Hotels in Stockholm

Hotels in Stockholm offer outstanding accommodations in a city nicknamed “Beauty on the Water”. Known for its parks, architecture, museums, attractive inhabitants, award-winning restaurants and quality of life, Stockholm is located on Sweden’s southeast coast. Cobblestone streets and deep-orange buildings are fixtures of this major Nordic city. A port city on the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is positioned across the water from Finland to its northeast, Estonia to its east and Latvia to its southeast. By way of the Gulf of Finland, Stockholm is accessible to St. Petersburg, Russia. Made up of 14 islands and over 50 bridges, Beauty on the Water indeed has a intriguing Viking history. Keep in mind that English is widely spoken, that walking around is advisable, and that many museums have free admittance. Alcohol is not for sale in supermarkets, and must be bought at a government-owned Systembolaget. While you might not find Swedes smiling back at you often, they are generally quite polite and gracious. Stockholm’s currency is the Swedish Krona and the drinking age is 18 years old. Stockholm events include Stockholm International Film Festival, Stockholm Jazz Festival, Lollapalooza Stockholm, Popaganda Festival, IMPRA Jazz Festival, Stockholm Marathon, Stockholm Kulturfestival, Stockholm Music & Arts Festival, A Taste of Stockholm, Midsummer and Stockholm Folk Festival. Hotels in Stockholm are some of the best in all of Scandinavia. Before we get to hotels in Stockholm, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Prior to the Ice Age’s end circa 8000 BC, many people had migrated southward from the Stockholm-area to escape the cold.  Around 1000 AD when temperatures rose, many Vikings migrated back northward to the present-day Stockholm area. Old Town was built by Vikings near Lake Mälaren at around this time. Agnafit was the Norse word pertaining to where Lake Mälaren met the Baltic Sea. The first known written reference to Stockholm dates to 1252, when iron was mined in Bergslagen. The oldest surviving Swedish chronicle, the Eric Chronicals, attributes Stockholm’s finding to Birger Jarl. In the summer of 1187, Birger Jarl build the city to protect against Karelian invasions following the pillage of Sigtuna. Present-day Old Town was built around the mid-13th century. From 1296 to 1478, Stockholm’s City Council numbered 24 members, half of whom were German-speaking burghers. Strategically positioned on the Baltic Sea, Stockholm traded with and took culture from Lübeck, Hamburg, Gdańsk, Visby, Reval, and Riga. Relations between the Danish Kings and the Kalmar Union were strong during the 15th century.  In 1634, Stockholm became the official capital of the Swedish empire. Thereafter, it was inflicted by plague in 1710, expanded both geographically and technologically in the 19th century, and became more modernized during the second half of the 20th century.

Sweden’s capital and the Nordic countries‘ most populous urban city, Stockholm is home to around 1 million Swedes. One of Europe’s fastest-growing regions, the city is estimated to grow in population to about 2.5 million by 2024. Stockholm’s climate is oceanic. High temperatures range from around 75-degrees Fahrenheit in July, to around freezing in January. Around summer solstice time, the sky darkens near nautical twilight, casting a brilliant blue coloration after sunset. Many of Sweden’s cultural institutions can be found in Stockholm, including three Worlds’ Heritage Sites: Drottningholm Palace, Skogskyrkogården (The Woodland Cemetery) and Birka, a Viking Age trading center. Major points of interest include Old Town, Skeppsbron, Stockholm City Hall, Hötorget buildings, Ericsson Globe, Stockholm Palace, Stockholm Stock Exchange, Stockholm Observatory, Stockholm School of Economics, Djurgården, Riddarholmskyrkan, Vasa Museum, Nationalmuseum, Moderna Museet, Skansen, Royal Dramatic Theatre, Royal Swedish Opera, Stockholm City Theatre, Gröna Lund, Friends Arena and Stockholms Olympiastadion. Popular foods are kanelbulle (cinnamon buns), meatballs, herring, godis (candy), husmanskost (home-cooked food) and toast skagen (a type of toast with shrimp). Drinks include vodka, beer and wine. Now that we have some background information on the city, it’s time for hotels in Stockholm that will help make for an unforgettable trip.

 

 

 

Ett Hem

2 Sköldungagatan

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

KTH Library

Ett Hem boasts a restaurant, a bar, a fitness center, a sauna, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, elegant decor and an outdoor courtyard. Nearby are Embassy of Switzerland, Engelbrektskyrkan (church), Galerie Forsblom (art gallery), Sekelskifte (architectural salvage store), the VENUE (hair dresser), Jarla Grillen (grill), Mr Cake (pastry shop), Flying Fish (sushi restaurant), One More (Vietnamese restaurant), Bullar&Bröd (cafe), Two Fat Ladies (brunch restaurant), iDance Studio (salsa classes), Loyal (art gallery), Matbutiken Tekniska Högskolan (grocery store), Macchina Espresso Bar and more.

