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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.
This small church is located less than 10 minutes walk from the City Hall and may be worth a visit if you happen to be in the vicinity, but is probably not worth going out of your way. It's typically minimalist inside but the outside looks quite attractive.
To appreciate this little museum you need a special interest in custom operations.The museum features permanent exhibits on including customs history and customs operations in Stockholm, as well as temporary exhibitions.Tuesday-Wednesday 11-16
Sunday 11-16 No charge.
Me and my husband went for the tasting menu. The starters were a joy. The scallop, dumplings, tuna had so much finesse and delicately done that it melted in your mouth. The main course was great. Duck was our last main course but we were quiet full by that time and couldn’t enjoy as much. So go empty stomach. Organic...
I came here with my wife .. the place has kind of weird entrance but it is cozy from inside .. the atmosphere is good but it is always crowded .. and loud place ..
The most important thing was its meet .. so delicious and very professionally cocked steaks .. the meet was also with very high quality.. i...
$$ - $$$ • European, Swedish, Scandinavian, International
"Cozy and lovely"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by Lillemusen
The atmosphere and the ambience were great. It seemed as a perfect place for a single person to eat too. Staff friendly and attentive, prices typically high. As for the food, maybe a little bit less salt would be a good thing... Otherwise tasty and to expectations. We enjoyed it and would come back again.
I've stayed at a lot of Marriott Courtyards over the years -- this is easily the nicest Courtyard I've ever stayed at. 5 out of 5 for what it is - a Courtyard. It has the feel of a upper end business hotel, without the big expense. Everything feels new, with that sleek Scandinavian design throughout. Just outside the busy...
I'm not a fan of standardized hotels. This just feels like one of those. A remodeled 80's complex. Staff was very friendly. Service was good. Breakfast was decent but with no focus on organic items. Plus for GF selection and a made to order omelette station.
My single room was ok in size. The decor was rather modern but finishings...
The Hotel is good located.
Just a 15 minute walk to the city and the busterminal for the airport busses.
I have had a room on floor -2. This means, you are in the cellar, without any window. But it is ok, if you are on tour all day long.
And it was a small room.
This rooms are cheaper...
"Basic - this should not be called a hotel its RUBBISH"
reviewed 1 week ago by who-was-here-Kris
Windows draughty. Curtains don't fill the window to keep the cold out light out. Mattress is the softest I've ever slept on (not a positive) . Non existent pillows. Free WiFi ha! with NO Internet connection. Grubby walls. Smelly room. And the breakfast offering is just a trick to get you to book. The small collection of low quality items,(fitting...