Freys Hotel Lilla Radmannen
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFreys Hotel Lilla Radmannen Stockholm
We initially booked at the Bakficken next door, but found the room a little too "hostel" for our needs. Elinore at the desk had two rooms at the Lilla Radmannen (shared reception/lobby, etc.) for us to look at and for a minor up-charge we found Room 308 suited our needs nicely. Rooms are small, but well enough equipped for a short stay. Staff is very friendly and helpful and the breakfast buffet more than adequate with the typical northern European meats, cheeses, boiled eggs, yogurts, etc.
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... time there and we left for a "family" dinner at an Italian restaurant to end our long cold day in Stockholm.
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... islands, which are all connected by many bridges.
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