This hotel is owned by anthropologist Per Hellsten, whose touch is evident in the common areas, which are furnished and decorated with objects from his travels and life, including Congan tribal masks and his grandmother’s chandelier. Standard rooms are comfortable and individually styled; the cheapest rooms are on the small side.
Hotel extras include a sauna and a small fitness room, as well as live jazz in the Hellsten Earth Bar. The location is especially great for adventurous foodies.
Located only 150 metres from the Rådmansgatan Metro Station, this design hotel offers unique interior designs, a bar and a bookable sauna. The stylish rooms include free wired internet and flat-screen TVs. The individually decorated rooms of Hotel Hellsten feature wooden flooring and cable TV, while the fresh bathrooms include hairdryer and underfloor heating. The building dates back to the 1800s. Free coffee and tea are available at all times at Hellsten Hotel. Breakfast buffet is served in the conservatory, and the Hellsten Earth Bar hosts jazz concerts every Thursday. A variety of shops, restaurants and cafés are found on the Drottninggatan pedestrian street, a 5-minute walk away. Staff at Hotel Hellsten will happily recommend sights and places to visit.