Let's put my review in the right context. I've been there in mid March, which for this hotel is definitely the low season. It guess it must be absolutely buzzing during the summer, and the rates are probably triple of what I paid.
The hotel is a bit outside Stockholm. It's not too bad value, if you're in Gamla Stan or nearby, you can take the train from Slussen and it's about 35 minutes To Saltsjobaden. The hotel is a stone throw from the train station. The surroundings are pretty. The hotel has this old grand style feel to it, nicely decorated. The room I was in was a tad small, but I wasn't bothered by it. I had a nice balcony but well, it was mid March in Sweden, so I didn't use it. There is a bare-bones mini-bar with water (35 kr) and Sprite (50 Kr). The room itself is nicely furnished, but nothing fancy, and a bit dated.
Service is not exactly cheerful or friendly, but even though it was cold, it wasn't unfriendly either and I got what I wanted so no complaints. Breakfast was rather uninspiring for Swedish standards. There were the basics but I would have expected a bit more, then again they have all the basic ingredients.
I think I could recommend this hotel for exactly the reason why I stayed there: in winter and spring, it's a more inexpensive option outside Stockholm, and relatively painless to get to. In summer, it'll probably be booked out because of its location, and honestly, I am not really sure whether I would spend the regular summer rate for the hotel.
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