History defines this hotel, which is inside an extremely atmospheric Gamla Stan building that dates from 1640. In the cellar you can see part of a medieval fortress wall, and, in the 1930s construction workers stumbled across Sweden's biggest silver treasure ever found, just beneath the hotel. The theme is nautical, with artifacts from the HMS Victory, as well as Swedish antiques. Each room is named after a 19th-century sea captain. The restaurant, Djuret ("the
Animal"), is a temple to organic and wild local meat, and a hot ticket with locals.
Jun 24, 2000
staff was unknowledgible about most services, NO WEEKEND BELL STAFF, was over charged A LOT for money excange, reservation was mixed up and was compensated unfairly due to over booking, had them send things back to USA and they didnt mark fargle on glass items after assuring me repeatedly, " It will all be taken care of....... Room was pretty but very very small, smaller then the room booked....... waste of money better off staying at Anno 1647