x The average starting price for a place to stay in Stockholm is £97 per night.
Sam I Am I stayed here before they renovated the place, back when it was called Abbes hostel. I was only in Stockholm for one night and just looking for a cheap, convenient place to sleep and this ticked all the boxes. My only gripe was that I arrived after their main desk was closed, so it became a bit of a hassle actually getting in. I was sleeping downstairs and found the bed comfy, although the ceiling was low and I don't remember any rooms so some might find it a little claustrophobic. All in all though, it's central and cheap, so would recommend it to travellers looking to experience Stockholm on a budget!
Langholmsmuren 20 Box 9116Awesome 88%
v.klobasa I have been in Langholmen Hostel for 3 nights. I had cell with shower/WC, there has been no problem. Room was clean and practically equipped, we had everything we needed. Also the check-in and check-out was without problems, there was very good communication with staff. We did not have any meal or breakfast, so I cannot compare the quality. It is not so far from the city centre, as some people complain. I would recommend it to everyone who is going to visit Stockholm, it is fun to stay in the hotel/hostel which is really different from usual buldings!
marie_d A nice hostel in a great location. Rooms are comfortable and clean. The walls are quite thin though, especially between rooms, and on the 3rd floor there was a problem with the doors slamming shut. The staff were really helpful though and did their best when I asked to move to a different room, including putting me in an en-suite room for one night without charging me extra. Comfy kitchen areas with views over the water and it was great to have free internet and wifi.
dreamrocker69 We are family 5 of us and took this availability instead of expensive hotel, well we satisfied and decision is to be back in spring/summer again. that´s it !
danikovo This hostel is situated very close to the city terminal for the airport couches. Staff are nice and helpful. There are cosy rooms with comfortable bunkbeds, each has its own lamp. The only problem there was quite cold water in a shower and no mirrors anywhere (at least I didn't find them). And I also recommend to try your door code before you go out, because it's difficult to get in when you come after 9pm and find out that the one you were given doesn't work. But it was a nice stay, anyway.
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