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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
I booked this property for a 4 night stay based on the information listed online however, upon my arrival I was appalled at the conditions, false advertising, and lack of care found at this property. Had the hour not been so late into the evening,...More
I chose this hostel not only because I was promised a fantastic breakfast, but because the rooms whiteout a view got compensated with a virtual window. I was shocked to find a real window in my room. They covered it with a towel - because...More
Located very centrally, with much of Södermalm and Gamla Stan at walking distance, just off the busy streets. Kitchen available and a store across the road... Rooms are OK, showers etc too. Breakfast is at a öevel you might not expect in a hostel, lots...More
We had a pretty good experience here without any issues with cleanliness of the room and bathroom which felt pretty well maintained. The breakfast was also very good although I was a bit sad about the pastry selection which was very stale. Receptionists were very...More
US$65 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.