St Johannesgatan 31C

752 33 Uppsala

Phone: 0618-510 414


Weekdays: 07.00-09.00

Weekends: 08.00-10.00

Check-in: from 15:00

Check-out: at the latest at 11:00

The reception is open:

Monday - Friday 07:00-12:00

Saturday - Sunday 08:00-12:00

Please note that it is self-check-in as the hotel is not staffed around the clock, read more in your booking confirmation!

Our Rooms

Single room

1 pers.

Breakfast buffet for accompanying guests can be purchased for 80 sek

Comfort single room

Can be booked for 1-2 guests, room for an extra bed. Choose the option "extra bed" for 250.- for the second guest, if you need an extra bed. Or another guest for 200.- if you share the comfort bed.

120cm bed.

Breakfast buffet for accompanying guests can be purchased for 80 sek

Double room

Up to 3 pers. (extra guest 250 sek)

Breakfast buffet for accompanying guests can be purchased for 80 sek


Up to 3 pers. (extra guest 250 sek)

Breakfast buffet for accompanying guests can be purchased for 80 sek

Visit Uppsala

Uppsala Domkyrka

Uppsala Domkyrka has open 7 days from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. It Is one of the largest churches in Scandinavia. The cathedral is home to many historical works of art and tombs. Construction began in the 13th century.

Uppsala Castle

Very nice construction, fantastic views of the city. In addition, the Gunilla bell is nearby.

Carolina Rediviva Library

Opening hours: usually Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on weekends from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is best to check on the website before visiting. The library dates back to 1620, one of Sweden's oldest libraries. It is the largest in Scandinavia and houses more than 5 million books, including rare manuscripts.

The Linnaeus garden

Linnaeus Garden is an oasis hidden behind a wooden fence on Svartbäcksgatan in central Uppsala. The botanical garden with Carl Linné's professors' residence, exhibitions, café and shop is open from the beginning of May to the end of September. The former home of Carl Linnaeus is now the Linnaeus Museum, managed by Uppsala University on behalf of the Swedish Linnaeus Society. The museum is open all year round for groups by prior arrangement.


Dining cruises / Excursions

What about a shrimp cruise during the summerseason?

Enjoy delicious food and a fantastic atmosphere on board.

Fjällnora nature reserve

Fjällnora is a versatile nature area for activities all year round. In Fjällnora, for example, you can: Swim in the Fjällnorabadet, the Fjällnora nudist bath or the Fjällnora dog bath Rent a boat and a canoe Play at the Fjällnora nature playground Hike along multiple trails and trails Spend the night in a cabin or at the campsite Learn about the life of a Kolar farmer at the Kolarkoyan donut stand Hold a conference, take a dip in the sauna and hot tub or challenge yourself on the adventure course. Skiing and cross-country skiing.

A map is available for downloading on the webside.


Gamla Uppsala

Visit Gamla Uppsala museum, one of Scandinavia’s most noteworthy cultural environments, and learn more about the centuries-old myths surrounding the area. Exhibits include unique and original finds from the royal mounds, which have long served as a symbol of a magnificent past.

On display are finds from archaeological digs and tales of Yngling dynasty kings, victims of the Viking era, pagan gods and a warring Iron Age. Follow along on a journey through the oceans of time, from 6th century local heathen kingdoms to the religious upheaval of the Viking era to the building of the cathedral in the 1100s.

During the summer the museum offers daily guided tours in English. It’s also possible to book your own tour or activity.

Museum Gustavianum

Cultural history and archaeology: objects from antiquity, the Middle Ages and modern times Museum Gustavianum. Opening hours by arrangement.

Museum Biotopia

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Wednesday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m Saturday–Sunday 11 a.m.–5 p.m. (Free admission) Animals are shown in normal and natural conditions. There is also a library and a laboratory for children.

Kunst Museum Uppsala 

(Art museum Uppsala)

Opening hours: Thursday 11am-8pm Friday to Wednesday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Changing exhibitions. Guided tours Every Saturday for children together with an adult.


Open 7 days from 12pm to 5pm. Free entry to the museum. There are also film screenings or events, then a ticket is required. The culture of Uppland and the history of the last 5000 years is told. Sometimes there are exhibitions on more current topics (Global).


Open tuesday to sunday from 12pm to 4pm. Adults pay 50kr. Children up to 17 years are free.

At Evolutionsmuseet , you can move between all the world's continents, from the polar regions to the tropics.

Among the museum's more than 5,000 animals on display, you can meet proboscis monkeys, giant anteaters, spectacled penguins, moose, giant salamanders and marsupial devils, for example. Skeletons and anatomical preparations tell us what the animals look like inside.

The animals have been collected from the time of Linnaeus until today and the number continues to increase. Many animals are unique, and some are extinct.

Medicalhistoric Museum

The association organizes six medical history lectures each year, from a wide variety of scientific sources. Open tuesday and thursday 13-17.

Entry 40 SEK.

Viksta Traktormuseum

The largest tractor museum is an excursion for the whole family! 3000m 2 exhibition area, close to 150 tractors, harvesters, implements, rock breakers, ploughs, motor rollers, stationary crude oil engines and other motor vehicles. 30 min by car from the hotel

Open saturday-sunday 11-16, from the 01.07.-01.10.

Entry 50 SEK for over 12 year olds.


Admission opens at 10:00 am. Cost: SEK 100 (We now also accept Swish, NO CARD PAYMENT ). Children under 13 enter free when accompanied by an adult.

Vintage car meeting

Tuesdays, at 17-21, starting on Tuesday 10 May, going on all summer! (Ends September 13th)


Uppsala offers more than just fast food, let yourself be surprised:

Il Forno Italiano

Il Forno Italiano is a classic Italian restaurant with a cozy Tuscan atmosphere. They offer a large selection of antipasti, risotto, fresh pasta, typically Italian main courses, wood-fired pizzas and genuine desserts.

Their wine stock consists of quality Italian wines with a wide range of e.g. a. Amarone, Barolo and Brunello.

Taste of Bangla

a top rated indish restaurant

Hambergs fisk

a higher price restaurant with great fish and seafood menues

peppar peppar

An european and scandinavian restaurant, definitevly no standardfood

Iberico Tappas Bar

It has vegetarian and vegan food to, typical mediterranean cuisine