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Hellsten is a converted 1898-vintage townhouse, centrally located, not far from the old town. It’s a vibrant location, but once you’re inside, the activity on the streets is quickly left behind. The bar’s rich wood and brick backdrop is livened by artifacts collected by the owner, an anthropologist, on travels throughout Asia and Africa, and the prevailing atmosphere at the Hellsten is one of genteel calm, rather than the nightclub ambience sought by so many design hotels.
Once upstairs you’ll feel comfortably sequestered from city life, in rooms that mix bold colors with heavy antique woodwork and an assortment of interesting objects. It’s the sort of place that feels curated, rather than designed, which allows the hotel’s personality (or perhaps that of the owner) to shine through, rather than simply serving to build some designer’s portfolio. In the end it feels like a hotel, not a furniture catalog, which is rather as it should be.
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- Doctor on call
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- When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
- WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
- Private parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is needed) and costs SEK 275 per day.
- Pets are not allowed.
- Children of any age are allowed.
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