I spent four days there for a business meeting, staying on the 9th floor, a "club level" room that was about $230 USD per day. There is a separate airline-club-like lounge on the 12th where you check in with two concierges. The lounge has a very complete buffet for breakfast and a pretty good one for dinner included with the club room. This is far beyond a typical "club lounge" -its a complete buffet restaurant with wine and beer, salad bar, omelet cook, etc. The egg cook ties with the Hilton Schipol for my best egg white omelet.
Lunch in the hotel is good but expensive - expect to pay $35-70, or go to the 7-eleven just outside the front door.
The closet is extremely small - perhaps 12" of rod space. Take out one of bathrobes and fold away for more space.
The bath has a big overhead shower head and a handheld one. Toilet has the usual Toto electronic bidet stuff. The room was very completely equipped, but it did feel slightly compact for a hi-end property.
A quirk is each room has a eye bolt in the floor next to the window (which will open) and a escape line to repel down in emergency.More