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... has spent centuries fighting over possession of land in both Norway and Finland. Stockholm has been the sight of dedicated witch hunting and the assassination on their monarchs.
My tour took me around Gamla Stan and through some of the other major islands where I saw Alfred Nobel's house, the Museum of Nordic History, and the Vasa museum. The Vasa Museum is the one thing I wish I had had the time to visit in depth.The Vasa is a Swedish warship built in ...
... the 10km but it was obvious she was not running well. In the Hagley Park 5km series she runs around 17:30 yet we are lead to believe she can keep up the same rate for another 5km after a swim & a bike ride. Physiologists must be amazed. It also means the winner ran 32:20 which I’m sorry is pure fantasy talk to talk triathlons up. The person I can’t fathom id Kate McIlroy who on past performances must ...
... me of Chi man :) It was such a large place that it took all day to explore, We definitely recommend it! After we left there we were getting hungry so we headed towards a mostly vegan restaurant near old Stockholm called Herman's. We were recommended to eat here by Karin who we hung out with yesterday, and we weren't disappointed. It was pricey but delicious and all you can eat! We sat by the water overlooking Stockholm and enjoyed ...
... late afternoon. Still battling sickness we spent much of the next few hours in the room, packing our bags. The last dinner on the boat was the best of all we had enjoyed on board. We even opted to purchase a nice photo of us taken the previous night at our formal dinner.
With that, our second cruise came to a close. Overall, we agreed cruising is a very cheap way to travel. For less than 100$ per person per night, you get comfy ...
... Nobel and the prizes named for him. We ended up having dinner at a place called Stortorgskälleren, one of the restaurants around the plaza, enjoying a terrific meal of Swedish meatballs and fish stew, which consisted of salmon, mussels, shrimp and potatoes with a creamy lobster sauce. This place has been a restaurant for over 400 years, with its basement or "käller" ("keller" ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Central Hotel Stockholm
I stayed at the Central Hotel three weekend nights in August, availing of a very good 3 nights for the price of 2 offer. In the end it cost me effectively USD100 per night, which is a very good price for the centre of Stockholm.
Rundherum fantastisch - Central Hotel. Stockholm
Ein toller Fund. Zentral gelegen, die Zimmer sind makellos sauber und bequem, mal ganz zu schweigen von dem tollen Preis/Leistungsverhältnis. Das Personal war freundlich, das Frühstück war ausgezeichnet. Ich werde hier auf jeden Fall wieder unterkommen, wenn ich das nächste Mal in Stockholm bin. Vielen Dank!
Für einen Kurzbesuch ist es perfekt
In zentraler Lage, nur wenige Gehminuten vom Hauptbahnhof und dem Busbahnhof entfernt. Das Personal war freundlich, einladend und sehr hilfsbereit. Die Zimmer waren makellos und sehr gut ausgestattet (obwohl sie recht kompakt waren), das Dekor war ansprechend und modern. Das Central Hotel bietet ein ausgezeichnetes Preis/Leistungsverhältnis, ich kann es nur von ganzem Herzen empfehlen.
Very comfortable and quiet. Pleasant relaxed helpful staff, and good breakfasts from the buffet. Free coffee in the lobby after midday - Baggage room so that you can make the most of that last day. Very convenient for sightseeing and the shops.
Visitng Stockholm for a second time we decided to book in at one of the best ranked hotels on Tripadvisor. We read the reviews carefully and noticed that the Central is near to the Arlanda Express.
We have just returned from a 4 day break at this hotel and I really cant recommend it enough. For a start the location is excellent, particularly if you are flying into Arlanda as the Arlanda express train literally takes 20 mins from the airport and the station is no more than 200 yards from the front door of this hotel. It is handy for the metro and the buses (which also stop right outside) and is on a main strip of restaurants and bars - the ice bar is literally across the road too and is well worth a visit!
Perfect for a short break
In a central location, a short walk from Central Station and coach terminal.
The staff were friendly, welcoming and very helpful. Rooms were spotless and, although compact (fine for a short break), well equipped with attractive modern decor.
The Central Hotel proved to be terrific value for money. I'd thoroughly recommended it.
Fantastic all round - Central Hotel. Stockholm
A great find. Centrally located, the rooms are spotlessly clean and comfortable not to mention great value for money. The staff were friendly, breakfast was excellent. I'll definitely be using them the next time I visit Stockholm. Thanks!
I booked this hotel for a last minute 2-day trip to Stockholm from Helsinki. I paid about $90 US and it was a great value. My single room was small, but I didn't feel crowded. It was very clean, as was the rest of the hotel. It's also very secure because guests must use their key card to enter the hallway from the elevator. Most of the rooms look onto an inner courtyard. Therefore, even though the hotel is in a busy part of town, it was very quiet in my room. The included breakfast buffet was also a nice perk.
I booked two nights at the Central Hotel on a last minute basis for during the Easter weekend 2005. I have to say that over all I was very pleased with the hotel, the location and the price. Whilst not the most visually-appealing hotel from the outside, inside it's very pleasant, light, modern and airy. Catering to a mainly business clientel during the week, the majority of the rooms are singles, but I understand that they do have a number of doubles and a couple of suites.