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Hotel Duxiana Malmö
Close to Centralstationen, ubersleek Hotel Duxiana is one for the style crew...
Hotel Mäster Johan
Just off Lilla Torg is one of Malmö’s finest slumber spots, with spacious, elegantly understated rooms featuring beautiful oak floors and snowy white fabrics...
Trendy and urbane, this hipster hotel sets the tone from the get-go with velvet cushions, modern bookshelves and brass candlesticks decorating the lobby. Rooms are similarly chic and recently renovated. The most luxurious has a jacuzzi.
Lund’s oldest hotel is friendly and affordable, and on a quiet, central street. Rooms have parquet floors, cool white walls and washbasins (most bathrooms are shared). Breakfast is brought to your door.
Elite Hotel Mollberg
The main square is dominated by this flouncy 19th-century building. An understated elegance underpins the classic rooms, although the 1980s-era bathrooms could do with a revamp. The restaurant here is one of the best in town.
Grand Hotel Lund
Lund’s most luxurious establishment is the Grand, which opened in 1899 and is resplendent with gilt and chandeliers. Rooms are smallish, but decorated in grand style with heavy wooden beds, Persian carpets and cherub wallpaper...
Scandic S:T Jörgen
A sleek, minimalist foyer contrasts with more classically styled rooms at this friendly, upmarket chain. Most rooms have bathtub/shower combos and many look out onto Gustav Adolfs Torg...
Grand Hôtel Mölle
Exuding faded grandeur, the Grand Hotel Mölle sits regally above Mölle. Although service can be a bit stroppy, rooms are an agreeable blend of modern Scandi style and nautical undertones (the rooms with balconies and sea views are more expensive)...
Partly housed in an old shoe factory, this homely spot peddles cosy rooms (think patchwork quilts and DVD players), as well as a sunny courtyard and guest lounge.
Hotell Continental I Ystad
On the site of the old customs house, the Continental is reputedly Sweden’s oldest hotel, having opened in 1829...
The designers here have gone for a contemporary Scandinavian/Japanese look, leading to sleek but slightly Spartan-looking rooms. There's a stylish brasserie downstairs, serving international cuisine.
Elite Hotel Marina Plaza
Modern and luxurious, this hotel is conveniently located right by the harbour (the more expensive rooms have sea views). It’s a big place with a number of restaurants and bars, and a sauna and gym.
Comfort Hotel Malmö
This convenient hotel – a stone’s throw from both the train and ferry – has friendly staff and clean, modern rooms with all the amenities of a ship-shape business hotel, as well as a liberal breakfast.
Though a bit worn around the edges, this pleasant hotel is smack in the heart of town (though remarkably quiet) in an imposing listed building...
First Hotel Christian Iv
With parquet floors and stucco ceilings, Hotel Christian IV is certainly grand, if a little worn around the edges. The beautiful turn-of-the-century building was once a bank and one of the vaults now contains a wine cellar.
Best Western Hotel Anno 1937
A rustic beam here, a 17th-century wall there: history pops up all over the place at this friendly hotel. Opposite the cathedral, its pale-toned rooms are a bit dull, but there are up-to-date touches like flat-screen TVs, a sauna and wi-fi.
Hotell Linnéa Sweden Hotels
Linnéa is central and affordable. Rooms are clean, if somewhat dull, and there is a decent Danish breakfast.
Crash here for clean, modern rooms, some with harbour views. There is a reasonable restaurant, bar and cafe on the top-floor restaurant.
Maritim Krog & Hotell
The old blue building by the harbour is a wonderful boutique hotel with stylish decor and sea views. It’s also home to a fantastic restaurant (mains Skr170 to SKr295) specialising in fish dishes.
Clarion Collection Hotel Temperance
Elegant walnut furniture and fittings add a classy touch to the large, bright rooms here. There's also a pleasant restaurant/bar.
City Vandrarhemmet Helsingborg
Despite a rather anonymous vibe, Helsingborg’s only central hostel offers clean, comfortable rooms about 200m from Knutpunkten. Reception opens from 9am to noon and 3pm to 5pm.
Stf/Hi Vandrarhem Malmo Eriksfolt
Well-equipped, if rather large and impersonal, the STF hostel sits 3.5km south of the city centre, overlooking the E6 (take bus 2 from Centralstationen).