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Wasa Park Hotel is situated about 15 minutes walk from Gamla Stan, near beautiful Wasa Park. It's situated in a tenement house which is being renovated. Bedrooms furnished well, in old style, but with TV. Only the bathroom in the room wasn't very nice, rather...More
Had to stop-by Stockholm coming back from Russia and found a hotel two weeks before the vacation. Stockholm is an expensive city and i was travelling at a very busy time of the year so options were few. I had low expectations for this hotel...More
We have slept (me & my wife) here for 3 nights and I think, it was a good choice:
- good price
- near to city center
- good availability of public transport
- clean room & bath & wc
- good and tasty breakfast
I actually read the tripadvisor reviews and looked up the hotel before I came, so I had an idea of what it would be like. Previous comments that it is more like a hostel than a hotel are very accurate, and since I was prepared,...More
US$73 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Vasastan is one of those neighborhoods that almost looks too good to be true. It has the winning combination of a central location, tranquility, and beautiful buildings – housing sophisticated bars and eateries – that makes this neighborhood Stockholm’s most sought-after place to live. If walking through this area makes you feel like walking through a fairy tale or picture book it’s no surprise, as it’s
actually the film set of the famous Swedish children story Karlsson-on-the-Roof. No matter what season, Vasastan manages to impress in the sunshine, covered in snow and won’t even lose its charm when soaked in rain.