I was lucky enough to stay in the Stadshotell for a business meeting, and have my family along too. The style of the hotel was very Swedish minimalist (gustavian as my wife/style counsellor advises me) built in 1909 - as all the hotel paper and pens remind you. It is newly decorated throughout in pale blue and white.
The food was fantastic, with dinner and lunch (for the business meeting) presented like a work of art. The whole table had to be seated before they would describe each dish and woe betide if you dont pay attention : what appeared as a chocolate mousse was in fact licorice!
The rooms were light and spacious (with enough rooom for two folding beds for the children). The staff were welcoming and efficient.
The hotel has a lovely view from the dining room out over a lake, still frozen at Easter, and you can walk striaght out onto the street of the town,which is Swedens oldest town.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking