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There are 3 boats, only one offers full city centre views, the other two (less pretty) are side by side, very close to one another so be prepared to NOT have a great view.The engines make a perpetual CHUNK-CHUNK noise that cannot be cancelled with...More
This hotel is clean and close walking distance to old town. The showers are pokey but clean, warm and good pressure which is all you really need. It has a great wifi connection so you can easily access places to eat, see and do. I...More
We spent 3 nights in the Rygerfjord Hotel and Hostel.
The room was quite spacious and very cosy. We slept soooo well during our time here!
It is such a novelty waking up on a boat and looking out at Stockholm over the water in...More
The pictures of the rooms are all mixed up. The first to come gets the good one. There are several categories with very different rooms at the same price. The person at reception didn't help at all. They don't care at all
For the budget-conscious this place is ideal. Small but comfortable rooms, clean toilets, and showers had great water pressure. The kitchen was my favorite spot! Great place to cook meals and to meet everyone staying there.
$51 - $135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This rather quiet neighborhood revolves around a postcard-like park with a dramatic fountain in its center and is definitely one of Stockholm’s showcase neighborhoods. Mariatorget, a central residential area, is the best Stockholm has to offer when it comes to juxtaposing architectural masterpieces with sophisticated art galleries, coffee shops and bars. Stockholmers love to spend their weekends in the park
or one of the nearby coffee shops, so come to Mariatorget to meet the locals. The northern part of Mariatorget boasts historic buildings, beautiful cobblestone streets, and one of Stockholm’s best observation decks, Monteliusvägen, from where you can see an amazing view of the city hall and Stockholm’s old town.
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I don't think you will be seasick. You hardly feel that you are on a boat. Only when another ship passes, you feel the ship move a little. It really is a nice place to be and close to the old Town. I get seasick easily... More
I don't think you will be seasick. You hardly feel that you are on a boat. Only when another ship passes, you feel the ship move a little. It really is a nice place to be and close to the old Town. I get seasick easily myself, but really enjoyed it!
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"Only half of the rooms on Boat One enjoy city views. All other rooms have, at best, a diagonal view."