Vadstena Klosterhotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Vadstena, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a desk, and a seating area, and Vadstena Klosterhotel makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including baggage storage and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Vadstena, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Vadstena Klosterhotel, including Osteria L`volte (0.2 mi), Pizzeria Venezia (0.2 mi), and Mat fran KOKET (0.3 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Vadstena Castle (0.5 mi), Vadstena Klosterkyrka (0.0 mi), and Sancta Birgitta Conventmuseum (0.0 mi), which are some popular Vadstena attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Vadstena!
Fantastic stay at this hotell in beautiful surroundings. The buildings are so amazing so live in being almost 800 years old. The interterior design really highlights this and conplements the architecture well
Good things Beautiful location Felix at the reception desk was friendly and enthusiastic Bad things Room in slotsvillan slightly careworn No choice of dishes at restaurant if you order pills klosterpaketet, you get what you get No vegetarian options available even though it explicitly says so on menu Confused serving staff, asked for butter three times before I got some Many drinks out of stock Premium price but not premium experience
The establishment performs well in all areas - hotel and restaurant - but subject to the price of services charged - that is the minimum obligation. The relevant question is do you get value for your money as the establishment charges ca 2,5-4 times the price what a well performing countryside hotel / mansion - in swedish gästgiveri / slott - charges you. The first third of the price would be settled by delivering that "standard" standard in rooms and restaurant. The second third could be settled by the luxury and comfort of the inventories in rooms and restaurant. The last third would then have to be accomplished by the well preserved medieval atmosphere which is tangibly present in this location. The restaurant offers local dishes - though small portions - but served in a delicate manner in a historically impressive hall. Subject to my visit the bottom line in this study is that the establishment is a destination one has to see during ones lifetime and as it is said behind the big water in America - its splurge worthy... Check in was very slow and long ques in covid times.…
We visited Vadstena in spring and stayed at this historic place. The location is great, the hotel building is unique and beautiful, however the room that we had is small and dated. As it is an old building, you can hear noises from the hallway and your neighbors. The breakfast was okay and the dinner was very good.
Have visited Vadstena klosterhotel at several occasions. We even had our wedding reception there many years ago. Sad to say we’ve had a terrible experience with bookings the last couple of times, when encountering the managing director and owner on the phone trying to book dinner at the restaurant. She’s so incredibly rude and dismissive as soon as she realizes your not booking a whole stay. Unfortunately we can’t complain to anyone since she sets the standard herself of what’s accepted customer care/service. Very dissapointing.
The hotel claims to be much better than it actually is. The rooms are very small and dated with worn furniture and patched up wallpaper. Bathroom was also small and low standard. The pictures shown on various booking sites are not representative to the actual rooms at the hotel. The hotel does not offer queen- or king size beds, but only two singles pushed together. Despite stating it when booking, the rooms does not have ironing boards or irons available. The beds are very uncomfortable with lumpy cheap pillows and thin duvets. There are also a lot of noice from the hallways and you can hear EVERYTHING other guests are doing in their rooms. At breakfast they urge you to sanitize your hands befor entering, due to the Corona-virus, but then the buffet are all set on open tables with guests talking, coughing and touching over everything. This could be a very nice hotel, considering the beautiful surroundings, but it needs a big update.…
Awesome hotel, the food was excellent. Place is pretty darn expensive, but we wanted some luxury. Views are just great, weather is good. Rooms are in great shape, personal are helpfull. Spa was worth visiting too.
We stayed at Vadstena Klosterhotel for 1 night in February. Our room was located in Klostergården 2, with jacuzzi and sauna in our own bathroom. The main building, restaurant and breakfast was just a couple of minutes away. The spa was not so big, but really relaxing. It has several pools, saunas, resting rooms and one outdoor jacuzzi. Thanks to the booking system there is a limit of visitors at the same time, so it can't be too crowded. The dinner at Munkarestaurangen was delicious! Don't miss the 2nd floor in the main building, it's interior is fantastic and you can really feel the history sweep you away.
Me and my husband recently had a spa weekend in Vadstena. The hotel is great, nice atmosphere and warm welcome together with really nice, well decorated and clear rooms. The package is quite generous, 2 days entrance in the spa (approx 4h each time) plus a fantastic three course dinner and rich breakfast. We were really impressed by the quality of the food. The location is quite special, with several different buildings composing it create a genuine and historical atmosphere. The spa is cozy , and the fact that the number of guests allowed per time is not so big, it gives even more a luxury feeling. Totally recommended.
I stayed for two nights in order to attend a concert at the adjacent Klosterkyrka. The day of arrival saw the Vadstena triathlon take place and there was a real buzz throughout the town. Helpful and friendly reception staff took care of everything. The hotel even phoned me in England to check whether I required a restaurant reservation for the first night and to advise that the restaurant would be closed on the second evening of my visit. Rooms are spread across several buildings in the town - some close, some further afield. I stayed in the main hotel building and had a lake view. Rooms are old fashioned but very atmospheric with many antiques scattered throughout the common parts and even the bedrooms. Excellent en suite bathroom with very good shower. Lighting is not very strong but perfectly adequate. There is no elevator but the rooms are easy to access and the stairs are not steep. It would appear to be difficult regarding wheelchair access. An extensive buffet breakfast is included in the room rate but beware that this closes at 9am on weekdays. This is located in a beautiful old building across the courtyard. The restaurant in the same building as the reception desk serves very good food and reservations are strongly advised. I was travelling by public transport and on the day of departure, the hotel kindly drove me to the nearest bus stop which was much appreciated. There is ample parking at the hotel.…