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Stockholm has been built across 14 islands, which are connected by 50 bridges. And it’s surrounded by 24,000-or-so other islands in a sparkling archipelago. It’s painted in warm shades of yellow and orange, and arranged around a medieval centre of cobbled, un-planned streets, which fans out to a more orderly collection of harbours, green spaces and more recent architecture. Stockholm has to be one of the world's most beautiful capitals. And we think the best places to stay in Stockholm are those with the best views of Stockholm.
Or the most quintessentially Stockholm. Because Stockholm is also glacially cool. As well as its spectacular setting, there’s a thriving cafe culture and plenty of foodie experiences to be had, the opportunity for lively evenings out and, in summer, you can swim in the sea, sail, walk, hike and take full advantage of the extra long days. And Stockholm in winter is as romantic a destination as you could imagine. And Stockholm is an easy city to explore with kids. All the stations have lifts and buses and trams have spaces for several pushchairs. Plus travel is free for under sevens. Small ships and ferries dart in and out of the islands and docks ready to transport you to other parts of the city, or out into the archipelago. There's also a lot of colour to this city and plenty of variety to keep little ones going. Many people speak English and the vibe is friendly.
Our recommendations for Stockholm hotels feature a couple of very conservative properties, but most celebrate Sweden’s love affair with modern design. Long before Ikea, Swedish designers excelled at furniture — particularly chairs. Almost all the best places to stay have turned to this tradition and you can expect to find in them examples of comfortable, colourful and beautifully made furniture.
Where To Stay? Which Neighbourhood?
- Stockholm’s Old Town, on the island of Gamla Stan, and often called that, is the wonderful maze of cobbled streets and tall, colourful, closely packed buildings you'd hope it would be. Stay here are you’re close to the Royal Palace, Sweden’s Parliament, the cathedral, Riddarholm, and several beautiful churches, a number of excellent museums and, at Christmas time, the Christmas Markets. Gamla Stan is where Stockholm started, in the 13th century, and it’s not been town planned in the same way the rest of the city has, so it’s sometimes best to forgo the map and just wander, and you’ll probably uncover more of Gamla Stan’s treasures if you do, like its cafes and boutiques and tucked-away bars. Getting from Gamla Stan to the rest of the city is easy, there are foot bridges to Norrmalm and Södermalm, and there are ferries to the islands of Skeppsholmen and Djurgården. So Gamla Stan is a good choice if you want to be in the thick of things too.
- South of Gamla Stan is Södermalm, which is where you’ll find some of Stockholm’s most beautiful old houses, but also its hippest modern residents. if you want mini beaches and floating bars, the freshest cuisine and the coolest cafes, then this might be the best place to stay in Stockholm for you.
- Bustling Norrmalm is the commercial and business-y part of town, but don’t cross it off your list, it’s right in the thick of things, and home to many of Stockholm’s art galleries and museums, so its a great choice if you’re not here for long, or if you’re looking for a large, approachable hotel. And even if you’re not staying here you’ll undoubtedly want to wander along Drottninggatan, a fully pedestrianised shopping street, or check out the lively market stalls at Hötorget.
- Odenplan is another downtown district, and worth mentioning here because it’s where you’ll find the commuter rail station, so it’s a convenient base if you want to travel out of Stockholm as well as explore the capital. As well as commuters Odenplan is known for vintage boutiques and cafes. And it’s where you’ll find the National Library and the Stockholm Observatory.
- With its impressive architecture and high-end stores, elegant Östermalm is often compared to New York's Upper East Side. This is a district of tree-lined avenues and colourfully painted townhouses, museums, galleries, parks and cafes. Even if you don’t stay here we recommend you take a long stroll through the lovely Humlegården park before visiting one of the area's many museums. Maybe the ABBA Museum? or Skansen the world’s first open-air museum. Our Guru’s also recommend Östermalm for families.
- Whilst not as centrally-located as other neighbourhoods, Vasatan's still a terrific spot for visiting Stockholm. It's got a lively buzz to it, with plenty of restaurants, bars, and antique shops to enjoy — plus, it's relatively inexpensive.
- The islands of Skeppsholmen and Djurgården are lovely areas if you’re looking for somewhere relatively peaceful? They’re both close enough to the centre for all your sightseeing needs, whilst also offering a fair degree of tranquillity with their waterfront parks and gardens. Djurgården is just a footbridge from Östermalm, and yet its royal parkland, picturesque harbours and colourful, traditional Swedish cottages make it feel a lot further away.
