Following a general theme of the last few hotel reviews, our selection was based on price more than anything. Scandinavia is expensive, particularly when traveling on the American dollar, so a budget stay of ~$40 per person (including linens and breakfast) is a good bargain.
The only negative thing I could say about the hotel that its location is a bit far and some people have had problems finding it. However if you read the directions on the website, it is quite easy even if you are on public transportation. Since the hotel is removed from the city and residential areas, the only options for food are those in the nearby shopping malls.
The hotel staff was very helpful and polite. The rooms were clean and beds were comfortable. The building appears to be a retrofit construction of converted box containers, but the stay was pleasant. Breakfasts was a self service cold buffet, but its quality was quite good.
Unique Quality: The hotel offers free WiFi and to those who have a car, free parking.
Bed linens and towels are included, as well as breakfast.
Since there are only a couple restaurants in the nearby shopping malls, you can buy some supplies in the grocery store in the bottom floor of Huron City.
Directions: Kungengs Kurva is the district where Ikea and Huron City shopping mall are. Closest metro is Skarholmen T-bana. From there, either ~20 minute walk, or take bus 173/710/737. Directions are found on the hotel web page.
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Address: Dialoggatan 1, Kungens Kurva, Stockholm, 14175, Sweden