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Having spent considerable time researching our base in Stockholm, I had narrowed the choice down to First Hotel or the Marriot. We plumped for the First Hotel as Expedia gave us quite a good discount on that. Initial impression was positive both on appearance and...More
i was in business travel. the rooms were small and there was daily cleaning.
staff almost nice and trying to help.
facilities in the room are old and my opinion all need to be renewed.
food was good at breakfast.
Good location and good breakfast but absolutely not a 4 star hotel! The lobby and restaurant area are lovely but the room I was in was 2 star and that is been generous. Tiny shoebox sized room, tiny bed, awful yellow walls covered in marks,...More
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Response from Sandra V, Manager at First Hotel ReisenResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for telling us about your stay.
While I am glad to hear that you liked our breakfast and environment in our public areas, it concerns me to read about your room experience. We have many different room types of varying size and fittings,...More
We recently stayed in this hotel for a long weekend in February. The hotel is in a central location, yet there are no issues with noise. The hotel was overall a good experience. After being given Room 100, we asked to be moved as it...More
My boyfriend & I stayed here with another couple the first weekend in December. Our room was spacious. The reception staff were approachable and helpful. When we requested taxis for the evening and airport, they arrived extremely quickly.
The bar was ok. Limited seating. Cocktail...More
Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s historic old town and home to the Swedish Royal Palace. It’s the most central island of Stockholm and accompanied by the small island of Riddarholmen, mainly known for its famous Riddarholm Church. Gamla Stan tends to be a bit touristy at times but is definitely worth visiting: take a stroll past the well-preserved buildings and through the small (and also Sweden’s narrowest)
alleys, which will make you feel like you’ve travelled back in time. This neighborhood offers a great combination of historical buildings and traditional Swedish restaurants.
Response from tomastegfors | Property representative |
Original houses of the hotel was built early 17th century. The hotel originally concist of 7 Buildings. Two of them were private properties, one was a guest house and the rest used as pack houses as all sailing ships... More
Original houses of the hotel was built early 17th century. The hotel originally concist of 7 Buildings. Two of them were private properties, one was a guest house and the rest used as pack houses as all sailing ships unloaded their cargo here. During 1920.s they tore down the front building of 4 stories and build up a new of 7 stories and 60 rooms. 1964 they included the pack houses behind the front and into the hotel and now it had 130 rooms. During the 90.s the dining room was moved to ground floor and now it became 144 rooms as we have today. Hotel was totally renovated 1996 and partially renovated 2007. Last year we completed 2 rooms to seek out the new design for a total renovation later this year.
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