In the last half of the 19th century, Sweden’s railway network was growing quickly. Better communications and logistics brought increased trade to smaller town and cities throughout the country. Local inns and rooming houses could no longer accommodate all the travellers, and so hotels were built. The result was a Swedish institution - the Stadshotell.
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