Stockholm is not cheap, but all of our recommendations on our list of the best places to stay in Stockholm will offer you good value for money.
The Best Places to Stay in Stockholm
The Best Hotel Views in Stockholm
- The Grand Hotel, Stockholm is Stockholm’s grande dame, a beautiful old hotel overlooking the harbour and the Royal Palace. And the hotel is quite palatial too, with a Hall of Mirrors, a ballroom and a Winer Garden, a restaurant with two Michelin stars, and an impressive, and rejuvenating Nordic spa. The 278 rooms and suites range in style from beautiful to magnificent.
- The Esplanade in Östermalm is an old-fashioned pension in a really wonderful city central location on Strandvägen Stree, right on the water. The Esplanade has 34 large, Art Nouveau styled rooms and suites, with fantastic period furnishings and exceptional views. There’s a small sauna, and they serve sandwiches in the breakfast room throughout the day.
The Best Hotels in Stockholm’s Old Town, Gamla Stan
- The First Hotel Reisen is a grand hotel with classical proportions, and something particularly Swedish about its elegant facade. Inside are 144 rooms and suites, tastefully decorated in a simple, Scandinavian manner, and an excellent Franco-Swedish restaurant. It’s also got a pool and sauna, and the bar hosts DJ nights.
- We have to include the Lady Hamilton Hotel because it’s such a one of a kind, in a wonderfully central location. Firstly, it’s actually Lady Hamilton themed, yes, the one who was involved with Nelson, so it’s sort of Nelson and nautical themed too. Secondly the building it occupies is a beautiful, 15th century build with a traditional central courtyard, around which the 34 rooms and suites are arranged, along with the restaurant. The decor features plenty of Nelsons and Lady Hamiltons, and pretty fabrics and nautical details. And you’re right by the Royal Palace.
- The Victory is a cheerful, eccentric and family-owned hotel on Gamla Stan. It has 45 individually decorated rooms and suites, with plenty of unique curios and attractive antiques, plus some great naval memorabilia. Despite being relatively small the hotel has two restaurants, and it’s popular with families: the kind of place that gets a lot of return visitors.
Stockholm’s Best City Break Hotels
- The Clarion Sign is a big, dramatic building in the centre of town, housing a big, contemporary hotel with a strong Nordic flavour. There are 558 rooms and suites, all of them with lots of glass and wooden floors, curvaceous chairs and white walls. The best have incredible city views too. There’s also a fantastic rooftop pool and spa.
- The Hotel Kungstradgarden is an elegant 20th century mansion in a wonderful central Stockholm location close to the Royal Palace, the Kungsträdgården (King’s Garden) and the main shopping districts including Södermalm, known for its flea markets and vintage stores. Inside are 94 rooms and suites, decorated in a palette of duck-egg and cream, and a wonderful central atrium and a French restaurant with a beautiful wrought iron staircase and huge chandelier.
- The Nobis Hotel is a luxurious hotel with 201 sophisticated, contemporary rooms and suites, a beautiful bar and restaurant, and a perfect location. Expect plenty of natural colours and materials, and impressive craftsmanship. It sounds simple but it’s definitely worth a look.
The Most Romantic Places to Stay in Stockholm
- Vasatan's Browallshof has been beautifully converted from a mansion built in 1731, and at the weekends you’ll find many locals booking in to one of the 17 rooms and suites to experience a bit of the luxury their wealthy forebears enjoyed. Think open fires, a candlelit dining room, four-poster beds and traditional Swedish cuisine. In Vasatan you’re surrounded by 17th and 18th century architecture lining the cobbled streets, and you’re just seven minutes from the old centre of town.
- The Lydmar Hotel is a perfectly proportioned, perfectly sized, centrally located hotel with 46 elegant, and individually decorated rooms and suites. The interiors are a charming marriage of old and new, with lots of original features to admire, along with impressive Scandinavian design furniture. There’s a lively terrace bar.
The Best Places to Stay in Stockholm for Families
- The Pop House Hotel is a cool, four-star hotel on leafy Djurgården Island. Close to many museums and parks, this is a quieter spot than central Stockholm, but it’s close to any sights and a really charming commute to central Stockholm. The 49 rooms and suites are simple and stylish and there’s a French/ American restaurant, which both you and your kids will appreciate.
