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Private Bed and Breakfast

In May 2004 I stayed 6 nights in a single room of a private Bed and Breakfast accommodation, which I had booked in advance through an internet agency. Communication with both the agency and the owner of the B&B was smooth.

My room was on the 8th floor of a residential high-rise building and included a single bed, a small desk and a TV set. I also had my own lavatory, wheras a shower and sauna were available on a different floor of the building.

The price was 300 SEK/night and a 20 % down payment had to be made to the agency. Breakfast cost an extra of 35 SEK.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking, Trains
  • Written June 18, 2004
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Silja Line: Sleep on the cruise ship to Helsinki!

One of the least expensive ways to sleep in Scandinavia is to take advantage of the overnight cruise from Stockholm to Helsinki. If you book a cabin below car deck, you can really save money and have a great cruise. The best deal is to book "roundtrip," in which you get the same cabin for 2 consecutive nights, plus you get to tour Helsinki for 8 hours before the ship sails again. For a cabin that sleeps up to 4, the cost can be as low as SEK 1800. That's TOTAL. For BOTH NIGHTS.

In addition, Eurail and Scanrail holders can get steep discounts. In fact, for 4 passholders staying in the same cabin, passage is free. Note: Eurail Flexipass holders need to use a flexi day to get the fare.

Another cruise line, Viking, offers nearly identical deals. The main differences are that Viking offers deck passage and does not offer discounts for railpass holders.

- Enjoy a wonderful cruise ship with all of the amenities for a very low price
- Magnificent buffet breakfasts and dinners (cost extra, highly recommended)
- Tremendous island views after 8PM enroute to Helsinki
- Countless bars, pubs, clubs, shops, and other distractions

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Cruise, Budget Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written March 5, 2006
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Omena (=Apple in finnish): Budget accommodation in the city center

This a very good and cheap accommodation near the central station. Omena is a finnish chain of net-hotels without staff. After booking you get the door code to enter the hotel and the room.
There are Omena hotels in Stockholm, Copenhagen and about 10 hotels in Finnland.
The rooms have beds for 4 guests. There are tea-pot, microwave oven, refrigerator and TV in the room. And Wi-Fi of course. Ensute bath.

The supermarket is in 10 minutes walk from the hotel at Dalagatan (street). Opposite the hotel is located the supermarket "7-eleven" but prices there are too high - may be till 50% more then at the supermarket at Dalagatan.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, School Holidays
  • Written January 9, 2013
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ApartDirect Sveavägen

In October 2013 I stayed with 3 friends of mine in an apartment of ApartDirect in the street Sveavägen. It is located on the 3rd floor of a large building facing the street.

We booked it through booking.com for a price of approximately 55 Euro per person per night. We got keycodes for both the entrance door as well as our apartment door, so that we never really met anybody in person.

Our spacious apartment was completely set up with IKEA furniture and accessoires from the table and the chairs to the spoons and the flowers. The layout consisted of a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom and a corridor.

Apart from a double bed in the bedroom, there were a fold out sofa and a fold out chair available, so that actually up to 5 people could sleep in the apartment. The large kitchen was fully equipped with even a dish washer. The fridge was big enough to accommodate the 48 cans of beer we brought from Germany.

Both the free WiFi and the cable TV worked perfectly. All in all we really enjoyed our time in the apartment. The only slight downside was the noise from the busy street. So if you are a light sleeper, it makes sense to bring earplugs.

At least one super market, a couple of bars and restaurants are located in the direct neighbourhood of the apartment.

*Photos courtesy of a friend of mine*

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking, Trains
  • Written December 12, 2013
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Långholmen hostel and hotel: Stay in a prison!

When my dad was little, he used to come here and tease the inmates with his friend whose father was a prison guard...These days it is closed (the last prisoner left 1975) and has been turned into a prison museum, hostel and hotel and although I have my family in Stockholm and have never stayed here, I have to recommend it as I have been for a meal in the prison excersise yards and a swim in the lake next to it :-). The location is a little bit off downtown as it is on a small, green island adjacent to the city island of Södermalm but it is still in the city centre and what you lose in transport (not much!!!) you gain in having cliffs and beaches next to the hotel. It is a 2-3 km walk to the city centre along the waterfront and then hills of Söder with a nice view. If you would rather go by bus, catch the one to Reimersholme from for instance Slussen or see the metro directions below.

