Lilla Raadmannen Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Raadmansgatan 67, Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 60, Sweden
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Similarly priced and rated as other 3 star hotels

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Hostel in Stockholm

by sunshineonjesse

Can you recommend good hostel in Stockholm with shared shower but with privacy ?

Re: Hostel in Stockholm

by marielexoteria

- Af Chapman
- STF Fridhemsplan
- Connect Hotel Älvsjö (if you book their Quick sleep rooms).

Re: Hostel in Stockholm

by Sjalen

Yup :)

Or why not STF Långholmen or STF Zinkensdamm:

http://www.langholmen.com/

http://www.zinkensdamm.com/

Re: Hostel in Stockholm

by marielexoteria

Sorry to hijack this thread, but Sjalen: do you know of any Swedish husmanskost restaurants in STHLM that are good AND affordable for dinner? We don't go out to eat Swedish food and nobody that I've asked can recommend one (Gondolen, etc. are too expensive for the people who want to eat Swedish food).

Re: Hostel in Stockholm

by Sjalen

You could try Pelikan in Blekingegatan:

http://www.pelikan.se/

Or Kvarnen even closer to Medborgarplatsen:

http://www.kvarnen.com

- just make sure Hammarby doesn't play that day if you pick Kvarnen as then you cannot small talk :)))

Re: Hostel in Stockholm

by RosGooding

If you're looking for something a bit different the AF Chapman & Skeppsholmen hostel and Långholmen hostel are definitely worth a look. Af Chapman & Skeppsholmen has rooms on an old sailing ship (it's a split location with rooms on the ship and also in the hostel building).

Långholmen is a renovated luxury hostel in an old prison - the island Långholmen is a maze of paths that are great for walking and jogging and the place is rich in history too.

The large and modern hostel Fridhemsplan which is close to the city centre also has great ratings on the HI website.

If you're a culture fan - the Zinkensdamm hostel is located in one of the most popular and trendiest parts of the city centre called Södermalm - it's surrounded by little shops, restaurants, galleries and theatres.

There's a list of HI hostels in Stockholm here: http://www.hihostels.com/dba/Hostels-Stockholm-list.php?lang=E&city=SE%7C0065

I'm not sure about the bathroom situation, but I do know the Backpackers' Inn hostel in Banérgatan has locker-room style showers.

Hope this helps!

Ros
Hostelling International

Re: Hostel in Stockholm

by marielexoteria

Tack Sjalen, I hope we don't have any football nights when my guests arrive :))

Re: Hostel in Stockholm

by Sjalen

Hm, yes Zinkensdamm is indeed on Söder with its restaurants etc. but Zinkensdamm itself is a relatively quiet part of it, near a sports field.

Långholmen is very green and has swimming possibilities in Lake Mälaren just outside the hostel, weather permitting. It is perhaps a bit more awkward to get to than the others but not inconvenient and certainly not considering its lovely and lush location.

Skeppsholmen/Af Chapman is a great ship with fabulous Stockholm views, and if you find conditions cramped on board, there is always their building on land indeed. Not sure about the bath rooms...

Fridhemsplan is the most modern and has "hotel style" rooms as well but they are more pricey and compare to budget hotels which then would include breakfast too which of course the hostel doesn't. You are close to the underground here.

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Cheap eats

by Weener

Ok, lets face it, Stockholm is expensive. So, to eat out, can be pricey.

My advice, would be to eat at the Kungshallen, which is a food cour, with all different varieties (from Greek, Indian, Mexican, Sushi, Italian.. list goes on)

Two of you can eat here for under ý10, and watch out for special lunch deals, although it can be busy in the week with workers lunching here.

Then you can save your money for shopping or other sightseeing trips! I'll get a picture on here once film is developed

Before I start to describe...

by mulivieri

Before I start to describe what you can see in this town I'd like to show you two weather tables, so you can chose when is best to stay here. I were in Stockholm in September (the first week) and I've no cold, but there was a boring cold wind.



Temperature in Stockolm



Annual Avarage Temperature


7.0 °C




Maximum High (2000)


27.3 °C




Maximum Low (2000)


-13.0 °C












JAN


FEB


MAR


APR


MAY


JUN


JUL


AUG


SEP


OCT


NOV


DEC




-2.1 °C


-2.2 °C


0.2 °C


4.3 °C


10.3 °C


14.3 °C


16.9 °C


15.0 °C


11.2 °C


6.4 °C


1.8 °C


-1.0 °C


The Nobel Prize

by Arial_27

As most of you probably know, Sweden is home to one of the world's most revered awards, the Nobel Prize. It was established by Alfred Nobel in the 1800s (he invtented dynamites.) The prize ceremony is held in Stockholm each year in five different categories: Chemistry, Physics, Medicine or Physiology, Literature, and Peace.

Free daily newspapers

by vec

In Stockholm you will find two free daily newspapers, delivered on the streets and free to pick up from the news stands. Even though they are in Swedish, you as a tourist will get some good information about what's happening in Stockholm by reading it. Or why not practise on your Swedish skills?

The papers are called Metro and Stockholm City.

Stureplan

by redhotwax

Well, being 21 I thought I would be able to get in anywhere as long as I'm properly dressed. In Stockholm, quite a different story! Age limits at nightclubs are pretty high, usually around 23 for guys, sometimes even 25 unless you know the doorman. As a tourist, you better make sure you're dressed really well and have an ID on you which says you're at least 23, otherwise, I would suggest staying near the pubs at Slussen!

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 Lilla Raadmannen Hotel

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Hotel Lilla Radmannen
Lilla Radmannen Stockholm

Address: Raadmansgatan 67, Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 60, Sweden