Reasonably priced (at least for Stockholm) hotel in a quiet neighbourhood of Stockholm. 4 blocks from the Norra Station airport bus stop (when you get off the bus, cross the street and go down the street, making a right at the first intersection. Google maps gets a bit 'confused' in that area but once you are heading in the right direction, it's reliable again. The airport bus stop is about 4 blocks from the hotel). Great breakfast, fairly big rooms and quiet street even if you are facing the front of the building. The supermarket next door has a salad bar, apart from a deli, and opens 7-23 everyday. There is a very good sushi restaurant a couple of blocks behind the hotel, as well as a Thai takeaway and a Texan restaurant nearby. Both supermarkets in the area have a gluten free section (the hotel restaurant, although excellent, may pose a bit of a challenge for people with nut allergies and doesn't offer any gluten-free bread).
Don't get discouraged by the distance from the centre on a map. It's actually a very nice 20-25 minute walk to the centre, especially if you take Drottningatan, with lots of little coffee shops and interesting stores. The nearest subway station is Odenplan, about 3 blocks away. (Easy to do even with luggage).
The down-sides of this hotel for me were the front-desk staff (Robert was great, but the girls at the front desk couldn't care less for the guests. Some of them seem upset if they have to speak English, so they try to brush off foreign guests as quickly as they can) and also housekeeping. I stayed there 5 nights (not hotel-quality beds, but comfortable enough) and for the first three nights I kept going down to the front desk to request shower gel (I had 3 bottles of body lotion and 6 of shampoo, but no shower gel). My room did not get vacuumed for the first three days. On day 4th, everything was restocked and my room got properly cleaned. (That was really the only time that it was properly cleaned).
Overall, considering that this is a city where some hotels rent out rooms without windows, it's a very good choice, especially during peak season. I got a deal online that made it half the price of most hotels in the touristy area and it was quite refreshing to come back in the evening to a quieter area of town. less