Monday, March 24, 2008

Långholmen Hotel in Stockholm

Escape from daily life and spoil yourself with a night in jail. Be inspired in a captivating environment in the middle of central Stockholm.

Historic Hotel
Are you looking for a unique and exciting place to stay, a cosy inn with the best from the Swedish food tradition or a meeting place for all imaginable occasions with conferences and events. Then come to Långholmen! Here is a rich history, marked by the old jail, closed in 1975. Today, you are met by a modern hotel with newly renovated "cells" and an inspirational conference environment. We offer you a broad range of activities that will make you stay a memorable experience.

Natural Experience - in the Middle of Town
Outside the hotel's entrance, there is a delightful bathing beach and fine jogging and promenade trails, in a beautiful, peaceful culturally historic park environment. Långholmen is a green oasis in the middle of central Stockholm. If you want to discover the rest of Södermalm and Stockholm, you just have to cross Långholm's Bridge and you will find the town's rich offering of shopping, galleries, theatres etc.

Before Your Release
Visit our museum, "From Crime to Cuffs", which gives you an exciting glimpse of Långholmen's 250 year history as a prison.
•Free Car Parking - Close to Public Transport
•Open All Year - the isle is always beautiful
•Newly renovated cells. Now, all the rooms have been given a major facelift.
•Our bathrooms are newly tiled with a generous shower.
•The rooms now have a good safety box where you can charge telephones and computers in a security.
•Free wireless Internet in all cells.
The rooms have never been larger, but they offer exciting and striking solutions that give a pleasant and at the same time captivating experience for your stay.

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