After a week in Denmark/Germany, we decided to cross the bridge and spend the night in Malmo before flying to London just so we could say we'd also been in Sweden. The Radisson was a nice choice in Malmo for us. The room was LARGE with plenty of space for the extra roll-away beds for our teen sons. The bathroom was large by European standards. Breakfast was in a room built up against a restaurant that was dated from the mid-1500's. The half-timbered wall of the old building made up one wall in the breakfast room. Breakfast was a nice mix of traditional Swedish cheeses, breads and meats as well as hot choices and fruit, etc. There was something to please nearly everyone. Parking (paid) was under the hotel so we didn't have to wander around trying to find something on the street and drag our luggage many blocks.
It was a comfortable one night stay to do a little bit of exploring before catching a flight to London the next day.More