Fodor's Expert Review NoFo
Tjärhovsg. 11, Stockholm, 116 21, Sweden Fodor's Choice
Just a few blocks from busy Götgatan, this hotel is an oasis of calm in the busy urban streets of Södermalm. Built in 1780, it was originally a brewery, then a jail, then a hospital, then a temporary housing area. The beautiful building has been a hotel since 1976. The newly renovated rooms have polished hardwood floors and are decorated in a variety of contemporary styles. Many look out over the large, tranquil inner courtyard, others on the nearby church. In addition to regular rooms with an en suite bath, there are also top-floor budget loft rooms with shared bathrooms. In summer breakfast and drinks from the on-site wine bar are served outside. The peace and quiet this hotel provides, even though it's close to all the action, makes it ideal for a vacation.
- lovely setting, good-size rooms
- basic facilities
- a little outside the city center
Rate Includes: Free breakfast