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I was looking for somewhere reasonably priced to stay in while in Stockholm. I booked a room with bathroom, which I would recommend over sharing with others.
The room was small and had no windows, although I actually liked this as I found it easier...More
Breakfast on the Sunday morning was amazing and the buffet spread was really really good. The kitchen was available for use too.
The room I stayed in was a bit warm as there were no windows but there was a ventilation vent. The shared bathroom...More
Stayed here for four nights in Late June, 2016; More of a 2 and 3/4 star rating - could be better if they made some small improvements as outlined below. Our family had two rooms; one with shower (upstairs, room 33) and one downstairs, community...More
Location was perfect for me, 15 mins walk from the main tourist sights. Room was basic but clean and had everything i needed and shared bathroom/showers where to a good standard. Breakfast i thought was really good with a wide selection on offer and was...More
Fab hostel in a central part of Stockholm. £25 per night for a clean private windowless room with breakfast & shared bathroom is a bargain in a capital city. Only reason why this isn't a 5 star review is the lack of soap & handtowels/dryer...More
US$76 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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A unique mix of grotesque 1960s concrete urban vision and cosy historical Swedish brick houses, Slussen has become one of Stockholm’s most architecturally edgy and controversial neighborhoods. Plans to rebuild the area have been on the agenda for decades, however, so far no agreement could be reached, which is the reason for the continuing decay of its brutalist substance. Nevertheless, the museums and the main shopping
street, Götgatan, attract both locals and tourists with Sweden’s most fashion-forward clothing retailers, hipster coffee shops and restaurants. Once the lights are out, the area turns into a bustling nightlife haven, catering to all preferences, from posh hotel bars to sweaty underground nightclubs. There is no better place to experience the clash between old and new Sweden.