Within feet:

      • KTH Library
      • Stockholm Stadium
      • Stockholm Public Library
      • Stockholm School of Economics
      • Royal College of Music in Stockholm
      • Stockholm Concert Hall
      • Hotorgshallen

Within 1.4 miles:

      • Stockholm Cathedral

Within 1.7 miles:

      • Monteliusvägen

Ett Hem is 4.5 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom mezzanine suite): $923

 

 

 

Hotel Rival

Mariatorget 3, Södermalm

Hotels in Stockholm

Mariatorget

Set in a 1930s Art Déco building, Hotel Rival has flat-screen TVs, Blu-ray players, luxury beds, free WiFi, iPhone docking stations, pillow menus, Egyptian cotton sheets, bathrobes, slippers, Mariatorget Square views, free tea/coffee and cookies, a restaurant and a bar. In the area you may find Teater Rival (performing arts theater), Salong Beauty Hair (hairdresser), Saga (gym), Gustaf Mellbin (lingerie store), SKÅLEN (salad shop), Studio Pauline (hairdresser), Siv & Åke (vintage clothing store), Staffars (comic book store), Gertab Sjukvårdsprodukter (beauty supply store), Söders Hjärta (restaurant), Hjärtats (bar), TONY’S (pizza restaurant) and more.

Within feet:

      • Mariatorget
      • Repslagarparken
      • The Royal Palace Stockholm
      • Museum of Medieval Stockholm
      • Fotografiska Swedish Museum of Photography

Within 1 mile:

      • Museum of Modern Art
      • Sergels Torg Square

Within 1.3 miles:

      • Vasa Museum
      • Stureplan
      • Army Museum

Within 2.1 miles:

      • Globen Ski Lift

Within 6 miles:

      • Drottningholm Palace
      • Stensöbadet Beach

Hotel Rival is 5 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $350

 

 

 

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Lydmar Hotel

Södra Blasieholmshamnen 2, Norrmalm

Hotels in Stockholm

National Museum of Fine Arts

With Old Town and Royal Palace views, a restaurant, artwork, free WiFi, spacious rooms, wooden floors, original stucco work, wood beams, high windows, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars and a seasonal outdoor terrace, Lydmar Hotel is in the vicinity of Nationalmuseum (art museum), Restaurant Nationalmuseum (Swedish restaurant), ‘Arch’ by Ai Weiwei (sculpture), Grand Hôtel Nordic Spa & Fitness (spa), Mathias Dahlgren Matbaren (Swedish restaurant), Strömkajen (observation deck), Skeppsholmsbron (bridge), SS Orion (history museum), Stockholm Toy Museum, Eric Ericsonhallen (event venue), M/S Fladen (historical landmark), Bistro Créme (restaurant), Wallmans Stockholm (restaurant), Grand Hôtel Royal (restaurant), Restaurant Verandan (Swedish restaurant) and more.

Within feet:

      • National Museum of Fine Arts
      • The Royal Palace
      • Batteriparken
      • Museum of Medieval Stockholm
      • The Hallwyl Museum
      • Sergels Torg Square
      • Vasa Museum

Within  1.8 miles:

      • Kaknästornet TV Tower

Within 2.5 miles:

      • Brunnsviksbadet Beach
      • Sickla Beach

Within 7 miles:

      • Drottningholm Palace

Within 9 miles:

      • Bogesund Castle

Lydmar Hotel is 5 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (large king room): $701

Cost per person (three people): $233

 

 

 

Bank Hotel

Arsenalsgatan 6

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

Berzelii Park

Bank Hotel features free WiFi, an on-site restaurant, a fitness center, stylish furnishings, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, coffee machines, slippers, a lobby bar, room service, in-room breakfast and a top floor terrace bar. Nearby you may find Bistro Arsenalen, Wedholms Fisk (seafood restaurant), St. Eugenia’s Church (Catholic church), Cafe Kanvas, Sällskapet (social club), Stallet (live music venue), Musikaliska (live music venue) and more.

