This old building has seen many uses -even a reform school ! The beds were comfy but the room barely contained enough space for the bed .My husband and I could not pass between the bed and window at the same time . The bathroom is very elegant but tiny .We liked the slate walls and floor ,but there was no way to shower w/o getting most of the bathroom wet ,as there is no closure for the shower .We thought the breakfast was AMAZING given the price of the hotel .We are healthy eaters and enjoyed the grain breads ,museli type cereal ,and fresh fruit ,which were plentiful .There were hard and soft boiled eggs and some croissants and sweet rolls as well .We also loved the non touristy shopping and eating nearby ,as well as an abundance of classy thrift stores .No curtains on hall windows was a problem as we were on the first floor ,quite visible from the court yard .The sleep area needs room darkening shades as the curtains provided minimal darkness . the metro was very close ,as was a great market . We were pretty happy overall .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With its 52 rooms in a building from 1770, breakfast room in a brick vault in the basement, and some public rooms on the first floor, this leaves a hotel experience that is unique to Stockholm and perhaps the world. Here you can stay, gather and experience Stockholm at its best. ... more less
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