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Trip Guide to Stockholm's Nightlife

Martin Morrell Poolside at Maroma Resort & Spa.

Photo: Martin Morrell

Midwinter is far from bleak in the Swedish capital. Yes, the days are short and dark, but the locals know a thing or two about keeping warm. They hang glowing stars in windows, burn torches outside cafés and restaurants, and hit the Old Town’s glogg stalls for steaming cups of mulled wine. And in the bars and clubs around the Stureplan neighborhood, some of Europe’s best nightlife really starts heating up. Read the article

Destinations: Stockholm

Inspired by: The (Mini) Vacation — by Malia Boyd, Published Oct. 2006

Hotels (2)

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    Scandic Anglais

    The Scandic Anglais hotel is centrally located beside the Humlegården park, just a five-minute walk from Stureplan. The lobby is almost entirely wh

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    Berns Hotel

    Ideally situated for exploring, dining, and clubbing in Central City, the Berns isn’t just an 82-room boutique hotel—there’s also a shockingly larg

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    Riche

    Just a five-minute walk from Stureplan, this century-old restaurant is modeled after the famed Café Riche in Paris. Often packed with members of th

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Activities (4)

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    White Room

    Echoing the scene outside, the interior is snow-white and theatrically lit.

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    Sturecompagniet

    Stockholm’s most exclusive club includes V, a 250-person VIP section.

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    Laroy

    After 10 p.m., move on to Laroy, a decadent bar-club that pulls in a fashionable set.

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    Café Opera, Stockholm

    A meal among the city’s elite in Café Opera a gilded and frescoed salon with a rich, seafood-heavy menu, is a must. Then head through to the Opera

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