This is not a four stars hotel, judging by the rooms. The section I stayed in was made of modules: no bricks used there. That means that the structure is not stable. When the rooms next door open and close their door, the whole room shakes and tremble in a horrifying manner. No sound insulation between the rooms and the hallway either. You can hear your neighbours in *all* their activity (if you understand what I mean). Tv offers 10 channels (5 Swedish, 1 Norwegian, BBC, CNN and 2 sport channels): that's it. BTW, analog: forget digital quality. The room has seen better days. The lamps over the bed get so hot that you burn yourself trying to switch them off. The sockets on the desk (so, not even hidden) had a finger of dust bunnies in them. The bathroom has a distinct erly 80s feeling (and not in a fancy way), with a plastic seat on the toilet that was maybe an hommage to the Soviet era?
Breakfast was as bland as one can think of. Not very vegetarian/vegan friendly: just a few vegetables. And no: it's Sweden 2021 and that should be available by default: there should be no need to ask the staff (who is very helpful, BTW).
I was expecting a better hotel for the price I paid. I certainly have stayed in better places in Gothenburg in that price range.