- Take advantage of all the light at Skeppsholmen, one of the best places to stay in Stockholm in the summer. Once a Royal Marine’s barracks, these 78 lofty rooms have been decorated with a very minimalist, Scandi white on white theme, with plenty of blonde wood. Because this was a barracks there’s plenty of space for a waterfront tennis court and a yoga garden. The island the hotel is on is central, but still quiet.
Hip Hotels in Stockholm
- The Berns Hotel isn’t just a hotel, it’s one of Stockholm’s best loved venues, known for concerts, and for its nightclub and popular restaurant. It’s centrally located, and has 82 boutique style rooms and suites with a clean, contemporary Scandinavian style and plenty of personality.
- Just three stops from the centre of town on the metro, the Hotel Rival has been stylishly converted from a 1930s cinema into a design hotel with plenty of Swedish flair. Expect wooden floors, lots of natural light and contemporary art, and there’s a cinema, a bakery and a bistro on the ground floor. You’re close to many of the main sights too, but not too close.
- Right in the centre of town, the Story Hotel is the epitome of Swedish chic - minimalist, but with plenty of style. There are 87 large rooms and suites with plenty of natural light and boutique furnishings, plus a fantastic restaurant and bar.
- Downtown Camper by Scandic is a huge hotel in the heart of Stockholm, with decor that’s a happy marriage of Scandinavian chic and industrial minimalism. And a vibe to match. There are almost 500 rooms and suites in this hotel, and the facilities reflect this number: there’s a cinema, a spa, yoga studio, a games room, a rooftop pool and a lively cocktail bar. And of course a restaurant that’s popular with locals too. And they have skateboards you can borrow to help you get around.
- The Hotel with Urban Deli is what it says, a 106 room hotel, a deli and convenience store, with a rooftop bar and lounge too. It’s as trendy as it sounds, with industrial inspired design, super chic bathrooms, and fusion cuisine with a cooking school that will inspire you to fuse at home too. The location, in Norrmalm, is central and buzzy.
- The Nordic Light Hotel is a 1960s era building with minimalist interiors and some super cool lighting effects. The 175 rooms are contemporary all-white, with a clever light projection onto the beds. There’s a Californian themed restaurant, two bars and a spa. Oh so hip.
The Best Value Places to Stay in Stockholm
- Miss Clara by Nobis is a continental style hotel with Swedish design. Brand new, in a great location two minutes walk from central Stockholm. With 92 rooms, a restaurant, bar and sauna, this is a quiet, comfortable place to stay, and good value for Stockholm.
- Stallmastaregarden is quite a bit further away from the centre of town, but it’s in a beautiful, bay-side location right by the Hagaparken, and this rather rural setting carries across to the hotel too: it looks like a farmhouse, with low rise buildings and lots of gardens. The decor is simple and very Swedish, and the 49 rooms and suites are large and comfortable. It also has an excellent restaurant.
- Birger Jarl is a cross between a good but simple city break hotel, and a design hotel, so it’s got the sort of furnishings you’ll see in design magazines, but applied in a simple, unpretentious way. This is a big hotel, with 235 rooms and suites, and it’s that, and the Vasatan location that are probably responsible for it’s good value price tag. The lavish breakfast included in the room rate helps too. And there’s a chic bar and a lunge-restaurant.
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- Stockholm Arlanda Airport is well served by BA, SAS and Norwegian Airlines. There’s a bus called the Arlanda Express which takes you from the airport into the centre of town in 20minutes. Skavsta Airport is also close by and is popular with the low-cost carriers.
- If you’re thinking about hiring a car we recommend checking what our online partners, Rentalcars have to offer.
- Stockholm is beautiful in winter, but it’s also cold and very dark, so if you’ve not been to the city before you’re better off visiting between May and September when the days are longer. Summer is a popular time to visit, with temperatures in the mid-20s and daylight lasting until 11 or 12pm. Spring and autumn are quieter times to visit.
Still not sure where to stay in Stockholm?
- You could expand your search to include the best places to stay in Jarfalla? or the best places to stay in Sandhamn, which is one of the seaward islands.
- Or you could contact one of our friendly Gurus for personalised advice.
Best Hotels in Stockholm
Hotel Langholmen Stockholm 112 rooms from £41Value chic - A great value base in an exciting prison conversion from which to explore the city sightsGroups - With a variety of room sizes this is ideal for groups and conferencesLively area - In the thick of the action.Local markets - Good for local colour.
