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I am a first time visitor/tourist to Stockholm. I have a pretty high standard when it comes to "affordable hotels." My list includes: bathroom and bedsheets must be spotless, free wifi, close to public transportation, and excellent morning buffet. It's not a luxury hotel like...More
Stayed here for a weekend break with a group of friends. Standard rooms are very small, I was offered an upgrade to a superior room which I'm really glad I took. Only had breakfast here, which I have to say was exceptionally good. The staff...More
We arrived a busy Friday evening and we were quickly delt with at reception.
Our room , 425, was a mix of chic and modern full with good details ( ironingboard / slippers / powershower/ blueray-cd etc. At the back overlooking the courtyard. Very quiet....More
Just few steps from underground. Walking distance to old town. Fabulous, modern room. Extra comfortable bed. Friendly staff. Good breakfast. Restaurant often full in the evening.
Great Stockholm, great hotel.
Three night stay in this lovely hotel. Great location for easy access to central Stockholm and Gamla Stan. Fabulous breakfast that will keep you full till dinner time. Abba memorabilia but only subtle. Lively bar at weekends. All in all terrific place - can't think...More
This rather quiet neighborhood revolves around a postcard-like park with a dramatic fountain in its center and is definitely one of Stockholm’s showcase neighborhoods. Mariatorget, a central residential area, is the best Stockholm has to offer when it comes to juxtaposing architectural masterpieces with sophisticated art galleries, coffee shops and bars. Stockholmers love to spend their weekends in the park
or one of the nearby coffee shops, so come to Mariatorget to meet the locals. The northern part of Mariatorget boasts historic buildings, beautiful cobblestone streets, and one of Stockholm’s best observation decks, Monteliusvägen, from where you can see an amazing view of the city hall and Stockholm’s old town.
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The hotel itself doesn't have a fitness center, but we cooperate with a gym next door called Saga Motion. Our guests get to use the facilities for 125 SEK per day through a ticket they pick up at the hotel reception. This is... More
The hotel itself doesn't have a fitness center, but we cooperate with a gym next door called Saga Motion. Our guests get to use the facilities for 125 SEK per day through a ticket they pick up at the hotel reception. This is a fully equipped gym with everything from free weights to weight machines to excercise machines. There is no pool there, though they do have a sauna. They also have classes like yoga, body pump, core, zumba and more...