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The only way to get my husband out of a tent on our camping trip was to find somewhere unusual to stay and Langholmen certainly is that! An old prison refurbished into a hotel whilst retaining many of the 'original features'. But more than that,...More
Långholmen - hostel or hotel rooms!
This special location is great to see Stockholm and still feel like you are on the countryside with green nature, flowers and a possibility to take a swim in the sea or go jogging or walking around the island....More
We stayed there two nights and the hotel was something else and only in a good way. Old prison is something you don't get to see everyday. We took the smallest room and it was small, but all we needed. Staff was really really nice....More
We spent two nights in this interesting and somewhat unique former hard labour prison turned hotel and hostel in Stockholm. The hotel is located on the beautiful forested island of Langholmen only a 30 minute walk from old Gamla Stan downtown. The prison dates from...More
Three friends and I checked into our prison cells last weekend and we loved it! Considering the rooms are the size of a prison cell we found there was enough room for two and we even managed to fit four in for a game of...More
$120 - $204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#19 Romantic Hotel in Stockholm
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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.