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This was the tiniest room I ever stayed in in my entire life! It reminded me of my crew cabin on the cruise ship.
They do not have room keys, but use the system, where you have to punch in the security code to enter...More
This is not a real hotel, there is no reception and the room was not as advertised. I almost couldn't get in thanks to no reception, noone on premises and the only contact option a button that dials a phone that just gives an automated...More
We chose Hotel Soder for its location, in the trendy area of Stockholm. The room was not especially large, but it was clean and the beds comfortable with a decent ensuite. Basic toiletries were provided. I would make some small observations: a tatty light fitting...More
I needed lodgings somewhere near the harbour, in order to get the boat to Åland early in the morning. This meant I had to check out before breakfast, on which I therefore cannot comment.
The room was quite cramped and largely below ground level, but...More
We had a great hotel in de middle of Soderalm. The rooms are not big, but good. The neigberhood is great. The breakfast is fine and more than enough. The lady's at the reception are very friendly and helpfull. I would say a very good...More
US$104 - US$195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Throughout the last decades these neighborhoods transformed from a rather quiet residential area into the birthplace of Swedish hipsterism and became Sweden’s main hub for new fashion labels, independent coffee shops and innovative gastropub concepts. Despite their extreme transformation, SoFo (South of Folkungagatan) & Medborgarplatsen managed to hold on to their residential charm and quietness and became
one of the most sought-after places to live among young people in Stockholm. This neighborhood is also home to Sweden’s highest student hall, Skrapan, which used to be the head office of the tax authorities and now combines a mix of student hall and shopping mall with a bar on top.