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Spent two nights in a standard double-room. Bed ok, pillows ok. Quiet and good temperature. However, in the bathroom there was no shampoo and no conditioner, no extras. I had forgotten to bring a hairbrush so asked for that in the reception but they could...More
The listed size of an interior single room without window is not as listed. As per one site, it is 129 sq ft; on another, it is 108 sq ft. It is neither. I just came back from staying in one of the rooms for...More
The receptionist on my arrival was gloomier than the poor weather outside. I would have expected better service from a free service let alone a paid one.
I got a windowless basement room two floors below the ground floor. No complaints on that one since...More
Very poor service! Rude staff. Don't stay here! Terrible experience! We left feeling badly done too! There is no customer services AT ALL!!!!! Just a very bad hotel!!
Not finished off, wires hanging out from flours and ceilings! Hot tubs not working and breakfast terrible!...More
This hotel is a good base for exploring the city of Stockholm.
The location of the hotel is good as it's near the metro station and not that far away from the city centre.
The breakfast was good and had extensive options.
The hotel was...More
US$101 - US$237 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Kungsholmen is one of the largest islands in central Stockholm and one of the most popular places to live. Its most famous attraction is Stockholm’s City Hall, which stands out with its monumental architecture and is one of the most photographed buildings in Sweden. Kungsholmen has its own little city center and shopping mall, its own beach and a lovely pedestrian area next to the water, which charms both locals and
visitors with beautiful little cafés, restaurants and of course an awesome view. This neighborhood is perfect for a relaxed stroll followed by some coffee on a Sunday afternoon.
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A very easy and probably the cheapest way is the following: Take an airport bus (flygbus) from Arlanda airport to S:t Eriksplan (direction: Cityterminalen). This takes about 40 minutes. From there, it's about 1km to walk... More
A very easy and probably the cheapest way is the following: Take an airport bus (flygbus) from Arlanda airport to S:t Eriksplan (direction: Cityterminalen). This takes about 40 minutes. From there, it's about 1km to walk. Alternatively, you can take the metro (tunnelbana) from S:t Eriksplan to Fridhemsplan. From there, it's about 200m to walk.
Unfortunately, I don't know taxi prices in Stockholm.
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"Don't stay here until they correct the room sizes/dimensions"