Within feet:

      • Berzelii Park
      • Kungsträdgården
      • Royal Dramatic Theater Stockholm
      • Royal Swedish Opera
      • Museum of Medieval Stockholm
      • Stockholm City Hall
      • ABBA The Museum

Within 1.8 miles:

      • Långholmen

Bank Hotel is 4.8 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $1,384

 

 

 

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Villa Dagmar

Nybrogatan 25-27, Östermalm

Hotels in Stockholm

Stockholm Army Museum

Featuring a fitness center, private parking, a restaurant, a bar, concierge service, a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, room service, free WiFi, desks, flat-screen TVs, balconies, safety deposit boxes and a buffet or continental breakfast, Villa Dagmar is near Schmaltz Bar & Delicatessen (restaurant), Nybroe Smörrebröd (restaurant), Betsy Sandberg Choklad (chocolate artisan), Östermalms saluhall (market), Östermalmsgrillen (grill), Lisa Elmqvist (seafood restaurant), Brasserie Astoria (restaurant) and more.

Within feet:

      • Stockholm Army Museum
      • The Hallwyl Museum
      • Berzelii Park
      • Swedish History Museum
      • National Museum of Fine Arts
      • Sergels Torg Square

Within 1.1 miles:

      • Katarina Elevator

Within 1.8 miles:

      • Kaknästornet TV Tower

Within 2.7 miles:

      • Sickla Ski Lift

Within 5 miles:

      • Lila Viken Beach

Villa Dagmar is 5 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $1,270

 

 

 

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Mini Villa Stockholm Älvsjö S61

Svartlösavägen 61, Älvsjö

Hotels in Stockholm

Långbrogårdsparken

Mini Villa Stockholm Älvsjö S61 has 2 bedrooms, a patio, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchenette and a terrace with garden views. Aloë (restaurant), Glossy Beauty Bar (beauty salon), Hos Ottebjer Ab (hairdresser), Studio Mimundo (gym), Hårkreatören (hairdresser), TESO Sushi & Ramen (ramen restaurant), Lundbergs Konditori Älvsjö (bakery), Fru Marias Bak (cafe), The Långbro Pub (restaurant) and more are within range.

Within feet:

      • Långbrogårdsparken
      • Standarkullen
      • Lerkrogsparken
      • Älvsjö gamla IP

Within 4.3 miles:

      • Fotografiska Swedish Museum of Photography

Within 4.4 miles:

      • The Royal Palace
      • Drottningholm Palace

Within 4.8 miles:

      • Stureplan

Within 5 miles:

      • Flottsbro Ski Lift

Mini Villa Stockholm Älvsjö S61 is 5 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom house): $106

Cost per person (four people): $26

 

 

 

Villa Berkle

Fiskebyvägen, 11, Enskede – Årsta – Vantör

Hotels in Stockholm

Aspvirket

Providing 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a terrace, a barbecue, a garden, a flat-screen TV, a computer, a seating area and a fully-equipped kitchen, Villa Berkle is in the vicinity of 7 Bites Sushibar Svedmyra (sushi restaurant), Ivanders pizzeria & salladsbar (pizza restaurant), Anjas Vedugn (restaurant), Burger Mansion Stockholm (hamburger restaurant), Pizzeria Tallkrogen (pizza restaurant) and more.

Within feet:

      • Aspvirket
      • Farfarstäppan
      • Tussmöteparken

Within 1 mile:

      • Häradsdomaren

Within 1.1 miles:

      • Mellankrokarna
      • Vårflodsparken
      • Margaretaparken

Within 1.3 miles:

      • Enskedeparken

Within 4 miles:

      • The Royal Palace
      • Museum of Modern Art
      • ABBA The Museum

Hotel Rival is 7 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (superior villa): $764

Cost per person (sixteen people): $47

 

 

 

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At Six

Brunkebergstorg 6

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

Royal Swedish Opera

At Six offers modern designs, a restaurant, a wine bar with an outdoor terrace, a 24-hour well-equipped gym, free WiFi, coffee machines, mini-bars, flat-screen TVs, rain showers, hairdryers, organic toiletries and its very own bakery. You may find Bastard Burgers (hamburger restaurant), The Fishery Gallerian (restaurant), Twilfit (lingerie store), Polarn O Pyret (children’s clothing store), Gâteau (bakery), Kapitel 8 (conference center) and more in the vicinity.

Within feet:

      • Royal Swedish Opera
      • Dance Museum
      • Kulturhuset
      • Museum of Medieval Stockholm
      • Klara Church
      • The Royal Palace
      • Stockholm Cathedral

Within 1.2 miles:

      • Gröna Lund Amusement Park

Within 1.3 miles:

      • Skansen Open-Air Museum

At Six is 4.6 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $4,025

Cost per person (four people): $1,006

 

 

 

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Miss Clara by Nobis

Sveavägen 48

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

Stockholm Concert Hall

With modern rooms, flat-screen TVs, bathrobes, free WiFi, limestone and tile bathrooms, hairdryers, an in-house restaurant, a lobby bar, a sauna and a gym, Miss Clara by Nobis is near IB WAHLSTRÖM (art supply store), Kol & Kox (Italian restaurant), Le Violon Dingue (bakery), AKO Beauty Stockholm (beauty salon), Mancini (Italian restaurant), MELT (cocktail bar), La Tentazione (Italian restaurant), RABI RABI the experience (hair salon) and more.

