Wasa Park Hotel
Sankt Eriksplan 1, Stockholm, Sweden
Doubles from: $94 to $115
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The Wasa Park Hotel, located in a quiet area of central Stockholm, stares out over St. Eriksplan and offers 16 budget-minded rooms in an antique, elegant setting.
The hotel is housed in a building that was constructed in the 1920's. Walking through the hotel, we saw plenty of old-fashioned charm in the hallways and breakfast area, including Persian rugs, scenes of Stockholm on the walls, and a beautiful old fireplace.
Rooms are small but attractive, with light blue-and-white floral wallpaper and large windows brightening things up. Rooms are simply furnished with a TV, stand-alone closet, and a chair. The effect is "grand apartment turned guesthouse."
Wasa Park has a mixture of shared showers, toilets, and en suite facilities, all of which are very clean. We never realized that bathrooms were something to get excited about, but Bengt, who showed us around, couldn’t help but brag about a particularly deluxe bath. And with good reason: it boasts spotless white tiles lining the walls, a golden oval framed mirror, and a floor lined with heated, gray stone tiles.
The Wasa Park is about a 15-minute walk from Central Station and the middle of town. There's also a subway station about two minutes away which will get you into town in no time and the shuttle to the airport stops right outside the hotel.
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
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
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About the Wasa Park Hotel neighborhood
Busy and hectic, Norrmalm is the beating heart of today's Stockholm. Characterized by Stockholm's lively Central Station and a slew of tourist draws, the 'hood also has retail shops, department stores, city parks and—to the south on an island—the Parliament. The majority of the crowds here are residents.