Hotels Near Stockholm University Of The Arts In Stockholm

4.4/5Excellent15 Reviews
0.55km from Stockholm University of the Arts
very good. Checking in at the active moment of the Swedish tourist event can be said to reflect a different style. It was stipulated to check in at 3:00 pm, but I arrived at the front desk at 8 am. The front desk said the room was vacant and could be checked in, which was directly equivalent to letting me check in half a day in advance. The rooms are small, typical European hotels, but in good hygiene. Checking out is simple and convenient, just ask me if I have any other consumption and check out directly. The breakfast was rich and delicious, and it seemed that everyone included breakfast, so no one checked. Various fitness settings are also very complete.
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3.8/512 Reviews
1.03km from Stockholm University of the Arts
What ever you do, do not book this place and don't let the lobby fool you. My husband and I stayed at Hotel Hansson in November 2019. The guy in the reception during the day was super nice and helpful when we arrived, we checked in, payed and he took care of our bags. When we arrived just before 5 in the morning to go to bed, we had to wait very long outside the hotel before anyone opened. When we then came in, the night watchman was very determed that we should pay more for the room, even if we had the receipt and everything. But after a lot of discussions, the night watchman came to an end and said we didn't have to pay any more! When we reach the room, it is extremely worn with major flaws: the door is very damaged, one bedside lamp didn't work, the toilet seat sits so loose that you have to balance when sitting at the toilet. There is black mold in the shower, there are missing parts on the shower itself There were hair on the wall in the bathroom when we arrived The beds were not properly bedded, the bed sheet was just straight on the mattress, ie you had not even put the bed under the mattress. I called the night watchman when we got to the room around 5am and announced that the lamp is not working and that the toilet seat is very broken. Got a reply: we'll fix it tomorrow! In the morning, a maid just stepped into the room without knocking, it was only lucky that we were dressed then. We contacted the manager of the hotel but he had a very cheeky tone and did only reply to half of our questions, after a couple of email back and forth he only gave us 50% discount on the next stay. But why on earth would we ever go back to that disgusting hotel with the worst service ever.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.05km from Stockholm University of the Arts
We spent 5 nights staying here in a double room (room 4). It was very quiet and comfortable with a window overlooking the internal courtyard so there was no street noise. There was a private sink in the room and the shared bathroom was just outside the door. Occasionally we had to wait to use the bathroom but there is another shower and toilet available if needed. The bathroom had a stack of individual small cottonhand towels for guest use rather than paper towels, which was a nice touch. Most fellow guests were considerate and kept the bathroom clean and tidy. The hotel is in a great location with plenty of restaurants and shops in the surrounding streets (we recommend Creperie & Logi around the corner). It is a pleasant 20 - 30 minute walk down Sveavagen or parallel streets to the harbour and Gamlastan. Breakfast was a simple continental buffet with cereal, yoghurt, fruit, boiled eggs, cheese, meats and bread. Special thanks to the friendly staff member Seva who served us breakfast each morning. Recommed this place as a comfortable and convenient base for exploring Stockholm.
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.11km from Stockholm University of the Arts
Situated on a peaceful street in Stockholm’s Vasastan neighbourhood, this hostel is 5 minutes’ walk from Odenplan Metro Station. It offers free Wi-Fi and a communal, fully-equipped kitchen.Housed in a charming 18th-century building, 2kronor Hostel Vasastan’s rooms feature simple yet comfortable furnishings. Bathroom facilities are shared.Free internet computers are found in 2kronor Vasastan’s lobby. Breakfast vouchers for a nearby café can be bought at the reception.Guest can walk to several restaurants, bars and shops on the neighbouring Sveav?gen and Odengatan streets. Stockholm City Library and Stockholm Observatory are just around the corner.
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4.4/5Excellent21 Reviews
1.15km from Stockholm University of the Arts
The breakfast was very rich. The room was quite large. Two people stayed very comfortable. The wet and dry separation of the water pressure and hot water were great. It was easy to get to the city center. The subway and bus arrived within 20 minutes. When checking in, the lady at the front desk asked if it was free. After the map was asked, we also told us where the city center is and how to go to the reservation date. It was told before Christmas that the local market should be known by the local talents. The Christmas market is rich in itineraries in Stockholm and the sauna is steaming to book in advance. The experience is very good. A large room. Only I and my friends use privacy. Generally, the price and configuration are very worthwhile in Europe.
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0/50 Reviews
1.24km from Stockholm University of the Arts
Whether youre looking for business or pleasure, the Best Western Hotel at 108s unique location in Stockholm provides effortless convenience to everything this amazing city has to offer.This newly built hotel is located in two, nice, 19th century buildings on one of Stockholms most famous streets sveavagen.The Stockholm Odenplan metro station is about a 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel and has direct connection to Arlanda Airport.Metro station Radmansgatan is located about 50 meters from the hotel and offers easy connections to several of Stockholm attractions.All rooms are modern style, have free high speed internet, flat screen TV, air conditioning and underfloor heating in the bathrooms. They also have desks with space for a laptop and a safe. Please note that a large part of the rooms have no windows.The restaurant has two dining rooms and serves buffet breakfast and dinner. In the summer, you can dine out on the terrace located in the fantastic courtyard.