Quirky prison conversion on a central Stockholm island with a buzzing communal terrace. Smart, unfussy rooms hark back to their prison origins with simple metal bunks, bare walls and modern furniture. Really great for groups and families, with a popular beach area just a few steps away! See More
Miss Clara by Nobis Stockholm 92 rooms from £103Sights nearby - The Royal Palace, exclusive shopping and fabulous restaurants nearby.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.
Swedish design meets a continental approach to service and interaction in this brand-new, tastefully designed hotel. It offers a restaurant, bar, sauna and a great location - just 2 minutes walk from central Stockholm. This property is recommended for a quiet, comfortable stay in a beautiful city. See More
The Winery Hotel Stockholm 184 rooms from £99Foodies - With a focus on wine and delicious food, this is a great choice for foodiesSwimming Pool - Outdoor poolSecluded setting - For escaping.Views - Great views from hotel
Delightful boutique hotel and winery with a gorgeous rooftop terrace and pool. Expect an original experience centred around food and wine with tastings galore. Industrial factory vibes are the order of the day with rooms featuring exposed brick walls, tall windows and hip modern fittings. A treat! See More
Ulfsunda Slott Stockholm 54 rooms from £102Country Escape - This is Stockholm's closest castle and is nestled in countryside just outside the city, ideal for escaping the city buzzSights nearby - It's just a 15-minute drive into the city where you can see the sights or visit the many museums and galleriesCooking classes - Take a cooking class at the hotel and learn to serve up tasty Swedish mealsGreat walks - Go on one of the pretty lakeside walks nearby
Idyllic castle hotel with pretty gardens and lake views. Expect a pleasant balance of traditional and contemporary styles, with classic furniture, quirky decor and statement patterns. Individually decorated rooms vary from minimal Scandi-chic to opulent luxury. A romantic base to suit many tastes. See More
Stallmastaregarden Stockholm 49 rooms from £126Outstanding location - Set close to the bay and a natural park, yet still in the city centre.Charming - A delightful country side style haven in the city centre.Romantic BreakLocal markets - Good for local colour.Recommended by - Tablet, CN Traveller
A farmhouse style hotel in a winning location. A luxury rustic oasis set between a lake and a natural park, yet still minutes from the city centre. Pastels and Swedish simplicity in large rooms and suites. Excellent restaurant and stunning grounds. Extremely romantic, simply peaceful. See More
Freys Hotel Stockholm 127 rooms from £116Local exploring - A great central location ideal for quick access to cultural hotspots and main shopping areasGreat walks - Explore the secret gardens of Tantolunden park; walk the full perimeter of pretty Kungsholmen islandLively - Hip and happening.Local markets - Good for local colour.
Modern hotel bang in the centre with a lively bar and a rooftop offering amazing city views. Sleek interiors have a dark palette of greys accented by quirky furniture, while the smart rooms come in various styles, with fun wallpapers and modern decor. A handy and hip city bolthole. See More
Browallshof Stockholm 17 rooms from £142City Style - An elegant and intimate 18th century hotel, away from the hustle and bustle, with great access links to central Stockholm.Sights nearby - A 7 minute metro ride takes you into old Stockholm. Wander the cobbed streets and admire the 17th-century architecture.Great walks - Stroll through Vanadislunden Park just five minutes from the hotel.Sailing - Take a boat trip to view Stockholm's stunning waterfront.Recommended by - Frommers
Hotel Kungstradgarden Stockholm 94 rooms from £123City Style - A romantic french-style hotel in the heart of Stockholm's shopping districtLocal markets - Rummage the vintage stores in the Södermalm area, which also has pop-up flea markets in the summer monthsGreat walks - Watch the sun go down from Monteliusvägen cliff path, a leafy trail with views of the old citySights nearby - Head to the nearby King's Garden (Kungsträdgården) and the Royal Palace
An elegant Parisian-style hotel in an early 20th-century mansion. Inside, expect grand crystal chandeliers and refined, classic furniture. Attractive rooms in a pretty palette of duck-egg blue and cream feature high ceilings and tastefully framed pictures. Don't miss the delightful French cuisine. See More
Birger Jarl Stockholm 235 rooms from £144City Style - A stylish contemporary hotel well positioned in the city.Sights nearby - Visit the nearby Stockholm Observatory.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.Recommended by - Michelin Travel
