Cityhub is set up like a capsule hostel. Your room is private for only you. So you can either pick a top "room" or a bottom "room," if they have any available at your time of check-in. The room is big. About a queen-size bed. Bluetooth speakers, a built-in USB charger, a mirror, and an opened "closet."
The bed is so comfortable that I really want to change out my mattress back at home. Both side of the bed has LED lights that you can change with the City Hub app. Very easy to set the mood.
The lobby is another story. It's all self-service which is quite nice. You are provided a wristband during check-in. This also keeps track of what you get from the drink machines (wine, soda, beer, coffee), a snack machine, and a fridge full of prepared meals. Don't confuse this with the pink fridge where you can store your leftover meals.
The host is very friendly and helpful with recommendations. If you have questions, you can chat with them in person or through the app.
If you're out past 8 pm, you will need to scan your wristband to open the main door. I guess to keep the party folks from spilling in.
Food options, if you fancy something more. There are plenty of restaurants when you walk out the door. Like a gazillion of them. Yes, I said gazillion. I read the FAQs. lol.
The train station is about a 5-7 min walk.
One downside, if you're not taking the elevator is the stair. The steps are a bit narrow side.
I would definitely add Cityhub to the list.