The Best Western® Hotel Baltic is situated in a beautiful central location in Sundsvall, - close to the harbor, central station (600 meters), shopping, restaurants and the casino.
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Over the last few years the hotel has undergone careful renovation in keeping with its superb standards and comfort, and appeals to both business travelers and people on the lookout for somewhere special to stay when on holiday.
The hotel has a total of 91 hotel rooms and four apartments, a restaurant and a modern hotel gym with a sauna/relax area.
The conference facilities date back to the late 19th century. This beautiful room is 250 square meters in area, renovated in 2013 and enjoys views over the harbor. Now its primary function is as a source of inspiration at meetings, conferences, training courses and other get togethers.
Welcome to the Best Western Hotel Baltic in Sundsvall.
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Pets allowed with Restrictions. Pets allowed in some rooms. 200 SEK fee
The room was really nice with double bed. I booked an upgraded single room because I read that there were people complaining about the fact that the single rooms were claustrophobic.
By Laura F
Sweden on 02-Sep-2018
We stayed at this hotel for three nights. The room we had was pretty spacious as it was a family room.
The bathroom though was tiny to the point I was glad my 194cm tall husband was not with us! He...
By Marie A
Stockholm, Sweden on 08-Aug-2018
From arrival to check out the staff provided the best service. The room was small and the bathroom tiny but had all I needed (except a hairdryer). And the bed was so comfty. Plus one of the best...
Sweden on 10-Jul-2018
I arrived at mid night unplanned to the hotel to find nice smiling receptionist who was quick in arranging everything.
The room was not that large bu enough to have a comfortable stay. Bed was very...
Karlstad, Sweden on 09-Jun-2018
We stayed the night at the hotel and decided to dine in on a freezing Friday night. The food was really great, service kind and understanding (family dining with pree-teens and a five year old is not...