Villa Kallhagen Stockholm 36 rooms from £125City Style - An idyll surrounded by lovely gardens and canals just 10 minutes from the centre, ideally located for exploring the cityLocal markets - For some vintage shopping check out the Södermalm area, which also has pop-up flea markets in the summer monthsGreat walks - Go to the Monteliusvägen cliff path or to Nacka wildlife park for some lovely walksSights nearby - Head to the Royal Djurgården just around the corner for a refreshing walkRecommended by - Great Small Hotels
Peaceful hotel with a terrace offering expansive views across the lovely garden to the large canal. Inside expect a stylish minimalism with unfussy patterned carpets and chic modern furniture, while smart rooms have pretty accents of colour and exude a cosiness perfect for the chilly months! See More
Hotel J Stockholm 158 rooms from £145Families - Plenty of kids activities and facilities.Views - Lovely waterfront location.Sights nearby - Gamla Stan old town.SpaRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, I Escape
Esplanade Stockholm 34 rooms from £150Local exploring - Right on the famed Strandvägen Street in central Stockholm, just a few minutes from the beach and all of the city's main sights.Full of characterViews - Great views from hotelRomantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - Frommers
Nordic Light Hotel Stockholm 175 rooms from £150City StyleSights nearby - Located in the centre of Stockholm, just five minutes walk from the main square.Views - Great views from hotelLively - Hip and happening.Recommended by - Tablet, CN Traveller
Pop House hotel Stockholm (Djurgårdsvägen 68) 49 rooms from £152Business meetings - A hotspot for hosting events with a meeting room and a suite terrace that can accommodate upto 50 persons.Local exploring - Boasts an excellent location on Djurgården island, a less touristy option for exploring the sights.Sights nearby - The Swedish Music Hall of Fame cannot be missed.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.
Hotel With Urban Deli Stockholm 106 rooms from £134City Style - Keeping guests right on the pulse of Stockholm's scene with a great location, and buzzing entertainment areas in the building.Cooking classes - Take a cooking course in the deli's cookery school.Lively - Hip and happening.Quirky - An experience!
A trendy spot in central Stockholm made up of a hotel, deli, rooftop bar, convenience shop and lounge. Contemporary rooms boast oh-so chic bathrooms and quirky industrially inspired design. Urban Deli serves fusion cuisine and the rooftop bar is the perfect spot for an evening tipple. Fabulous. See More
Hotel At Six Stockholm 343 rooms from £137City Style - Ideally located in a hip downtown area near main shopping streets and buzzing bars, and not far from the city's main sightsArtworksSights nearby - Head to the nearby Royal Palace, scale the tower of The City Hall and visit Drottningholm Palace on the outskirts of the cityLively area - In the thick of the action.Recommended by - Tablet
A sleek hotel housing a superb modern art collection set in a brutalist building in the centre. Albeit it rather swish, there's a friendly vibe with comfy sofas and pleasant lighting. Rooms have a subdued palette of elegant greys and typically Scandi-chic fittings. The cuisine is a real highlight. See More
Lady Hamilton Hotel Stockholm 34 rooms from £139Local exploring - Situated in the heart of the old town area Gamla Stan, right next to the Royal Palace and very close to many of the main sightsGreat walks - Watch the sun go down from Monteliusvägen cliff path, a leafy trail with views of the old citySights nearby - Pay a visit to Stockholm Cathedral, the Royal Palace and the Royal Armoury nearbyLocal markets - Good for local colour.
A charming Lady Hamilton themed hotel in an old 15th-century building. Interiors mix feminine and nautical elements, and feature pretty fabrics, fine rugs and framed pictures, while the rooms have charming stylised Scandinavian paintings and splashes of colour. Don't miss the generous breakfasts! See More
Blique by Nobis Stockholm (Vasastan) 249 rooms from £141Romantic Break - With stylish suites, a sauna and rooftop terrace that overlooks Stockholm, this hotel is great for a romantic city breakLocal exploring - Situated in the bohemian Vasastan neighbourhood, book this hotel as a base for cultural exploring in StockholmCity Style - Set in a contemporary design property with minimalist interiors, this hotel has lots of chic Stockholm styleSailing - Explore Stockholm’s archipelago by boat; don't miss the Schweizerbadet, a sandy cove great for swimmingRecommended by - Design Hotels, Mr & Mrs Smith
This contemporary design hotel is located in up-and-coming Hagastaden, the unofficial arts district of Stockholm. Set in a custom-built property, the hotel offers minimalist guestrooms with bespoke lighting rigs. Enjoy panoramic city views from the hotel's chic roof terrace. See More
Hotel Sven Vintappare Stockholm 7 rooms from £150Romantic Break - Cosy, romantic hotel tucked in the central and picturesque medieval quarter, ideal for couples and honeymoonersSights nearby - Head to the Royal Palace, just a short stroll awayDesigner - Uniquely designed interiors.Lively area - In the thick of the action.