The hostel offers 2-4 bed cells, washing facilities, cooked breakfast if booked, café (with boule playing) and kitchen. The hotel offers comfortable cells with shower, WC and TV. There is also a pub and inn on the island as well as a café in the former prisoners excercise yard (see picture under restaurants)! From SEK 230/night in the hostel and up to SEK 1500 for a double room in the hotel. The website below is for the hotel but the hostel is run by touring club STF and can be found in your hostel catalogue I'm sure.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Architecture, Budget Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written April 30, 2003
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List of Hostels

This is a list of the best hostels acording to several homepages: ( in alphabetical order)

af Chapman & Skeppsholmen
Flaggmansvägen 8, 111 49 Stockholm
bus: 65
tel: (08) 463 22 66
Backpackers Inn
Banérgatan 56, 102 72 Stockholm
tel: (08) 660 75 15

Bogesund-Vaxholm STF Vandrarhem
185 93 Vaxholm
tel: (08) 541 322 40

City Backpackers Hostel
Upplandsgatan 2A, 111 23 Stockholm
bus: 47, 53, 69
tel: (08) 20 69 20

Hågelby STF Vandrarhem
Hågelby gård, 147 43 Tumba
tel: (08) 530 620 20

Hökarängen STF Vandrarhem
Munstycksvägen 18, Hökarängen, 123 05 Farsta
tel: (08) 94 17 65

Horsfjärdens Country Home
Årsta Säteri, 136 91 Haninge
tel: (08) 500 344 30

Hostel Bed & Breakfast
Rehnsgatan 21, 113 57 Stockholm
t-bana: Radmansgatan
tel/fax: (08) 15 28 38

Hostel Mitt i City
Västmannagatan 13, 111 24 Stockholm
tel: (08) 21 76 30

Jakobsberg-Barkarby STF Vandrarhem
Kaptensvägen 7, 177 38 Järfälla
tel: (08) 445 72 70

Östra Reals Vandrarhem
Karlavägen 79, 100 55 Stockholm
tel/fax: (08) 664 11 14

Klubbensborg
129 39 Hägersten
tel: (08) 646 12 55

Långholmen STF Vandrarhem
Kronohäktet, 102 72 Stockholm
t-bana: Hornstull
tel: (08) 668 05 10

The Red Boat Mälaren
Den Röda Båten Mälaren
Södermälarstrand kajplats 6, 117 20 Stockholm
tel: (08) 644 43 85

Röskär kursgård
Röskär, 185 93 Vaxholm
tel: (08) 541 350 63

Rygerfjord Hotell o Vandrarhem
Södermälarstrand, Kajplats 14, 118 25 Stockholm
t-bana: Gamla Stan
tel: (08) 84 08 30

Solna Vandrarhem
Enköpingsvägen 16, 170 68 Solna
tel: (08) 514 815 50

Tyresö STF Vandrarhem
Lilla Tyresö, Kyrkvägen 3, 135 60 Tyresö
tel: (08) 770 03 04

Zinkensdamm STF Vandrarhem
Zinkens väg 20, 117 41 Stockholm
t-bana: Zindensdamm
tel: (08) 616 81 00

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  • Written March 11, 2003

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Two hostels

I have friends who stayed at the Af Chapman hostel lodges in a boat off Skeppsholmen island in cecntral Stockholm. They were pleased with the setting and the location, but the interiors were a bit worn. Apparently this well-known hostel will go through renovations starting fall of 2005 so perhaps it will get it's much wanted face-lift finally.

Citylodge is a hostel in the center of town with reasonably priced shared rooms.
Check out the links for both places.

Af Chapman hostel

Citylodge

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written September 27, 2003
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Lodge 32: Nice Hostel

Lodge 32 is a nice small hostel loacated in a quiet neighbourhood just a 10-minute walk from the Central Station.
Rooms are not too big and basic with comfy beds and individual lockers. You can bring your own sheets or rent them.
There are plenty of clean bathrooms and a small kitchen.
Reception staff is very friendly and helpful.
Certainly would stay here again.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written November 1, 2007
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The Red Boat: Sleeping on a boat

Good luck!
With 60 Euros /530 SEK you can have a single room without private bathroom.

