Hotels in Stockholm

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Stockholm hotels exhibit the minimalist Scandinavian flair that IKEA has popularized. The city is known for having expensive accommodations, but if y... Read More

Stockholm hotels exhibit the minimalist Scandinavian flair that IKEA has popularized. The city is known for having expensive accommodations, but if you plan your trip right, you can take advantage of some great deals. Because most Swedes take a month’s vacation in July, business travel to the capital plummets that month, and as a result many hotels drop their rates.

Standouts among the city’s best properties include the Grand Hôtel and Ett Hem, which really does feel like a (very rich person’s) home. For peace and quiet that is still an easy walk from the city center, the Hotel Skeppsholmen is hard to beat, or head to the Nobis Hotel if you want to be in the heart of everything.

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  • Ett Hem

    The name means “A Home,” and this is what Ett Hem aspires to feel like. It’s inside a stunningly beautiful town house in one of the nicest parts of the... Read More

  • Grand Hôtel

    This is a classic destination, with not only a fabulous location opposite the palace, but also a glamorous bar, some of the best dining in the city, and... Read More

  • Hotel Diplomat

    The Hotel Diplomat stands on Strandvägen, a street famed for the elegance of its harborside buildings. It's the perfect location for exploring Stockholm... Read More

  • Hotel Esplanade

    Like its next-door neighbor Hotel Diplomat, the Esplanade is a family-run hotel with extraordinary water views, standing on one of the finest streets in... Read More

  • Hotel Rival

    The island of Södermalm is widely considered the hippest part of Stockholm, and the Rival is its most colorful place to lodge. What else do you expect... Read More

  • Lydmar Hotel

    Although the Lydmar Hotel is owned by the neighboring Grand Hôtel, the two could not be more different. The Lydmar is one of the city’s most fashionable... Read More

  • Miss Clara

    Sweden’s most famous architect, Gert Wingårdh, was enlisted to turn this former girls' school into a 92-room business-and-leisure hotel, located on one... Read More

  • Nobis Hotel

    Despite a color palette inspired by the Nordic winter (slate grays, snow whites, earthy browns), this modern hotel housed in two 19th-century buildings... Read More

  • Nordic Light Hotel

    As the name suggests, the Nordic Light Hotel has a wonderfully Scandinavian feel to it. The décor is minimalist in tone, but starbursts of light shining... Read More

  • Skeppsholmen

    There’s nowhere else quite like the Skeppsholmen (hhhhwepps-hole-men, roughly). It's located on a small island that is home to the city’s modern art... Read More

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