The inn is exceptionally well sited within the Old Town but off the most visitor course so it is decent and calm. We got a car from the air terminal but we've been to the city some time recently and utilized taxis and the Arlanda Express prepare as well. All fine and do not expect the prepare will be cheaper than a taxi, it isn't. The inn is in a exquisite ancient building and has lots of great, ancient furniture and collectibles within the primary regions and rooms. It isn't at all a commonplace 'moderate' lodging, more like a UK Nation House inn in fashion. The room had two rooms also washroom. The relax zone was well prepared and exceptionally comfortable, the room was huge, exceptionally unwinding and the washroom was fine. I can see what a few individuals say around 'requiring an upgrade' but as it were with regard to the washroom which isn't maybe blast up to date but was fine for us. The staff at the lodging were wonderful. They couldn't have been more supportive with transport, eateries and managing with demands. We both thought they were an awfully solid point of the inn. We'd been to Stockholm before so knew our way around a bit but if you haven't been before such supportive staff would be a plus. Breakfast was included. This was served downstairs in an atmospheric room and was superb. There were numerous hot and cold choices to make from an extensive, high quality, buffet plus a limited (but again excellent) a la carte section. Couldn't recommend it higher. We didn't eat in either restaurant associated with the hotel. The hotel and room was spotless and overall we thought this was an excellent choice. We walked to all the main sights and despite (or perhaps because of) the cold and snow enjoyed that. We walked over to the Wasa (a must see) in about 40-50 mins and to all the other things we wanted to see - Army museum, National museum etc - easily enough. Helped walk the breakfast off !