This hotel was like a B&B right in the centre of the Old Town in Stockholm. It was in a lovely old building tucked away down one of the narrow atmospheric alleys. The actual room reminded me of B&Bs in the UK with low ceiling and exposed beams. It was not spacious but cosy, and nicely furnished. There were tea/coffee making facilities in the room which was a nice touch. Bathroom extras included wardrobe, valuables safe, and heated towel rail. They also supplied Molton Brown toiletries much to my delight!
Breakfast was in the small cafe on the ground floor. No cooked meal was offered, however the buffet spread was ample.
This hotel would not be suitable for disabled or elderly travellers as there was a very steep, narrow, winding staircase to get to the rooms. This added to the experience for us, but would not be accessible at all to people who cannot manage stairs. You would probably need to carry small children up/down the stairs also.
I would definitely stay here again as the hotel was lovely and quaint, and in an ideal location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Hotel Sven Vintappare. We are a smaller hotel with seven rooms located in the very heart of Old Town Stockholm. The house was originally built in 1607 and opened for their first hotel guests in 2002. With its unique charm, Sven Vintappare has been awarded one of the most charming smaller hotels in skandinavia. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Sven Vintappare
- Sven Vintappare Stockholm