These are a couple of hotels I can recommend around Europe which don't really fit into any other section of the site.
Hotel Kong Arthur (Norre Sogade 11, DK-1370 Copenhagen K, Denmark) - Charming hotel close to the public transport Hotel Kong Arthur is a short (10-minute) walk in to central Copenhagen The Hotel Kong Arthur does an excellent breakfast spread - both in breadth and quality.
K+K Hotel Fenix (Ve Smeckach 30, 110 00 Prague 1) - Scores highly on the location ratings, being meters from the Wenscelas Square - so many major sights are within walking distance. Hotel is modern and well run with helpful staff. Wireless internet throughout. Several "cabaret" clubs are along the same street but they're generally no bother if you're not interested.
Hotel Sven Vintappare (Sven Vintappares Grand 3, 117 27 Stockholm) - Dating from the 17th Century, the Hotel Sven Vintappare is certainly one of the oldest hotels I've ever stayed in. And one of the most charming. All the rooms are spacious, comfortable and decorated in Louis XV style. In the centre of "Gamla Stan" - Stockholms Old Town - the location is impossible to improve as the cobbledy streets are, literally, on your doorstep and many of the museums and the Royal Palace are right up the road. Did I mention its close to the local train system too? The whole hotel is up a spiral stair case which adds to the charm but is totally inappropriate for disabled access. Breakfast selection is small but excellent and charmingly set in the coffee shop on the ground floor. I have no hestitation in recommending the Hotel Sven Vintappare.
Copenhagen and Stockholm 2007 - A brief travelogue from Denmark and Sweden
Vienna - an evening in a Heuriger - Notes from our evening in a Vienesse Heuriger
Vienna - Lazaristenkirche / Vincentian Church Immaculate Conception - Notes on the Lazaristenkirche / Vincentian Church Immaculate Conception in Vienna, Austria
Vienna - Church of Mariahilf - Historical notes on Church of Mariahilf, Vienna, Austria
Austria - goals and achievements - Travel goals and achievements from various trips to Austria
Melk - a day trip to the monastic city - Notes from our day visiting the Benedictine Monastry in Melk
Berlin - where to eat - Recommended places to eat in the German capital Berlin
Vienna - 10 great things to do - 10 recommended things to do and visit in Vienna
Vienna - a day out and about on foot - Viennese travelogue from a trip to the Austrian capital and Melk
Austria - recommended places to stay - Recommended hotels in Vienna, Salzburg and Bregenz
Mark Sukhija is a travel and wine blogger, photographer, tourism researcher, hat-touting, white-shirt-wearing, New Zealand fantatic and eclipse chaser. Aside from at least annual visits to New Zealand, Mark has seen eclipses in South Australia (2002), Libya (2006), China (2009) and Queensland (2012). After twelve years in Switzerland, Mark moved back to London in 2012. You can follow Mark on Twitter or Facebook