This is near to a youth hostel, I actually can't tell the difference. First, you have to climb an enormous staircase, 10 cm depth, really really tight and narrow, so this is not good for anyone having problems to climb (nor for people that have no problems climbing!). These are not normal stairs. Room was runned down, walls were very dirty, furniture damaged and filthy, broken glass on a picture frame, sheet with a stain, room door hard to lock and unlock. There was a garbage collection under the bed: plastic bag, used tissue and who knows what else.
I know that they wanna save energy, but a sensor that regulates light in the bathroom is too much. Light goes off after one minute and while you're showering and you have to wave your arms or so to turn it on again. There is not a real shower cabin or anything, just a shower head attached to the wall so the whole bathroom (very very small) gets all wet, and water comes into the room (private bathroom).
Private parking that costs 25 euros (!!!) is in a garage across the road, which is a family household garage, with old stuff and etc. When you need to get sth from the car, some stuff members stand there while you are at your car and that makes you feel uncomfortably. If you want to get out and you are at place closer to the wall (two places, cars park in a lane sort of thing, so the lower cant get out) you have to search for the other guests to move their car so you can get out and waste time, or you have to move your car if the other one wants to get out, and again waste time.That happened twice, but, fortunately, we did not lose much time, but that is possible. Scenario of having someone parked in front of the garage or that the other guest can't be found is possible as well.
Beds were quite comfortable, and, surprisingly, breakfast was quite good, but basic.
Tram stop is near, as well as one of the famous Albert Heijn supermarkets.
Staff were, mostly, quite friendly.