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All reviewsno elevatorgreat locationliving abroadcurved staircasefirst floorold townlovely old hotelart nouveauoverlooking the courtyardroad noisesmall hotelhot dishesclose to public transportwithin walking distancesitting roomcentral locationshort walk
for $213.00 per night had to carry luggage upstairs due to there is no one to do it for you.
asked for a shower cap and a hair condition- staff had no clue what i was talking about
Breakfast and location - great
The picture showing the front of hotel is some what misleading as we expected a more elegant presentation on the inside. Lugging up a big suitcase on a spiral staircase was a workout-no elevator no bellman.The location is the trump card for this hotel which...More
Lovely, charming, great locale without being too fussy. Very comfortable. Highly recommend. "Inn like" overlooking water an by tram. Better for not little children.
What I've written says it all even though I have not reached 200 characters.
We spent 4 days in this hotel. The location is ideal, right on Strandvagen, a lovely area full of bars and restaurants and with lovely views to the water. Close to public transport. The hotel is quirky but we liked it. It has lovely public...More
The hotel is situated at the old building and does not have a lift but it is only 2 floors. The pluses are central location, very helpful and friendly staff, decent breakfast, clean rooms and the hotel itself, comfortable beds(I stayed in 4 different rooms...More
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