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No intercom in any room nor even a common one in each floor. In case of being locked in, or illness, a medical emergency or fire no way to contact 6 floors down to the Reception who expect you to be carrying a handy mobile...More
I stayed here 3 nights in a room without window (my own choice) as I was just going to sleep there while visiting friends. The room was very comfortable, small but enough. It was clean and fresh, especially the bathroom. Breakfast was good, simple but...More
We stayed for 3 nights when visiting Stockholm, the price was quite steep considering the location,
About a 30minute walk to central station or the old town, a few stops on the tube. There's not much happening in the local area a few restaurants.
Some staff are arrogant and will not even respond to a simple 'good afternoon'
We also paid more for a 'superior' family room only to find out that it was actually smaller than the standard family room.
This hotel also requires passports or ID documents,...More
It is a really good hotel with a spacious room, also well designed and practical, enough outlets, good lighting, excellent equipment and a big bathroom. Location is very good; Flygbussarna airport coaches stop and metro station (two stops to the old town) are really close...More
US$94 - US$251 (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.
Response from juliafyra | Reviewed this property |
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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"Forth floor has red ambient light in the room which is not pleasant but can be turned off."