I am not sure where to start, really. Let me go with how I encountered things:
- It's one of those hotels where air-conditioning is controlled from a central location, you can't turn it off in the room so you are disturbed by the fans all day and all night.
- My room was very close to the bar, which was full until late in the nights, and I could hear the voices from the people at the bar.
- Curtains are light beige, meaning the morning sun wakes you pretty early (most hotels in Scandinavia have heavy curtains, and there is a good reason for that).
- Even if the sun doesn't wake you up, a local fair will.Hotel is located close to a big square where a new fair is being built every morning. And the guys building the stands hardly care for silence.
- Minibar offers only water - which is the last thing you want in Stockholm, because the tap water in Stockholm is really excellent.
- The drain pipe in the toilet has two inches in diameter, meaning the toilet is prone to get blocked.
- Due to the small diameter of the toilet drain pipe, the flushing water velocities are pretty high, making large noise. Imagine a toilet in an airplane - that's how toilets are in this hotel.
- Towels hang inside the shower box, meaning they have a high chance to get wet while you are taking a shower.
- Breakfast was way below a standard in Sweden. No fish, hardly any typical food.
- Breakfast room was freezing cold. I asked the staff to turn the air-conditioning down, they refused.
Bed was comfortable