Within feet:

      • Stockholm Concert Hall
      • Hotorgshallen
      • Stockholm School of Economics
      • Stockholm Public Library
      • Royal Swedish Opera
      • The Royal Palace

Within 1.5 miles:

      • ABBA The Museum

Within 1.7 miles:

      • Långholmen

Miss Clara by Nobis is 4.3 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $255

 

 

 

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Freys Hotel

Bryggargatan 12

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

Klara Church

Freys Hotel provides bright decor, cable TV, bathrobes, slippers, free WiFi, a healthy buffet, in-room breakfast, a sauna, a restaurant and a bar with 300 Belgian beers. Nearby you’ll find Belgobaren (Belgian restaurant), Hår 3000 (hair salon), Ai Ramen Klara (restaurant), Blue Fox (clothing store), Saigon Baguette (bubble tea store), Sthlm Physique City (massage therapist), Frantzén (Swedish restaurant), Iris Hantverk (store), Vete-Katten (cafe), Bistro Bestick (bistro), Hairteam Bryggargatan (hair salon), Stockholm Massage Clinic, Warhammer (miniatures store), Träningspuls (gym), Frisör Maneian (hair salon), Swede Hollow (Swedish restaurant), Icebar (cocktail bar) and more.

Within feet:

      • Klara Church
      • Stockholm City Station
      • Sergels Torg Square
      • Stockholm Waterfront Conference Centre
      • Stockholm Cathedral
      • Army Museum
      • Monteliusvägen

Within 1.1 miles:

      • Katarina Elevator
      • Museum of Modern Art

Within 1.5 miles:

      • Fotografiska Swedish Museum of Photography

Within 2.4 miles:

      • Kaknästornet TV Tower

Within 6 miles:

      • Drottningholm Palace

Freys Hotel is 4.3 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (superior room plus with balcony): $259

Cost per person (four people): $65

 

 

 

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Downtown Camper by Scandic

Brunkebergstorg 9

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

Sergels Torg Square

Downtown Camper by Scandric has flat-screen TVs, refrigerators, free WiFi, hairdryers, a restaurant, a bar, a wellness area, a rooftop sauna, gym and pool with city views, yoga classes, a concierge and bicycle, skateboard and kayak rentals. Close to this hotel you may find The Nest (spa and health club), Brudgummen (clothing store), Bengans (record store), Systembolaget (liquor store), Yi’s Sushi & Cafe, Hosoi (bar), Tak (Swedish restaurant), Dedicated Sweden (clothing store), At Six Restaurang (restaurant), G-Star RAW Store (clothing store), Runner’s Store (shoe store), Holy Greens (restaurant), Gâteau (bakery), Polarn O Pyret (children’s clothing store) and more.

Within feet:

      • Sergels Torg Square
      • Stockholm Dance Museum
      • Nordiska Kompaniet
      • Museum of Medieval Stockholm
      • The Royal Palace
      • Stockholm City Hall

Within 1.1 miles:

      • Fotografiska Swedish Museum of Photography

Within 1 mile:

      • Mariatorget

Within 2.2 miles:

      • Kaknästornet TV Tower
      • Brunnsviksbadet Beach

Within 2.7 miles:

      • Globen Ski Lift

Downtown Camper by Scandric is 4.5 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (quadruple room): $250

Cost per person (four people): $63

 

 

 

Nordic Light Hotel

Vasaplan 7

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

Stockholm City Station

Featuring a sleek design, modern rooms, free WiFi, tea and coffee facilities, laptop-sized safes, satellite TVs, luxury beds, quality toiletries, an in-house restaurant and a terrace, Nordic Light Hotel is close to Almarna (park), Operakallaren (fine dining), St. Jacobs Kyrka (church), Royal Swedish Opera, Stockholms Medeltidsmuseum (history museum), Arvfurstens Palats (palace), Bagdad Café, Medelhavsmuseet (Ethnographic museum), Restaurang Tegelbacken (Swedish restaurant), Stadshuskällaren (Swedish restaurant), Monument of Engelbrekt (historical landmark), Stockholm City Hall, Tibnor Ship (historical landmark), Johan & Nyström (coffee shop), Hantverkargatan 9 (cafe), Nina’s Salladscafé (lunch restaurant) and more.

