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The hostel is in a former prison and it is decorated very nice and it looks like a prison. The hostel is not very noisy, they have lockers and the staff is helpfully.
The hostel is located on a small, green island, which is very...More
I stayed here as a solo traveller for the Europa League final back in May. The hostel is around 10-15 walk away from Hornstull metro station. The walk is pleasant and can either be taken through a park or via following the road. The hostel...More
I stayed in a triple room with private bathroom. Space is limited but totally manageable for 3 people. I would like to highlight the amazing service we received from ALL staff. Our friend got ill and they provided all possible support. I would say it...More
we stayed in a double room (bunk beds) with private bathroom, it was a great place to stay, the breakfast is well worth the money, especially as Stockholm is not cheap for eating out, it is a bit far from things but the metro is...More
While traveling on a budget in Stockholm, I found Langholmen to be a very budget friendly stay. Not knowing the layout of the city before I booked my stay, I didn't realize that it was SO far from everything! It took forever to get to...More
If you love having a drink by the sea right on the beach (and who doesn’t?) Hornstull & Långholmen should be on top of your list. The area was recently redeveloped and now not only offers artsy bars and edgy restaurants but also a post-modern shopping mall complex for urban retail therapy. Hornstull belongs to the more established and sophisticated neighborhoods in Stockholm and is the typical place where you’ll
find Swedish dads meeting for a latte during their paternal leave, or where local office workers meet up at the art cinema for a drink or a movie after work. The beaches in Hornstull and Långholmen are popular destinations for barbeques and sunbathing during the summer. Bring sunscreen.