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4.5/5Excellent25 Reviews
1.25km from Stockholm University of the Arts
This hotel is not owned by any big chain and you can tell. We were offered a double in the old, lower parts of the hotel and I can recommend that option. It was really nice to be able to stand at the window and watch city life in Kungsgatan. The room wasn’t too big, but had what you need and was clean and neat. Beds really good. Breakfast is on the better side, apart from the bread that is well below par in Stockholm. (Thanks to the fantastic crew at Speceriet for giving us a bread doggybag for the second breakfast :-) A word about the lobby. For me, a lobby bar is a place where you have a drink in peace before going out, or put your feet up when returning “home” again. Birger Jarl is obviously trying to make their lobby into a cool and trendy jazz club. Nothing wrong with that, but it doesn’t add to the experience as a hotel guest. Maybe this is also why the hotel doesn’t feel as personal and friendly as I would have expected. Staff in the reception and (especially) the bar are not giving their all for the residents. Over all a highly recommended hotel.
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4.4/5Excellent16 Reviews
1.34km from Stockholm University of the Arts
The hotel is situated in a beautiful old wooden building overlooking the lake at Haga Park. We were fortunate to be allocated a room facing a pretty garden with our own patio furniture (we were upgraded to a deluxe room because of our Bonvoy status) - some rooms could be affected by the metro extension construction work that is taking place nearby. The room was furnished with very calm colours, fine quality bed linen, pillows & duvets. We had a good sized bathroom with marble tiles, a bathtub, toweling robes and Orla Keily toiletries. We enjoyed having a kettle so we could make a cup of tea and enjoy it outside on our patio in the sunshine ! Note the room was quite warm in late August and we needed the windows open (no A/C). Breakfast was buffet style with a wide variety of choices - we enjoyed the Swedish fish dishes, cheese & bread on our second morning. We also eat outside on the terrace overlooking the lake. The public areas of the hotel are very traditional Swedish and there are intimate historic private dining rooms. We had dinner in the hotel dining room with pre-drinks on the terrace next to the historic pavilion with views of the lake & the park. The menu was small offering some excellent local dishes such as Chanterelle mushrooms in cheese sauce, smoked shrimps, reindeer, mushroom risotto. The restaurant was softly lit and comfortable with quality tableware and glasses - all very romantic. Odenplan train station is a 10 minute walk from the hotel. We walked around Haga park, a large parkland around a lake with interesting historical features : Echo temple, “Copper” tents and the Gustav III pavilion.
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.37km from Stockholm University of the Arts
Needed a budget hotel in central Stockholm and Rex Petit gave me what I needed. Stayed a couple of times and had a different room on each occasion. First time had a room on ground floor level which included it's own bathroom. Second time had a room in the basement which had no window and had shared bathroom and shower. Hotel was clean with helpful staff and nice atmosphere. Breakfast was excellent with hot choices, various breads and selection of cheese and meat. Beds weren't great, but it was quiet and undisturbed. Main attraction though is the price and Rex Petit is a good budget option for Stockholm.
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.38km from Stockholm University of the Arts
I’d booked the Rex, but when I arrived I found it to be all locked up. After making a phone call and asking around I eventually discovered that they are transferring their bookings to the Hellsten Hotel across the street without even informing guests beforehand. Whilst the Hellsten is an ok hotel, I would have expected to have been informed beforehand and been able to decide to book elsewhere. I am not sure if and when it will reopen, so my advice is to call them before booking and double check.
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4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.39km from Stockholm University of the Arts
The service was consistently friendly, helpful, efficient, and above and beyond. Nothing was too much trouble. I was even offered a take-away breakfast, without asking, when I mentioned I'd be checking out very early in the morning. That's class. As to the product itself, the rooms are okay, the shower in mine is a bit small for a normal sized person and no soap in my room (but I had my own so it was fine). A kettle in the room would go a long way. Pillows were not great. Good size room overall, plenty of plugs, decent (free) internet. Breakfast fairly typical. Fellow vegans can just about manage to put something together.
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4.2/5Very Good13 Reviews
1.47km from Stockholm University of the Arts
The Scandic Park is in a good neighborhood, within a short walk of subway and bus stops as well as the busy Stureplan shopping/nightlife area, although the immediate area is quieter and more residential. You can also borrow bicycles from reception if you want to explore on 2 wheels. Hotel public areas look a bit dated, but the rooms are modern and our "Standard" room was surprisingly spacious. Very cozy bed - I only regret that I couldn't spend more time sleeping! Plenty of storage and seating areas. We also had a huge bathroom with a fantastic shower. The included breakfast was good quality and offered a lot of variety, but as others have mentioned, it is quite crowded on the weekends. The buffet area is too small for the number of people - perhaps they could put some coffee/juice/bread items over at the bar so everyone didn't have to funnel into one small space. In any case, we enjoyed our stay here and would definitely come again next time we visit Stockholm!