Within feet:

      • Stockholm City Station
      • Stockholm Central Station
      • Klara Church
      • Kulturhuset
      • Stockholm City Hall
      • Stockholm Cathedral

Within 1.3 miles:

      • Långholmen

Within 1.5 miles:

      • Gröna Lund Amusement Park

Nordic Light Hotel is 4.2 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $385

Cost per person (four people): $97

 

 

 

 

Victory Apartments

Lilla Nygatan 5

Hotels in Stockholm Sweden

Stortorget Square

With free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, modern decor, two bars, a restaurant, a communal sauna, seating and dining areas, fully-equipped kitchens and washing machines, Victory Apartments sits near Restaurant Leijontornet, The Burgundy (restaurant), Restaurang Flickan, Tritonia Ölverkstad (bar), La Ragazza (restaurant), Barrels (hamburger restaurant), Sound Pollution AB (record store), Bryggeri Munkbron (brewpub), Brinken (restaurant), Slingerbulten (Swedish restaurant), Bistro Matgatan 22 (restaurant), Little Britain Shop (gourmet grocery store), Centre Stockholm (restaurant), Fabrique (bakery), Gamla Stan Hof (restaurant), Christoffers Blommor KB (florist), Comics Heaven (comic book store), Brunos Bildverkstad AB (store), Got To Hurry – Musica (music store), StikkiNikki Gamla Stan (ice cream shop), Café Sven Vintappare, Wirströms Pub, The Meatball Shop Sthlm, Cafe Krans, Le Mirage (store), Papels Bengaliska (Asian restaurant), Grön Hermitage, Sänkdalens Glass (ice cream shop), Geronimo’s FGT (restaurant), Stampen (live music bar), Naturbageriet Sattva (bakery) and more.

Within feet:

      • Stortorget Square
      • House of Nobility
      • Nobel Museum
      • Stockholm Cathedral
      • Riddarholmen Church
      • Royal Swedish Opera
      • Army Museum

Within 1.4 miles:

      • Långholmen

Victory Apartments is 4.8 miles from Bromma Stockholm Airport.

Approximate cost per night (maisonette): $382

Cost per person (six people): $64

 

 

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So there they are, hotels in Stockholm that will help make for a memorable getaway. We hope you have found this information helpful and most of all, that you enjoy your time in Sweden!

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  2. I stayed last in Stockholm last summer. Had an amazing time there. I enjoyed visiting the most famous attractions + I enjoyed some nice cycling throughout the city. I’ve never stayed in any of those hotels you listed but I will have them in mind when I am next time in Sweden. I’ve stayed in Helstens Maalmgard hotel. It is a nice boutique hotel and the prices start at 150 EUR per night.

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  3. I’ve always wanted to visit Sweden and Stockholm in particular. Also, Gothenburg. Some cool looking hotels you covered for Stockholm. Do you know which one is closest to the historic part of Stockholm? I really want to explore the history and culture of Sweden. Also, do you know of any tours from Stockholm that visit places from the Viking Age? That would be so cool.

  4. Hey thank you for the awesome post!  I have been trying to figure out our next family vacation out of the country and Sweden was one of the countries that is on my radar!  I really like the Nordic Light Hotel, and the suite price is actually pretty decent in my opinion.  I like how it is close to a palace!  That would be pretty awesome to see!

  5. Awesome. I an automotive engineer and next year i will go to visit Volvo factory in Goteborg – Sweden. 

    On my visit plan I want to go in Stockholm to visit this beautiful city. Because is my responsibility to find a place where to stay with my work colleagues, i will take my favorite one. I see here the Nordic light Hotel which looks great. There’s a lot of positive review that makes me to definitely choose it. The design of the hotel, the rooms and the food looks fantastic.

    Thanks for this , you really helped me. 

  6. Hi there, 

    Wonderful article! I’m actually planning to make a trip to Scandinavia next year, so I’ll probably be in Sweden for about a week. Stockholm will be my last stop. This article gave me a good insight on the hotels in Stockholm, so thanks for that! This really helped me out. 

    Have a great day! 

  7. The old town penthouse looks great. You can literally wake up with the sunlight every morning. Plus, everything is so close, you can literally walk there. And we can afford it, so that’s perfect!

    I’m going to Stockholm with 4 of my friends and I’m pretty sure that’s the place we’ll stay. Thanks for the recommendation!

  8. My favourite one is definitely the one from Second home apartments. Not only because I love the apartment, but also because it has a comedy club and an art gallery! And they even have a bar called Loch Ness. How much cooler could it be?

    It may be a little more expensive than most of them, but it’s totally worth it.

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