Location is very central, practically on trendy Stureplan, which is perfect if Stockholm nightlife interests you. Otherwise, make sure to ask for a quiet room, especially on weekends.
The room (standard) was very small, and the queen bed rather narrow for two. OK for spending one night, but not more. Not much place either to put your clothes after unpacking. Again, OK for a very short stay, but not for a longer one. Consider a superior room for longer stays. A feature I really liked was the empty minibar. Instead of filling it with overpriced stuff they leave it empty and let you buy whatever you may want in their reception store. You may of course buy your drinks or snacks in any supermarket and bring them to your room… Quite the opposite of those dreadful “autodebit” minibars that charge you as soon as you remove a water bottle to free some place for the children’s yogurt!
The breakfast was an excellent buffet. I particularly enjoyed the juice presser, allowing the guests to quickly and simply make their own orange juice. You cannot get fresher juice, and it is a very good compromise between offering as much as possible without having to charge for an extra service.
On the whole, this was a very good option for a short stay in central Stockholm, and I would certainly stay again.More