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We stopped for 5 nights in this hostel. It was one of the cheaper places to stay. The room was big, clean, towels provided which was good. As there was no window, it was pitch black when all the lights were turned off (great to...More
After going through series of reviews on this place decided to book this hostel. We stayed there for 3 days from June 25-28 and it was quite satisfactory. We had booked room with attached bathroom and therefore we have not experienced any kind of inconvenience...More
I was in Stockholm by myself for two days, so was happy to find a hostel that rents single person rooms instead of having to pay the full cost of a double room or stay in a dorm.
I was there over a weekend in...More
We stayed 3 nights at the Mosebacke Hostel which is conveniently located near shops and restaurants. The room was tiny and had no window but it did have a private bathroom (which is highly recommended). Considering that hotel rooms in Stockholm are quite expensive, it...More
We found the hostel easily, great location, very central. The room itself was pretty basic with small circular skylights in the ceiling (the only "window"). As read on other reviews, this was expected and we didn't really mind. However, this did mean that it never...More
US$64 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sweden > Stockholm County > Stockholm > Slussen / Södermalm
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.