Excellent location near the central station. The room was spacious and very comfortable. See full review
Sep 7, 2014
very convenient, inexpensive, high quality
Very convenient hotel if you need to stay in Malmo for 1-2 days or simply overnight if you are in... See full review
Mar 31, 2014
In January 2011 the hotel added 180 rooms and is now Malmo's largest hotel. We are located 200 m from The City Tunnel and the Central Station, airport buses and train to Copenhagen. Rooms are tastefully decorated and equipped with LCD TV, telephone and free of charge wireless internet. We also offer our guests free of charge access to Malmo's coolest gym. Our largest conference room holds up to 80 people theater style. All rooms are equipped with the latest technology. In order to give our guests a great start in the morning, we serve a breakfast with several organic options.
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Very convenient hotel if you need to stay in Malmo for 1-2 days or simply overnight if you are in transit via Kastrup (Copehnagen airport). The hotel does not have amenities like a 5-start Four Seasons, but it is perfectly clean, functional,
conveniently positioned and overall very pleasant. Great breakfast too!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
The area around the hotel and the train station, which is right nearby, may look deserted at night (although perfectly safe and clean), even on Friday and Saturday. But a short walk into town center (on the other side of train station) will put you practically in the middle of a 'party'.