Hotel Hansson Stockholm

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Surbrunnsgatan 38, (Formerly Hotel Brunnen), Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 48, Sweden

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Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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    Nice hotel in Vasastan.


    This is not avery big hotel and it has a very nice charming athmosphere for the guests. Total there are 41 rooms and two suits. The stuff here is very pleasant and helpful, and the hotel is located in Vasastan, not far away from Hard Rock Café, which is a place where you can go and have a drink if you stay at this hotel. The breakfast here is very good and you pick from the buffé in a special room and then you go out to the dinner room where you eat. When I was here 2011 they were renovating the hotel and they had many cheaper rooms. I booked one of them of course, usually I prefer backpacking but in this case I thoght this hotel was super.

    Unique Quality: Charming smaller hotel.

    Directions: Not far away from Hard Rock Café.

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taxi from airport or central station costs

by zpoppy

we will be arriving very late at Skavsta airport and want to the Grand Hotel I understand there is a bus bus this only goes to central station. We will have heavy cases and do not know the way to walk anyway. So are wondering how much it would cost to go from the airport by taxi direct to hotel or from taxi from central station to the hotel?

Re: taxi from airport or central station costs

by HansDK

Do you know that Skavsta Airport is more than 100 km from Stockholm?

A taxi from the airport direct to hotel will cost around SEK 1,300.

A taxi from central station to the hotel will cost around SEK 70-80.

Re: taxi from airport or central station costs

by zpoppy

thank you, we did realise that it was that far away but as we are arriving so late we thought it might be worth the expensive however from your reply taxis must be quite expensive in Sweden so we will take the bus and then get a taxi from the station. Are there particular taxi types to go for?

Re: taxi from airport or central station costs

by Cogee

When taking a taxi I always stick to the 2 large ones: Taxi Stockholm ( and Taxi Kurir ( They are usually outside the station. But I guess you can order one in advance as well.
There are hundreds of companies and although they are legal my experience is that they sometimes see their chance to make a few more extra krones on tourists.

Enjoy Stockholm!

Re: taxi from airport or central station costs

by Sjalen

Yes taxis are expensive in Sweden but there are exceptions. Taxis in major cities is a jungle so use the ones suggested by Cogee already or possibly the yellow 020 ones.

When you catch a bus from Skavsta, you end up at the City Terminal which is next to the Central station so it has its own taxi rank. Otherwise I would have recommended that you get out through the main exit at the Central station since the taxi rank there ONLY has the reputable companies which can charge an extra 16 crown fee for the fare simply because they are reputable (an agreement with the station property company in major cities). At the City Terminal itself there are loads of companies so use the three we've mentioned. Especially the first two are better at finding directions, but in your case that should not be a problem since Grand is well-known.

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Public Toilets

by fsol

There aren't many accessible public toilets in the city/tourist areas. And none of them are free! Most come with a charge of 5-10 KR which in my opinion is daylight robbery. If you have a small bladder, one way to get around this problem is to buy the Stockholm card. It allows free admission to museums and of course, the free toilets within the museums. Altenatively, you could just limit yourself to drinking just one glass of water a day (definitely no tea, coffee or alcohol).

come here in the summer....

by bajen

come here in the summer. Stockholm is really lovely in the summertime. Infosite in English. Every thing. The nightlife (a small city but good nigthlife). The big range of restaurants. And the people.

Christmas market at Skansen.

by Dizzyhead

Every year you can visit Skansen and it´s Christmas market. It is a popular tradition and I have been here one year and I would like to come back at another opportunity. It was very interesting and exciting thing. They sold home made things every where and many different kind of handycraft shops, and also it was to go back in the history. It was like amovie to be there, because the people who worked there was dressed up in old clothes and behaved like that. Very good for families and couples. When I attended this Christmas market I was really satisfied with their events and engangemang. It was very good, and many good things were sold, of the best quality.

INTERNET CAFES: At the library...

by Fiffi

INTERNET CAFES: At the library called STADSBIBLIOTEKET, on Sveavägen, I think you might be able to surf for free. Same thing at café ZENIT on Sveavägen 20 (near Hötorget). That's a pretty nice café by the way. Surf away!

They're not swearing at you!

by Marpessa

When walking through Stockholm and past the many shops I saw a word written across the windows in big letters and got a bit of shock, because in english this is not a complimentary word at all. It would only be when I got to Goteborg that I would find out the meaning of it (although I had guessed).

And the word is 'sl*t' (insert a vowel where the star is - I didn't think I should actually write it). The signs would say 'Sl*t Rea' which means, basically 'end of sale'.

So english speakers, don't take offence, as it is not slander in swedish! :)


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 Hotel Hansson Stockholm

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Hansson Hotel Stockholm

Address: Surbrunnsgatan 38, (Formerly Hotel Brunnen), Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 48, Sweden