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It is true the rooms are tiny, but price was a significant factor for us, so we chose this - the hotel part. We had an outside cabin, with a private bathroom/ shower facility ( shower head to hold). All functional. Good breakfast, very friendly...More
We stayed in a downtown hotel for a few days, but had a transfer day that required a stay-over. We decided to try Rygerfjord just for fun. This is mostly a hostel. The traditional 'hotel' rooms seemed brand new. Everything was clean and neat. The...More
Me and my boyfriend went on a short trip over the weekend and he wanted to sleep on a boat-hotel. We wanted to order the hotel-pack and thought we did so but then we arrived and we had to share a bathroom with the whole...More
- well located
- good breakfast
- clean and quiet
- the confort double cabin (n°36) is just 6m2 (no place for luggage and no table or chair)
- do not take a cabin under the roof, very warm, and no...More
We stayed on the main boat, in a double with ensuite. The bed was very comfortable and took nearly all the space. when the bags were inside there was only space for one person to stand up. But who needs to walk around their room?...More
This rather quiet neighborhood revolves around a postcard-like park with a dramatic fountain in its center and is definitely one of Stockholm’s showcase neighborhoods. Mariatorget, a central residential area, is the best Stockholm has to offer when it comes to juxtaposing architectural masterpieces with sophisticated art galleries, coffee shops and bars. Stockholmers love to spend their weekends in the park
or one of the nearby coffee shops, so come to Mariatorget to meet the locals. The northern part of Mariatorget boasts historic buildings, beautiful cobblestone streets, and one of Stockholm’s best observation decks, Monteliusvägen, from where you can see an amazing view of the city hall and Stockholm’s old town.
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I don't think you will be seasick. You hardly feel that you are on a boat. Only when another ship passes, you feel the ship move a little. It really is a nice place to be and close to the old Town. I get seasick easily... More
I don't think you will be seasick. You hardly feel that you are on a boat. Only when another ship passes, you feel the ship move a little. It really is a nice place to be and close to the old Town. I get seasick easily myself, but really enjoyed it!
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"Only half of the rooms on Boat One enjoy city views. All other rooms have, at best, a diagonal view."