See why so many travellers make Soderkopings Brunn their hotel of choice when visiting Söderköping. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Soderkopings Brunn features 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and a lounge. If you are driving to Soderkopings Brunn, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to La Uva Tapasbar. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Smultronstallet, Jannes Hembageri, or Cafe Lilla Kanalmagasinet.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art gallery, such as Galleri Rådhuset.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Soderkopings Brunn as you experience all of the things Söderköping has to offer.
We stayed at this hotel a couple of years ago and had the best experience, so we came back. The pool is great and not crowded, always a plus. However it is not staffed, and had no towels. I phoned front desk about getting food sent over, and nobody picked up. Went in and asked them about food and was redirected to the restaurant, where they looked at me like I had two heads. Food to the pool? What did front desk say about that? That was the response I got. The one gentleman made it seem like I was inconveniencing him and his staff in some way asking for food. I had to carry all the food back to the pool. I wanted a drink, but was too afraid to ask at this point... when we stayed a few years ago, the food and drinks were taken over to us at the pool. When we came back to the pool a couple hours after we left because we forgot something, our tray was still there. Nobody came to pick it up. When dinner rolled around, again the restaurant was extremely understaffed. There were no serviettes on the table, no salt and pepper. It took us an HOUR to get our main meal…. Then nobody came back to see how we were doing or if we wanted something else. when the main meal did come, it was extremely underwhelming and in no way filling. We ended up waiting another thirty minutes for dessert. The people beside us had been there for almost three hours. I would have left and eaten somewhere else, but it was part of our package. The waiter explained that they had forty people come in with a group, and I don’t blame him. I just saw him running around like a madman trying to calm all the customers down. Later on, I went and got a couple of drinks from the bar, and they used the cheaper version instead of the more expensive kind I saw sitting on display. These might seems inconsequential details, and I don’t want to seem like I’m expecting the sun and the moon when I stay at a hotel, but for a four star hotel that just had renovations done… I expected a LOT more. I would have probably spent a lot more money there if the service had been faster and better.…
Söderköping is one of the oldest towns in Sweden and Söderköpings Brunn Hotel in the town centre is part of that history. A brunn is a well, and visitors to Söderköping once took the waters for their health-giving properties. Today the hotel, with its roots as a health spa in the 18th and 19th centuries, offers modern accommodation and facilities for guests and conference delegates in an elegantly restored building. Söderköpings Brunn Hotel combines old-world charm with modern comfort. It’s a winning combination. I stayed one night in a single room, number 265, which is small but comfortable. I slept well. The bathroom was immaculately clean with a walk-in shower. I had the greatest difficulty finding a power socket in the bathroom for my electric toothbrush and almost gave up the search. But there is one. It’s on the underside of the down lights mount above the mirror and hand basin. Look for a little flap, open it, and hey presto, there’s the socket! The TV in my room was a good size and the volume control was not restricted as is all too often the case in hotel rooms. The choice of channels, however, was limited and the only international news channel was CNN, always good for reporting the latest antics of the present incumbent at the White House, but still not my news channel of choice. I ate in the hotel restaurant — afternoon tea, dinner, and breakfast the following morning. All were excellent and the service at dinner, by Christine who spoke excellent English and was friendly and efficient, was exemplary. All members of staff that I met were friendly and helpful. Special praise for Ida at the reception desk who would make any guest feel immediately at home. I liked Söderköpings Brunn Hotel a lot and hope one day to return.…
We stayed for one night celebrating birthday. The hotel is situated close to the center. Peaceful surroundings. Nice room, comfortable beds. Beautiful diningroom. Exellent three course dinner with very good recommended wines. Friendly service. Full breakfast.
Even if we only stayed one night in this lovely hotel, we got a real sense of its old-world ambiance. This is a hotel I have wanted to stay in for many years. I have heard very good things about this establishment, situated in beautiful Söderköping. It turned out that it still have some of it's old-world charm, especially in the grand dining rooms and salons. Thank goodness there is also modern day accommodation in the bedrooms. When we were there, we had a absolutely lovely breakfast together with a whole company of middel-aged men who where dressed to their teeth in Savile Row attire to go fishing. An evidence that people still visit Söferköpings Brunn with expectations that they will experience a certain ambiance. Our room had everything we could want from a wheelchair accessible facility. I use a small, manual wheelchair, so I do not know if they have rooms that will be spacious enough for an electric wheelchair. But the very pleasant and accommodating staff will certainly inform you. As the name means, Söderköpings Brunn (spa), the hotel has a large spa. We didn't have time to try any of this. Söderköping is one of Swedens oldest town. There is plenty to see, very nice walks, -and good fishing, from what we could tell.…
We stayed for 1 nite & was given a room in the newer wing. We loved the room & it was cosy with the balcony facing the stream. The dining room was quite grandeur, and our dinner & breakfast were good. The check-in service was a tad slow as the staff were all at the dining area when we arrived, but the good dinner made up the shortfall.