Just stayed in the Hotel Rex Petit, in the smallest hotel-room I have ever seen. It felt very much like a train compartment. While the decor is nice and modern and it is very clean, the price is simply too high for what you get.
When I booked the hotel, I first wasn´t aware of the difference between Hotel Rex and Rex Petit. For a single room, I paid approx. 80 €, which would not suggest something that small if one compares with *** star hotels in other larger European Cities. Seems that in Sweden/Stockholm you get away with it. The tiny rooms have bunk-beds, almost no space for a suitcase (no clue how two people should stay there with two pieces of luggage), the tiniest possible sink in a just as tiny bathroom. Yes, it has a flatscreen TV but it is fixed on the wall in a way, that it makes it impossible to watch anything, only if you stand (!) right in front of it (otherwise there was no possible angle, tried it all). Oh, and it hasn´t got windows. In the brochure they put it nicely, that by having no window, you can blend out the stark summer sun. I stayed there in scandinavian winter, where I wished I would have seen some light. On a positive note: friendly staff and free internet.More
- Free Wifi