NoFo hotel is conveniently located close to famous SoFo district and famous Sodermalm vistas. It also borders one of the most beautiful Stockholm churches - Katarina church. Some of the rooms face the park and cemetery attached to the church, but that’s much more peaceful than scary.
The hotel welcomes you with cozy and calm courtyard, followed by front desk area. The staff is always there, smiling and ready to help. I was kindly allowed to check-in couple of hours earlier than the official check-in time.
Hotel design is inspired by Nordic, Italian and US themes and combines chic of these regions. Take a look at the photos on the official web site to choose the design you prefer, cause they are so different and seeing a single photo doesn’t guarantee you get the same experience.
I’ve got a Nordic room inspired by Swedish countryside houses. It was rather simple, maybe even too simple, while everything was clean (apart from someone’s here in the bathroom) and comfortable. The bed was a bit too soft for me. TV set had only 12 available channels, including BBC. Probably, the room was the most modest experience I’ve had in NoFo, while the common areas on the first floor are a state of the art!
Breakfast is held in a beautiful restaurants consisting of several rooms. Since no one navigates you, you can end up in the first room which can become crowded even in the low season. The choice of cold meals was good, while for the hot ones it was limited with eggs, bacon and pancakes.
Overall, I would rate it 4.5, and end up saying that NoFo could be your almost perfect base on Sodermalm. less
HelenNOFO, Front Office Manager at NOFO Hotel, responded to this review
Thank you for staying with us! We appreciate you taking your time to share your feedback, we are happy to hear that you had an enjoyable visit. We hope to have the opportunity welcoming you back to NOFO again.
Helén | Front Desk Manager