Sweden's hotels tend to be conservative rather than colorful—neither too grand nor too design-minded. Expect a simple room with two single beds pushed together (even in rooms that are advertised as doubles) and a compact bathroom. That doesn't mean Swedish hotel rooms are uncomfortable or that you won't sleep well: Sweden is home to two of the world's best bed manufacturers, DUX and Hästens, and the locals pride themselves on their beds and bed linens. You won't leave hungry, either. Most hotels serve a healthy breakfast of whole-grain breads, berries, yogurt, ham, cheeses, and eggs. While chain hotels (such as the Choice Hotels conglomerate and Scandinavia-based First Hotels) dominate the market in many towns, you can find lodgings with more personality—particularly at family-owned country inns.