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All reviewsprison cellconverted prisonbunk bedsprison themeguest kitchenwasher and dryergreen islandcentral hallwayminute walk from the nearest metrotop bunkprivate bathrooma great place to staystaff at receptionstayed for one nightspent nightsexpensive cityrooms are small
Our room (cell) was on the first floor and was everything I expected. Outside the room it was a typical cell block and inside it was a cell! But it did have a small ensuite room with shower, toilet and wash basin. The cell was...More
This former prison has been tastefully and cleverly turned into a basic hotel/hostel. We stayed in the twin room with a bunk bed and a small en-suite bathroom. The room/bathroom are both very small (it is a former prison cell after all), but has everything...More
Response from Langholmen H, Public Relations Manager at Langholmen HostelResponded 17 October 2017
Thank you for your positive comments! I am so glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay at our prison. Welcome back!
This is a great hostel on the island of langholmen. Its not too difficult to get to (boat is not needed!)
The rooms are very small (as they once were cells) which means when there is two of you in the room there is very...More
Very nice hostel with an intriguing theme, in a prison cell! Although the cells are extremely small, everything you need is in there. It also provides a good base to explore Stockholm whilst staying in the middle of nature. The museum of the prison itself...More
If you love having a drink by the sea right on the beach (and who doesn’t?) Hornstull & Långholmen should be on top of your list. The area was recently redeveloped and now not only offers artsy bars and edgy restaurants but also a post-modern shopping mall complex for urban retail therapy. Hornstull belongs to the more established and sophisticated neighborhoods in Stockholm and is the typical place where you’ll
find Swedish dads meeting for a latte during their paternal leave, or where local office workers meet up at the art cinema for a drink or a movie after work. The beaches in Hornstull and Långholmen are popular destinations for barbeques and sunbathing during the summer. Bring sunscreen.