as well as a wardrobe.
The bathroom was big enough, although the door was a bit heavy to drag back and forth. There were toiletries as well. The space around the sink was huge, which was nice.
The breakfast was good, there were roasted potatoes and mushrooms, some fruits as well, which works if you are a vegan. The long coffee was amazing, and it was worth the queuing.
The staff were helpful and friendly, I think the reception is open for 24 hours. They even worked on New Year´s eve, as well as the staff in the restaurant, it was amazing.
The cleaning staff also does a good job, my room was perfect, and I did not have to ask have it cleaned.
Room for improvement:
Only 2 coffee machines in the breakfast area, and not all options work, so you may stand for half an hour in order for you to get your coffee, if you happen to come down at 7 am.
The swirly-whirly door at the entrance is quite dangerous, you should paste something on the glass, or have it rotate in a more customer-friendly way.
The toilet paper is too thin, and for those of us who happen to have runny nose during our stay, its just too little.
The sink duct is bottomless, stuff disappears in there so beware.
The buttons in the elevator do require a lot of pressure.