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We loved this hotel. Happening part of town but still quiet tucked into a courtyard. Walk everywhere from here or catch all kinds of public transportation.
Very old hotel boasts incredible charm, great wine bar, and the best breakfast spread ever! The staff are super...More
Room was adequate. Very clean -Twin beds, a desk, TV and Wifi. Very quiet except for occasional sirens from fire station a bock away. Very nice patio to hang out it. Excellent breakfast in the morning (not free).
We loved our stay at Nofo Lofts! The rooms are simple but clean, and the windows are charming. The bathroom is shared, but clean, and the price makes this seem okay. There are many old worn stairs to walk up to get to your rooms,...More
Stayed in this hotel as i went to see the Europa League final. Price wise was a bit expensive but in these days all hotels in Stockholm had their price raised coz of the big demand. Breakfast good, room superb, bed comfort was amazing, location...More
We stayed in NoFo Loft and found it very comfortable for 3 persons. Stairs are heavy and no elevatir, shared bathrooms are not for everyone but if you can cope this us a priceworthy hotel, With a very Fresh breakfast.
Location is perfect for cafés,...More
US$80 - US$269 (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.