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I've always enjoyed the British sitcom from the 1970s called "Fawlty Towers," but staying in a hotel that reminds you of Fawlty Towers -- not so much. There were many little things wrong with this small hotel, not least of which was the wobbly doorknob...More
This budget hotel is more like a pension or hostel. The location is great, near the metro, bus stop, park, cafes, shops and restaurants. The entrance is near Sala Thai restaurant, I had to call the reception via the intercom to get the door opened...More
Slightly hard to find. But really nice little hostel / B&B
Really good breakfast. Plenty of different types of bread and jam, juice, tea coffee, cucumber and cheese.
No kitchen but could buy tea and coffee out of hours. Nice clean shower rooms only problem...More
N.B: This review is for our stay in June 2006.
We stayed at the Wasa Park Hotel for 8 nights in 2006. It was more a cozy B&B that was situated in a a beautiful,well kept , old building with marble stairs and a quaint...More
$82 - $125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Vasastan is one of those neighborhoods that almost looks too good to be true. It has the winning combination of a central location, tranquility, and beautiful buildings – housing sophisticated bars and eateries – that makes this neighborhood Stockholm’s most sought-after place to live. If walking through this area makes you feel like walking through a fairy tale or picture book it’s no surprise, as it’s
actually the film set of the famous Swedish children story Karlsson-on-the-Roof. No matter what season, Vasastan manages to impress in the sunshine, covered in snow and won’t even lose its charm when soaked in rain.