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This hotel does not have good service and very poor.
there was not any slipper, free mineral water and shampoo in the room. there was not elevator causes passengers will face with inconvenience. my room was too small and all facilities especially shower bath was...More
NOFO is located in a very convenient area of Stockholm. It's five minutes walking to public transit and a five minute walk from the hipster area. It's a ten minute walk to good trendy restaurants and vintage shopping.
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I stayed for four night at third floor with shared bathrooms. The third floor is indeed looking shabby compared to the corridor of first and second floor. However, that is not a bad thing, nor a good thing. It is fine. Doesn't really matter.
We booked this hotel as we wanted something reasonably priced for a few days, yet in central location. We were allowed to check-in slightly earlier, around 2pm, which was good of them. The downside was that there is no lift, which is a hassle whilst...More
I stayed here with my mum and sister as part of a long weekend city break. The hotel is very smart and clean and in a great location with the nearest metro station less than 5 minutes walk down the same road. The metro is...More
US$78 - US$227 (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.