My wife and I along with my mother stayed here for 4 nights in April, 2016. We picked it as it was on the ground floor and with my 85 year old we didn't want to have any stairs! Most places didn't seem to have an elevator. We found it easily enough, very convenient for the tram and from here you can get to where ever you want. We just purchased the transit pass and found it to very easy to get around. Everyone on the tram were very respectful of my mothers age and she never had to stand. The rooms worked well for us, the bathroom is outside with easy access for both rooms. Elsbeth was very accommodating with breakfast, she made it for when ever we wanted it, very early one morning then after a very long day she came a little later the next, after our late request to do so. Breakfast were as expected in what was served and they were good. We enjoyed them and found there was more than enough for the 3 of us. There are a few small restaurants not too far from the rooms. One we would have liked to try didn't take cash. Seems to be a trend in Amsterdam where cash is no longer accepted, direct debit or credit cards only. Elsbeth also arranged for a taxi for us to go to the airport for our flight home. He came on time, the cost was what was quoted and it all worked out very well. The driver was great, very friendly and as we sat in a traffic jam for some time we had lots of time to chat! Overall we had a great time and would recommend this as a good place to stay.
We were very disappointed with Dam Square, while we were there a midway was set up and spoiled it. The Palace was a really good along with a surprise 'Our Lord in the Attic'. We had a great day out to the bulb fields, canal trip, museums and finished off with a visit to Anne Frank House. Make sure you book Anne Frank House in advance, not easy to do but keep trying. A really busy time but well worth it.