A charming 16th-century townhouse in the heart of the city with a friendly downstairs café. Interiors feature wooden beams and old-fashioned latch doors, and the rustic-chic rooms are cosy with bare wood, pretty panelling and cheerful fabrics. A lovely little nest ideal for a quiet romantic getaway. See More
First Hotel Reisen Stockholm 144 rooms from £173City Style - A sophisticated and grown up location for exploring the sights of the archipelago's of Stockholm.Sights nearby - Centrally located, the hotel is only a five minute walk from the Royal Palace.TraditionalSwimming Pool - Indoor/outdoor
A grand hotel of classical proportions in Stockholm's old town. The rooms are smart and comfortable with tasteful furnishings. Enjoy Franco-Swedish fusion cuisine in the restaurant, followed by live DJ performance in the atmospheric bar. Perfectly placed for exploring Stockholm's city centre. See More
Downtown Camper by Scandic Stockholm 494 rooms from £151City Style - A cool, centrally located, hotel complete with rooftop pool, games room and lively cocktail barLocal exploring - Use one of the hotel's skateboards or bicycles to get around the city in styleGreat walks - Take a walking tour of the city with the hotel's conciergeSwimming Pool - Rooftop pool
A large stylish hotel in the heart of the city. Interiors have that classic Scandi-style mixed with a cool industrial feel. Offering an in-house cinema, spa, yoga studio and games room, to name just a few. A lively restaurant serves superb seasonal dishes and is popular with locals too. Fabulous. See More
Grand Hotel, Stockholm Stockholm 278 rooms from £185Foodies - Star-chef Mathias Dahlgren runs the two Michelin starred restaurant Matsalen, and next door Matbaren has one Michelin star!City Style - A magnificent property looking out onto the waterfront, boasting a Hall of Mirrors, a 1899 ballroom and a Winter Garden.Sights nearby - Visit the impressive Royal Palace, just across the road and well worth checking out.Swimming Pool - Indoor PoolRecommended by - Fodors, Frommers, Kiwi Collection, Michelin Travel
The Grand Dame of Stockholm, overlooking the harbour and the royal palace. Feel like royalty in the elegant rooms, magnificent suites, and grand reception rooms. Boasting two Michelin starred restaurants and a rejuvenating Nordic spa. A historic spot with to explore the city from. See More
Hotel Diplomat Stockholm 130 rooms from £166Romantic Break - This luxurious hotel in a atmospheric art nouveau building is ideal for a romantic getawaySights nearby - Go and explore the green scenery of Djurgården, Karlaplan and the vibrant StureplanGreat walks - Head to Nacka nature reserve for some wonderful walksLively area - In the thick of the action.Recommended by - Tablet
Waterfront hotel in an old Art Nouveau building with a buzzing restaurant. Expect a classic style with high ceilings and original period features as well as the latest modern comforts. Rooms exude a simple Scandinavian luxury with a muted palette of creams, very comfy beds and views to die for! See More
Berns Hotel Stockholm (Nockstromsgatan 8) 82 rooms from £193City Style - This trendy spot is one of Stockholm's best loved hotels and entertainment venues, dripping in elegance and glamour.Sailing - During the summer months take a boat out to the archipelago of Vaxholm.Lively - Hip and happening.Full of characterRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Frommers, Michelin Travel, Good Hotel Guide
Hotel Rival Stockholm 99 rooms from £193City Style - This former 1930s cinema is now Stockholm's trendiest design hotel with chic uber cool interiors by top Swedish designers.Great walks - Wander around the cobbled streets of Gamla Stan just 10 minutes from the hotel.Sailing - Take a boat trip to admire Stockholm's stunning waterfront.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.Recommended by - I Escape, Fodors, Frommers, Tablet
Fresher and friendlier than other boutique hotels, the Rival is the market leader in comfort and design. The rooms are chic, young and bright with wooden floors, lots of light, and modern artworks. The cinema, bakery and bistro on the ground floor are a winning combination. An ideal city base. See More
Story Hotel Stockholm 87 rooms from £158City StyleChicQuirky - Unusual art and fixtures throughout the propertySights nearby - Bang in the centre of StockholmRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, CN Traveller