That is a nice option:
http://www.theredboat.com/index.html

Sleeping on a boat

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written April 19, 2012
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Nicely balance: Best Western Karlaplan

Good location, with Karlaplan subway station 300 meters away from the hotel. In a very quiet residencial area. The room and bathroom were of good size, with a flat TV and a DVD player.

Free WiFi Internet in the bedrooms (just call reception for the password), and a desktop computer near the reception.

The coffee and juice machine used for breakfast is available all day for free, so that's also a plus. The breakfast has a good variety with hot and cold plates.

On the downside, I can mention the fact that there is no bar or lobby area. The ground floor has the reception and the breakfast area only.

And there was no air conditioned in the rooms, nor could we open the window more than a few cm. This made staying in the room during the day quite uncomfortable.

Since we went in the summer, the courtyard was a must for having breakfast outdoor, in a private environment.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 9, 2010
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Zinkensdam Hostel: Quality hostel in a park

We stayed with 4 people in one room. So we had the whole room for ourselves. It's not very large. For each bed there is a locker in the room with your own key. Toilets and showers are shared.
You can reach the location with the tube. ( 10 minutes from central station) The tube-station is Zinkensdamm.

+ beautiful spot in the park
+ not far from Gamla Stan
+ clean and rather new building
+ all night reception desk
+ friendly atmosphere and service

- shared toilets and showers
- breakfast not included. (available at extra price)

+/- simple but convenient bar / restaurant for a small dish.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Singles, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written August 5, 2009
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City hostel: Hostel, close to central station

We stayed in a 3-persons bedroom. Underground; so no windows to open and no daylight. Very noisy atmosphere, with parties in the rooms and (drunk) people in the hall all night.

+ in the city center, close to the station (8 minutes walk)
+ good showers

- very noisy
- no reception desk in the evening and night
- no windows in the rooms
- no breakfast (but supermarket next door)

+/- simple kitchen; 2 microwaves, no stove
+/- television room to meet people

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Backpacking
  • Written August 6, 2009

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Pick your own!: Private rentals

Sodermalm could be a convenient spot.

Check these URLs:
http://www.holiday-velvet.com/stockholm
http://www.cocoonstockholm.com/?gclid=CNCIiK2IgqECFcOX2AodGhoPnA
http://stockholm.craigslist.se/apa/

The city is beautiful. Definitely go up Kaknas tower, east of the city.

Good luck

Good value for a larger group of people staying for more than 2 days.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Castles and Palaces, Photography, Architecture
  • Written April 12, 2010

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Bed and Breakfast Agency Sweden: A roll of the dice?

We have been to Stockholm twice, and both times we rented a room with Bed and Breakfast Agency Sweden to save money.

The first time was wonderful: we ended up having a large bedroom and our own furnished living room with a couch and TV as well as shared access to the apartment owner's kitchen and appliances, including the fridge we could use to store food.

The experience was so good that we never thought twice about which service to use for our second trip to Stockholm. However, this time, we ended up getting a small bedroom. It was equipped with its own mini-fridge and microwave oven because we did not have access to the other rooms in the apartment, which made our quarters seem cramped.

Clearly, the bar had been set high the first time. I wouldn't recommend against booking a stay with Bed and Breakfast Agency Sweden, but I would shy away from rooms for which no pictures are available. Inquire about the house rules, who vary from one apartment to the next.

In both cases, the location was excellent, on the island of Södermalm, near a metro station (Mariatorget the first time, Medborgarplasten the second time) as well as many shops and restaurants.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written December 5, 2011
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Vandrarhem Zinkensdamm

Vandrarhem Zinkensdamm

The vandrarhem is one of the nicest hostels I ever been to. The backyard is really beautiful and a good meeting point...The rooms are clean and each person has a locker in the room. There also is a small cafe to have a snack or a cup of coffee. Hotel rooms are also available!

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Backpacking, Family Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written September 12, 2002

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