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I´m a native Stockholm resident but booked a suite at the Pop House Hotel for our 20th anniversary. I´m also a business person that average about 40 nights per year in hotels around the world so I have a pretty good experience from (mostly 4-5...More
It might be all about the Pop but these guys Rock! Don't think I've stayed in a more friendly or helpful hotel than this one! The staff were just great, even making us up a wee pack lunch & coffees to take away when we...More
This hotel is located within the ABBA The Museum, and although we have not stayed in the hotel per se, we did enjoy its restaurant and coffee bar. Although with a good choice of food, not a huge selection of it. But that is fine....More
Just behind the entrance to the ABBA museum is the Pop House restaurant which serves an awesome lunch buffet for only 175sek per person. My wife and i had both the fish and meat dish with many excellent salads plus coffee and dessert. A remarkable...More
Estuvimos 7 dias hospedados en el Pop House, incluidas una noche en la ABBA GOLD ROOM y dos noches en la DUVEMALA ROOM. Las habitaciones tematicas son grandes y confortables y estan ambientadas, la Gold con los discos de oro originales del grupo y con...More
The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as
an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
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Go across the main road in front of the Central Station. Find your way to Kungsträdgården, ask locals if needed. Everyone knows where it is. Go on board on tram no. 7, after 10 min you are there. Pay the ticket before you... More
Go across the main road in front of the Central Station. Find your way to Kungsträdgården, ask locals if needed. Everyone knows where it is. Go on board on tram no. 7, after 10 min you are there. Pay the ticket before you enter the tram, you can pay with visa. There is a ticket machine at the stop. Or you buy tickets inside the Central Station, in the kiosk called Pressbyrån.