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We spent there one night in 4 people. The receptionist was not very friendly. The room had no window, but we knew it before. However, it was a little dirty, floor and bathroom were ok but furnitures were almost unacceptable. Breakfast was another story and...More
Well from our room not having a window to the fact there was hair in my bed, and not just one or two, plus there was a topper on the bed which kept sliding off. The location was good, there were nice places to eat...More
We stayed at the Mosebacke Hostel, Stockholm for 1 night in December last year. We were SO unhappy with our stay there.
We were told we would be okay arriving late to the hostel, as our flight wouldn't get in till after midnight. The hostel...More
Real good location !
A lot of bars and restaurants nearby.
Within walk distance from the old town and many attraction like fotografiska ( A must do)
Staff very friendly and helpful !
Better than the average hostels and the breakfast is really enough to...More
The experience exceeded our expectations. We booked a double room with shared toilet and we have been upgraded to a room with private toilet. Room small but clean, the breakfast is really generous with a good selection. This hostel is better than some 2* hotel,...More
US$63 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sweden > Stockholm County > Stockholm > Slussen / Södermalm
A unique mix of grotesque 1960s concrete urban vision and cosy historical Swedish brick houses, Slussen has become one of Stockholm’s most architecturally edgy and controversial neighborhoods. Plans to rebuild the area have been on the agenda for decades, however, so far no agreement could be reached, which is the reason for the continuing decay of its brutalist substance. Nevertheless, the museums and the main shopping
street, Götgatan, attract both locals and tourists with Sweden’s most fashion-forward clothing retailers, hipster coffee shops and restaurants. Once the lights are out, the area turns into a bustling nightlife haven, catering to all preferences, from posh hotel bars to sweaty underground nightclubs. There is no better place to experience the clash between old and new Sweden.