We've pretty much eliminated Hospital Choice #1. We weren't impressed by it and have heard negative feedback from multiple people. This is the only hospital with a NICU, so we will just have to keep our fingers crossed and hope that everything goes well.
We really liked Hospital Choice #2. It was newly renovated and felt very nice. Even without being able to see every room because most were occupied, I liked it and it felt good. However, the biggest drawback to this hospital is that its so small. They can only accommodate 4 women in labor at a time, so there is a very real chance that they could be full when try and that we'd end up going to Hospital Choice #3 anyways. We would call when we left the house to check, so there would potentially be no time lost, so that's not really a factor. Also, it would be over 100 euro for a private recovery room here and you're much less likely to get it because the facility is so small.
Hospital Choice #3 was fine. It wasn't as nice as Hospital #2 looks and ambiance-wise. It felt older and more dated. The rooms just weren't that hot. They were functional and fine, but just bleh. The benefits of going here would be that they could accommodate us without worry of being full (we wouldn't need to call ahead or anything), we've been here before so we're a little more familiar with the building and how to get there, and the price for a private room is only 45 euro (if they can accommodate it at the time - you're never guaranteed).
There's really no other big factor between Choice #2 & #3 that could make it a more obvious choice. Its really just that #2 has a nicer feel to it than #3. Both are fully capable and both are about equal distance from our house.