My husband and I stayed at this hotel for one night only. The staff was friendly and courteous and offered a little bit of insight on the surrounding area and things to do in the nearby town.
The hotel itself feels more like a hostel/university dorm. I am not sure what I was expecting, but after learning more about the history of IKEA company, it makes more sense now.
The room was completely utilitarian. It had just enough space for the two of us. The bed was comfortable enough and the bathroom had a working shower/toilet with soap/shampoo dispensers.
The hotel overall was very clean and easy to find. The internet was adequate and free of charge.
We tried both dinner and breakfast at the hotel's restaurant and both were delicious with generous options to try.
I would recommend this hotel to people who are passing by or hiking the nearby areas. As the hotel does not have any other amenities (other than free parking) there is not much to do if you decide to stay in. Expect rooms with basic but well maintained furniture and small but comfortable spaces.
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to IKEA and Almhult Golf Club. Area attractions also include Carl Von Linne …More
Found this hotel in the Rick Steves's Scandinavia guide book as we were looking for a low cost place for one night. The only adjective he used that I disagree with is "worn". The place did not give that impression at all. The hallways were bright. The room was small but due to the high ceiling did not feel cramped. There were two comfortable twin beds, two high back chairs, and a good sized desk. The bathroom was workable for one person at a time. The free wi-fi worked well. Plenty of off-street parking.
In the basement are two public rooms - a lounge with TV and computer plus the breakfast room. Due to good sized windows, there was a lot of natural light so you never felt like you were below ground. The breakfast offerings were simple but more than plenty. The breakfast room has a country kitchen feel to it. Very pleasant.
If arriving after 6p as we did, let the hotel know in advance so arrangements can be made to let you in. You have to have a key for the front door or a code for the back door. We had to use our US based cell phone to call the number on the front door for access.
Would stay here again if we are ever back in the area.
Located in the city center, Värend Växjö Hotel allows visitors to discover the lively center with its leisure and cultural …More