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Comfort Hotel Eskilstuna
7.6 Good
Hamngatan 9, Eskilstuna, Sodermanlands Lan, Sweden
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0.8 km from city centre, Eskilstuna, Sweden 

The hotel provides modern accommodation in Eskilstuna and is a few minutes on foot from Eskilstuna Central Station. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi access during their stay.

$132
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Clarion Collection Hotel Bolinder Munktell
7.9 Good
Munktellstorget, Eskilstuna, Sodermanlands Lan, Sweden
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1.1 km from city centre, Eskilstuna, Sweden 

Clarion Collection Hotel Bolinder Munktell offers traditional accommodation in Eskilstuna and is within walking distance of Eskilstuna Central Station. It has a gym, as well as massage services, a sauna and meeting rooms.

$156
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Sundbyholms Slott
7.8 Good
Sundbyholms Slott, Eskilstuna, Sodermanlands Lan, Sweden
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11.1 km from city centre, Eskilstuna, Sweden 

Sundbyholms Slott is situated in Eskilstuna and offers free Wi-Fi. It also features a sauna, a Jacuzzi and free bicycle rental.

$209
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About Eskilstuna

Eskilstuna is a city in the south-west of Sweden and the capital of one of the country’s many municipalities. It is full of fun, family-friendly attractions, including a popular public zoo, and hosts some of the most impressive features of archaeological wonder in Sweden. Located on the River Eskilstunaån, only 112 kilometres from Stockholm and hosting 95,000 inhabitants, Eskilstuna is an understated city perfect for an authentic local experience

A famous runic carving dating back almost 1,000 years, The Sigurd Carving is one of the many attractions of Eskilstuna. It is an ancient monument that is 4.7 metres wide and one of the largest rock carvings in Sweden. The carved illustration, of Sigurd the dragon slayer is surrounded by beautiful forest not far from the banks of Lake Mälaren, perfect for a long hike or a gentle walk after witnessing the timeless archaeology. The other key feature of the city is Parken Zoo, which protects 50 various species including various rare, endangered animals, and even has an additional amusement park.

Trains regularly travel to Eskilstuna from large cities of Stockholm and Västerås, as well as from various other places in Sweden along the Svealandsbanan railway line. The city is on the European route E20, a road journeying from Ireland to Russia via Sweden. There is also an airport only 13 kilometres east of the city centre.

The history of Eskilstuna is tied up with its routes in the iron, early productions of artillery and involvements in the weaponry trade. The development of the city boomed during the industrial revolution when these factors were utilised. Once known as the “City of Steel”, these forges can still be visited today with local steelworkers continue to use the skills for modern day use. The city also hosts successful sports teams.In addition to handball and gliding, its football stadium was the venue for the World Cup in 1958 and continues to be used professionally today.

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  • What are the best hotels in Eskilstuna?

    Hotell Tunapark, rated with a score of 8.0 from 937 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Eskilstuna. Other top stays include Elite Stadshotellet Eskilstuna, with an average rating of 7.9 from 1,484 reviewers, and Comfort Hotel Eskilstuna, with a score of 7.6 from 992 reviewers.