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I stayed in a single bed bedroom. Size of the room was like expected. But the bathroom was about 1x2,5m big so it was super tiny and had tiles coming off the floor. So think about putting a shower, sink and toilet in there -...More
Very few hotels I've visited has been so misleading in their marketing. The room I was given at this little "backpacker hostel style" sight on a backstreet in Malmö reminded me more of a prison cell than a 3 star hotel room. Stains and cracks...More
I came to see my girlfriend at the malmö. So after all day i shoping and eating food out. Then i go with girlfriends 10 minutes i,needed to Change clothes and shower fast. So Marc Philippe manager in reception. Came and knock at the door....More
Stayed here recently. Nice big room and clean. Bed was comfortable. Only complaint was that it was very hot room and for $200 a night I would expect air con. Advertised a few wine hour between 5-6pm on website which did not happen.
It is very small, no door to toilet and shower. But the worse is that the room smells of humidity, towel did not dry from morning to evening. I liked the location and breakfast ok. Also great that u can rent a goid bike to...More
$65 - $147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It been a little while since I stayed there but I am sure there was a lift, the best way between Copenhagen and Malmö is the train and you can take the tram from Copenhagen harbour to the central station and then a train to... More
It been a little while since I stayed there but I am sure there was a lift, the best way between Copenhagen and Malmö is the train and you can take the tram from Copenhagen harbour to the central station and then a train to Malmö station. It is only a 5-6 minute walk from the station
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"I would not recommend anyone to stay in their single rooms"