Skeppsholmen Stockholm 78 rooms from £204City Style - An achingly hip design hotel on the serene, leafy island of Skeppsholmen, but just short walk to the city centre.Sights nearby - The Royal Palace is one of the largest in Europe and stands impressively overlooking the water.Views - Great views from hotelTraditionalRecommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Fodors, Design Hotels
A minimalistic design hotel on a quiet island close to the city centre. White on white rooms with large windows, blond wood floors and uber modern bathrooms. Swedish food served in a relaxed friendly restaurant. Perks include a waterfront tennis court and yoga in the park. A modern escape. See More
Clarion Sign Stockholm 558 rooms from £204City Style - A contemporary hotel in central Stockholm, with sleek suites, rooftop spa and stunning city views.Sights nearby - Visit the cities narrowest street, Mårten Trotzigs gränd, just one meter wide.Views - Great views from hotelLively - Hip and happening.Recommended by - Frommers
A big middle-market hotel that delivers the goods with a strong Nordic flavour. A dramatic building with ultra-modern interiors - lots of glass, wooden floors, curvaceous chairs, white washed walls, and natural light. Fantastic roof top spa and swimming pool. Well run and well located. See More
Nobis Hotel Stockholm 201 rooms from £220Sights nearby - Walk the cobbled streets of Gamla Stan, old Stockholm, and admire the 17th-century architecture.Recommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Michelin Travel
By redefining luxury for today’s traveller, Nobis will become Stockholm’s leading luxury hotel. Sophistication and elegance oozes from every room - natural colours and materials and fine craftsmanship. Beautiful bar and restaurants and extensive meeting rooms. A five-star for the 21st century. See More
Victory Stockholm (Gamla Stan) 45 rooms from £240Local exploring - A characterful hotel on the medieval island of Gamla Stan, the oldest part of Stockholm, perfect for exploring.Sailing - Sightseeing boatrips leave from the quayside outside the Grand Hotel.Great walks - Wander around Gamla Stan and admire its 17th-century architecture.Sights nearby - Visit the nearby Kungliga Slottet (Royal palace).Recommended by - I Escape, Frommers, Small Luxury Hotels
Lydmar Hotel Stockholm 46 rooms from £268Romantic Break - A quintessential Stockholm stay for two, this chic hotel boasts a trendy terrace bar, luxe rooms and unmistakable style.Sailing - Archipelago boat tours regularly depart from Strömkajen Harbour 100m from the hotel.Sights nearby - The Storkyrkan and Riddarholm churches and Royal Palace are nearby.Views - Great views from hotelRecommended by - Small Luxury Hotels, Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Kiwi Collection
The best located of all the modern ‘designer’ hotels in the city. Interiors marry old with new to great effect, think period features, four-poster beds, plasterwork, and sleek modern furnishings by international designers. The lively terrace bar attracts a young hip crowd. A chic choice. See More
Bank Hotel Stockholm Stockholm 115 rooms from £241Local exploring - Perfectly positioned in the sophisticated Östermalm district with many of the city's main attractions within walking distanceRomantic - Good for couples.Full of characterLandmark - Comes with a reputation.Recommended by - Small Luxury Hotels
Originally a bank, now a chic hotel, in an unbeatable spot in the smart Östermalm district. Good design has merged the original grand architecture with softer, cleaner contemporary style. The rooms are bright and spacious, decorated with modern art and featuring Diptyque Paris products. Fabulous. See More
Ett Hem Stockholm 12 rooms from £350Suites - Every luxurious room is individually decorated with natural products including Gotland stone, sheep skin rugs.Restaurant - Fabulous food, the chef will ask you where you wish to eat - in the Kitchen, dining room or conservatoryDesigner - Uniquely designed interiors.Romantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - Small Luxury Hotels
Ett Hem means 'a home', and this is exactly what the owners wanted for their understated, classic boutique hotel. For guests to take off their shoes, pour a drink and relax. Enviable modern art is assembled with classic and contemporary furniture. Faultless concept and interiors for a chic break. See More