Comfort Hotel Malmö has a good quiet location just behind Malmö Central station. If you arrive by train to Malmö and come out from the platform into the corridor/shopping area you should turn to the...
Comfort Hotel Malmö has a good quiet location just behind Malmö Central station. If you arrive by train to Malmö and come out from the platform into the corridor/shopping area you should turn to the right, away from the city center, and go to the north end. Looking out through the glass wall slightly to the right you can see the sign Comfort hotel on the older yellowish part of the hotel. The entrance to the hotel is in the new part at the right.
I was given a room in the newer part looking out through openable windows to the east into a small alley. The immediate impression was a light, modern, clean and likeable room. The bathroom was a prefab one so when getting into it I found my first small step up (appr 10 cm) since entering the hotel. The bathroom could do with better luminosity and a hair dryer.
The bed was a huge comfortable double bed that didn’t leave much space to walk around. You’ll find a writing table with an armchair and a mirror with 3 or 4 nobs on the side for two coat hangers and two skirt hangers. The lighting of the room was very good and you’ll find two sockets at the bed and another two at the writing table for your electrical equipment. There is no baggage rack and no wardrobe.
I would recommend this room for a short stay and a single person travelling with light luggage or if given a good price you would have to put up with the disadvantages.
The breakfast really contained everything and I mean everything. Yoghurt, breads and buns, marmalade and jam, muesli, cornflakes, juices, coffee, tea, cheeses, ham, liver pate, tomatoes, peppers, fresh fruit, boiled and scrambled eggs, bacon, hot crushed tomatoes…. Just name it!
If you walk through the station to the south side and cross the nearest bridge you will be at Stortorget (Big Square) in five minutes. Crossing Stortorget to the furthest corner on the left you’ll find that you enter Lilla Torg (Small Square) at one corner. Lilla Torg is really cosy surrounded with old buildings and affordable restaurants.