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A tastefully transformed old prison (based on American 19th century prison designs with a bright open atrium) on an island close to the centre of city in a tranquil park. There is a choice between a more upmarket & expensive hotel and more affordable hostel;...More
This hotel is situated on a lovely island that is a park and though it is quite and removed from the busy city it is just a few minutes walk to a busling area of Stockholm, Hornstull, all the restaurants, cafe´s, and shopping you could...More
I travelled to Sweden to try and see the Northern Lights. I flew to stockholm before catching a train to the North and some friends recommended the Langholmen hotel which was once the old prison. It has been beautifully refurnished and one sleeps in the...More
Sleep there! You will have a unique experience! You can sleep in a real prison, well trasnformed in a special place. Room were perfec, Wi-Fi always working. Everything was clean and well-finished. Price was right. Breakfast was incredibly rich and high quality! Very close to...More
The hotel it's three subway stations from Gamla Stan.The nearest subway station was 10-15 minutes walking, that's not a problem if the weather it's good but when it's raining, it appears to be a long way.
We were on one of the formers guards room....More
$111 - $191 (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.