Radisson Blu SkyCity Hotel, Arlanda Airport
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu SkyCity Hotel, Arlanda Airport Arlandastad
After 30 hours of traveling, it was perfect to stay right at the airport. The room was exceptionally clean, comfortable and quiet. I had to be in Stockholm early and it was just 20 minutes to Stockholm city by train. The staff were all very friendly and helpful and spoke English well.
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We are still getting over our jet lag, and aren't too eager to wake up at the crack of dawn, ready to go exploring.
That’s why we made sure to let the hotel staff know that we weren’t ready for housekeeping to begin tidying up too early.
Generally, we just hang a "Do Not Disturb" placard on the door.
But this hotel has a different signaling procedure. They provide a gold tassel to hang from the door knob. Very ...
... and as it was busy at end of term, we found our way there after a few wrong turns. Just as we arrived Ian was about to go into a meeting so after a quick hug and catching up on news we dropped our luggage at the office and decided to have a look around the city and return later in the evening to see Ian at work, conducting a choir during one of their last rehearsals before they go on tour to southern Sweden in August. It didn't take long to walk down ...
Arrived late in the evening at around 22.00 in Stockholm. This is the largest city we've been in by far. Navigating our way to the hostel was a bit tricky without GPS (Norway data doesn't work in Sweden). After leaving the train station we walked about 2km through the old town (Gamla Stan) and across the bridge to Södermalm, the island south of the old town and city center. The walk was beautiful and moonlit. Arrived to the hostel around ...
... I was younger. I drove past our old house, remembered which streets my friends used to live on, drove past my old school and the train station. The memories! In the evening, my grandmother and I went to my granddad for coffee and a chat with him and my cousin Beatrice. On Monday, I continued my roadtrip towards Stockholm. For the first time ever, I didn't stop at my relatives in Södertälje, which is where we usually go. Instead I ...
... Since we were ready for a break from all of the walking and standing around, we chose a much more relaxing cruise around the harbor with an audio guide to point out the historic highlights. In fact, it was relaxing enough to offer both Randy and me a chance for a little shuteye! Afterward we went back to our hostel-on-a-ship and had a proper rest. I was very happy to have a chance to FaceTime with Phoebe and see my dear girl's face and catch up a ...