The dorms and rooms at Rut & Ragnars aren’t bad, but it’s in a bit of a rough neighbourhood and is quite a long walk from Malmö’s main attractions.
There is a bus stop right outside, however. From here you can take a number 3 bus back to the train station in around fifteen minutes.
Once you get through the hostel’s skinny front entrance, the place is surprisingly big. Here you’ll find a six-bed, female-only dorm, plus a much bigger mixed dorm that sleeps a whopping 20 people at a time.
This big dorm is a bit dingy but there are curtains on the bunks for extra privacy and the room can be divided up (again with curtains) to create smaller private spaces within the dorm. Lockers are available to keep your stuff in, and you can borrow locks from reception.
Private rooms at Rut & Ragnars, which range from singles to four-bed rooms with two sets of bunk beds, are a lot brighter. Most of these private rooms share bathrooms with the dorms.
All guests get use of the hostel’s two kitchens (there’s even a dishwasher!). There’s also a laundry room, handy if you’ve been on the road for a while.
Note that as with most hostels in Sweden, you’ll have to pay 50 SEK extra for bed sheets – or bring your own.
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Rut & Ragnars Hostel
+46 406 116 060