We stayed in this hotel twice, and the critical part of doing so is, be sure your room has a window. It's a perfectly nice hotel, but there are no thermostats and no way to control the temperature in your room... and your room becomes a furnace, even in the chilliest weather, if you don't have a window. Zero ventilation except for a blower that fills your room with air of some random temperature, and makes loud noise doing it. No exhaust fan in bathrooms, no flow-thru even if you prop open your door and put a fan in the doorway for hours. Otherwise the hotel's fine and the area is nice too, only a longish walk to Gamla Stan. Has a nice breakfast in the pizzeria.