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I stayed here two nights in late July of 2017. I picked it because it was cheap and centraly located in Kiruna.
The hostel is a house owned by an elderly lady. She will greet you when you arrive and tell you the layout of...More
The hostel is well-located between the train station and the city centre, so it's convenient to go both sides on foot. I have no problem with walking to the hostel with my big backpack from the train station. Nearby there's a grocery store which can...More
A friend and I stayed here for two nights. Kerstin, the owner of the house the hostel is in, is friendly and recommends a couple restaurants/grocery stores in the area. We stayed in the room with two bunk-beds and had no issues with that arrangement...More
I stayed here for one night while passing through Kiruna on my own. Kerstin was so welcoming and a great host. The place itself is clean, beds are comfy, there is a good kitchen, large communal space, good WiFi and a nice shower. The house...More
We hiked the trail from Abisko to Nikkaluokta with a tent, but ended up finishing two days earlier. We gave Kerstin a call and she told us there was plenty of place left. We ended up being the only guests at this time.
Hey, are you arriving by plane? If so, there is a bus from the airport which takes you to the town centre. It is only a small place, next to the visitors centre, but the driver will let you know. It costs 100 SEK. When you... More
Hey, are you arriving by plane? If so, there is a bus from the airport which takes you to the town centre. It is only a small place, next to the visitors centre, but the driver will let you know. It costs 100 SEK. When you arrive, it is a 10 minute walk to the hostel - google the directions but it's very easy, I managed it and I'm crap at navigating :)