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We stayed 3 nights prior to a Baltic cruise. We were in a building just around the corner from the main hotel, where we had a spacious room and enjoyed breakfast just down the hallway. Hotels in Stockholm are pretty expensive for North Americans, so...More
Nicely updated hotel only a couple blocks from the harbor. Our room was quiet and comfortable although on the smallish side. It was certainly adequate, comfortable, and a great deal. My brother paid extra for a suite that included a nice deck overlooking the city....More
Hotel Wellington is located in a nice and quiet neighbourhood in Östermalm but still within a walking distance of some of the main tourist attractions, shopping streets and several restaurants. There is also a tube station nearby.
The hotel is relatively small and has a...More
The room was somewhat basic and spare, but comfortable. The elevator is tiny. There's a nice rooftop lounge area. The room came with a good breakfast. The subway stop isn't too far away. The Wellington is a good option in Stockholm.
We were originally given a tiny room on the 1st (not ground) floor, with a window facing the sunny courtyard. With no air conditioning, it was extremely hot, and there was barely enough space to walk around the bed, and no closet or luggage rack....More
With its high-end shopping facilities and Michelin-starred restaurants, Östermalm is definitely the poshest part of central Stockholm. Here you will find Stockholm’s most majestic residential buildings, a beautiful market hall from 1888 displaying gourmet foods from around the world and the Swedish Royal Dramatic Theatre with its awe-inspiring architecture. At night, legendary nightclubs make the perfect
location to observe the natives (and those aspiring to become natives of this exclusive neighborhood) in their natural habitat and to enjoy the latest produce of the Swedish house music scene.