Af Chapman Café / Stockholm

Flaggmansvägen 8 Stockholm 111 49
Opening Hours
Sun, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 22:00 - 03:00

We welcome you to Af Chapman hostel - affordable, centrally located, steeped in culture, and just waiting to be explored! Do not hesitate to call or email us if you have any questions

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average 212 votes
Tips from the Net @ af Chapman Café
Serge M en
Really good atmosphere in overall, much enjoyed a Friday's eve. Non-standard interior of Opera, the great sound and DJ was good at feeling the atmosphere on the dance-floor! There are also a couple of tables for blackjack in the main hall. GooglePlace - September 2017
Bernhard Mähr en
Was not inside. I was there before 23 o'clock and the entry fee was 220kr. In my opinion this is too much. But the reason for not going inside was an other: During the 5 minutes waiting for entry I saw about 50 guys inside, going inside and waiting for the entry and only 3 girls. That's not the kind of party I'm going to pay so much money. GooglePlace - August 2017
Marco Capo en
Great place! Best Wednesday night in town GooglePlace - May 2017
Joaquín Sánchez-Valiente Stutz en
Expensive entrance fee but does not deliver what it costs. Music wasn't bad but wasn't great either and didn't set the mood to dance. Small place, I was expecting it to be bigger by the pictures on their website. It gets crowded pretty easily, so expect to be pushed and get some drinks spilled. They will force you to leave your jacket in the cloakroom (and pay). Service was ok and the other customers were normal people, nothing worth mentioning. GooglePlace - December 2016
Rasmus Eriksson Rodriguez en
Decent nightclub that's always crowded. They host live dancers, a couple of blackjack tables and the bar is fairly sorted, but the expertise is lacking. The music is mainstream electronic but ok, people are dancing and having a good time. The music is not loud enough to rule out any conversation and they have an outside area where you can have a breather. Dress code applies. GooglePlace - July 2016