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The Gray Lady Tells You How to Waste Your Hard-Earned Money

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  Site Where: Tjärhovsgatan 11, Stockholm, Sweden, 11621
July 14, 2008 at 11:35 AM | by | Comments (0)

Would you pay $200 or more to stay at a 228-year hotel that once was a brewery, then headquarters for Stockholm's guards (a.k.a., "sausages," earning the building the enviable moniker of "a sausage pot"); next as a jail of sorts, housing thieves and beggars; and later as a temporary hospital during the city's cholera epidemic in 1834, before finally becoming a hotel with no room service and very few individual bathrooms in 1976? The New York Times thinks you should.

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WTF Hotel News:: Condi Meets KISS at a Swedish Sheraton

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  Site Where: Tegelbacken 6, Stockholm, Sweden, 101 23
May 30, 2008 at 4:05 PM | by | Comment (1)

And we're closing our Friday with this strange news report: Condoleeza Rice hooked up with rock band KISS at a Sheraton in Stockholm:

"I was thrilled," a beaming US secretary of state told reporters Friday after meeting lead singer Gene Simmons and his three band members at the waterfront Sheraton Hotel in the Swedish capital on Thursday night.

The Sheraton in question we're guessing is the main Sheraton Stockholm in the city's central business district. While the hotel's rooms look comfy, Stockholm rock city, it is not.

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Snapshot :: The Sheraton Stockholm Looks Comfy

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  Site Where: Tegelbacken 195, Stockholm, Sweden, 111 52
January 7, 2008 at 5:04 PM | by | Comments (0)

HotelChatter Flickr Pool member Nic Evans dropped in this shot of the Sheraton Stockholm and we have to say, this is the prettiest Sheraton we've seen yet.

The hotel's located in the city's business district and each guest room features the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper(SM) Bed, flat-screen TVs and wired and wireless internet access.

Rates start around $290 which is pricey but the hotel just got a renovation. Of course, you can never judge a book by its cover. While we think the rooms are oh so pretty, a recent guest wrote:

When I checked out (yes, quite early in the morning but still) there was zero personality or hospitality from the staff. Guess I wouldn't object to staying again but there are other Stockholm hotels that would come to mind first.