Hostel Bed & Breakfast
Rehnsgatan 21,, Stockholm, Sweden
Doubles from: $114
Note: This hotel does not offer online booking through our reservation partners. To see all available hotels in Stockholm, please search below.
Check Rates for Stockholm Hotels
Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
With just 10 rooms and 39 beds, the Hostel Bed & Breakfast is one of the smallest hostels in Stockholm. And with a location near the Stadtsbiblioteket, it's also one of the most convenient for exploring the city.
The hostel's small size creates a cozy atmosphere that is evident from the moment you enter. No shoes are allowed inside (wear your good socks!), and families, school groups, and backpackers dominate the clientele.
The 10 rooms offer a variety of sleeping options, including a female-only six-bed dorm. All rooms are clean and some have bunk beds. The bathrooms are shared, but also very clean. The girls' shower is brand new.
Cheapos will appreciate the free internet station and free Wi-Fi. The hostel has a welcoming common room with a TV and plenty of board games. The friendly staff is more than willing to direct you to the nearby subway station, Rådmansgatan, and offer advice on what to do in town.
Note: Although the Hostel Bed & Breakfast was at one time a nightclub and pub, today no alcohol is allowed. Also, bring your own sheets or rent them at the front desk.
Reviewed by: Marcus Cederstrom, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Breakfast Included
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
Vasastaden, Stockholm, Sweden
About the Hostel Bed & Breakfast neighborhood
North of Norrmalm and the Central Station lies Vasastaden, an alternately sleepy and upscale hood. Featuring Vasaparken, Observatorielunden, Vanadislunden, and the cute Tegnerlunden park square, Vasastaden does not hurt for greenery. Cafés along Odengatan are polished. Sveavägen is a bit hipper, in part due to the media-rich area just to the east.