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Hotels Near Stockholm University Of The Arts In Stockholm Review

4.5/560 Reviews
Location is not recommended! The nearest exit from the Central Station is not very close, especially when dragging boxes! Then check-in time is 2 pm, luggage storage is charged, I have communicated in advance and informed that the equivalent of RMB is about 1 hour and 11 yuan, and I found out that I can only choose to deposit for 1 hour, 6 hours, or 24 hours, which is not cost-effective. !! The big price boxes are 15/55/80 in local currency, and the check-out time is 10 am. Unless you leave after check-out, you still have to store your luggage, which is really inconvenient! Service is average! It can only be said that the room is cost-effective, and there is less luggage. You can consider leaving in the afternoon to early morning.
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4.7/563 Reviews
I traveled to Stockholm many times, and ever since 2018, when I stayed at the Downtown Camper the first time, I now only stay at this hotel for all my trips to Stockholm. To start with, its location is perfect! It is located super close to the Central station (5-7 min walk to the trains, and 1 min walk to the metro station). There is the main shopping street next to the hotel. There are a lot of shops, restaurants, cafes, pharmacies around. It is super easy to walk to everywhere. The hotel is remodeled and stylish. The lobby is nice and has very good options to hang out and have a drink, there is a nice restaurant there. The hotel has a little spa area on the top floor, but I never went there. The front desk staff is always helpful. This time I booked a room with a King bed (before I booked the simplest room with 2 Twin beds, and I liked it a lot, by the way). My room was with a lot of space this time. Its design is perfection for me! Every time I get a very cosy and home vibe from the rooms in this hotel! Love it! The bed was super comfortable. There was also a second “bed” right next to the window. You can hang out and take a nap there. So cool! The bathroom was small, but I felt comfy there. The floor was heated. The bathtub was pretty big. The bathroom amenities were of a high quality. Wi-Fi was working very fast, but there was a little issue with it: I had to re-login every single day. It was kind of annoying. I absolutely recommend this hotel for staying!
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4.7/536 Reviews
Good location, airport express or bus down, two minutes walk along a main road, signs are obvious, there are cinemas and casinos opposite, easy to find, later to the subway station and the old city are walking distance. The room was as expected and the breakfast was generous. The triple room has a large bed inside, plus a sofa bed in the living room outside. Maybe we arrived early and she asked us to check in, but the sofa bed wasn't ready yet, and a waiter was invited to shop in the evening. Cost-effective hotel.
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4.8/597 Reviews
got a bad start at the check in, first of all my room was full prepaid (€307 for 1 night) and they tried to have a credit card deposit for €300, then I I have clearly booked a Double bed and they gave me a twin room. I have to go down to ask to change my room as originally reserved. Then I have chosen this hotel, expecting to enjoy the location and the view but I couldn’t do it at all. Beside to have a room facing an office building, there is any common area including the restaurants where you can enjoy the waterfront view. The Gym is in the basement and it is very basic, again under a standard expectation. I’ll not come back to this hotel.
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3.7/511 Reviews
Our stay was a very good experience. Great transport link to the city centre. Nice and clean area which made the experience as comfortable as possible. Most importantly a quiet area. I'd definitely recommend staying at Good Morning Hotel. Thank you for all staff especially Sammy.
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4.7/522 Reviews
This was my second stay with At Six (my previous one was in March 2019). This time I booked via Amex to get the ‘Fine Hotels and Resorts’ benefits with the booking. Hotel ideally located, just off of Sergels Torg and with most of Central Stockholm’s sights and sounds within walking distance of the hotel I arrived just before the midday check-in perk via Amex, while they could check me in. The Junior Suite which I got upgraded to, was not ready which they apologised for. It was nice enough they had upgraded me to a suite in the first place. Diane, the person who checking me in super friendly and helpful, which made the slight inconvenience virtually non-existent. Once I finally had access, it was a beautiful (but dark) space (room 1002)—plenty of wardrobe space, which was entirely wasted for me who was only staying one night. The lounge chair was super comfy, the bed was absolute heaven and the shower was frankly ridiculous (in a good way) at how large it was. A good range of toiletries and items in the room. It is super handy to have a facial wash, a steamer, hair straighteners etc which so many hotels, even luxury ones do not offer. My own complaints with the room was firstly how dark it is, even with all the lights on. The second was a maintenance issue, where the door for the fridge had a massive scratch mark across it which really stuck out like a sore thumb in such a design conscience room and hotel. I was actually shocked they have kept that door with that damage. That aside the slept wonderfully, the cocktail bar drinks and food were fabulous. Breakfast in the morning was also very good. All in all, another very happy stay at ‘At Six’ and will be coming back again for my next trip to Stockholm in the not too distant future.
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