Luxury Hotels in Stockholm
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- Central Stockholm
- Ericsson Globe
- Hotorget Square
- Stockholm International Fairs and Congress Centre
- Friends Arena
- Tele2 Arena
- King's Garden
- Sergels Square
- Globen Shopping Mall
- Royal Swedish Opera
- Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre
- Hovet Arena
- Stockholm City Conference Centre
- Oscar Theatre
- Tivoli Grona Lund
- Stockholm Olympic Stadium
Stockholm Luxury Hotels
Things to see in Stockholm
Begin your vacation by cruising the famous canals with a private and tailored tour that explores the town and its enchanting culture. Hop off your boat tour to pay a visit to the Vasa Museum—home to the world’s only 17th-century preserved sunken warship. Enjoy leisurely lunches at the city’s Michelin-starred restaurants, where Swedish chefs have combined traditional cuisine and modern techniques, inspired by the sea around them. Take a trip to Djurgarden—a relaxing and peaceful retreat with green spaces and leafy parklands where you can pick up a bicycle and tour the island. Don’t miss out on a shopping trip to the high-fashion stores of the glamorous Östermalm and Bibliotekstan districts. The streets are lined with luxury stores from the biggest brands in the world of fashion. Stockholm is the ideal luxury vacation destination and a buzzing hotspot offering culture, history, fashion and fine dining.
Luxury hotels in Stockholm
Luxury hotels in Stockholm are a showcase for Swedish design, ranging from swanky architectural compositions in urban bolt-holes to Nordic modern minimalism in traditional 17th-century buildings. Regardless of the decor, your every need will be catered for. Luxury rooms and suites are furnished with state-of-the-art facilities, and the hotels offer upscale amenities in the form of spas, saunas, gyms, swimming pools, free WiFi, and on-site bars and restaurants. Luxury hotels in Stockholm are perfectly located within walking distance of the city’s most fashionable shopping and dining districts with easy access to the town’s landmarks and attractions. Many high-end Stockholm hotels enjoy picturesque views over the harbors.
Where to stay in Stockholm
The winding streets of Stockholm’s Old Town—Gamla Stan—are lined with exceptional restaurants, boutiques, cafés, and bars, all housed in traditional colorful buildings. This is the place to stay to be in the mix and for a feel of old-world European charm. SoFo is a laid-back district with its finger on the pulse; heaving with cool and creative boutiques, leading fashion stores, hipster cafés, and diverse restaurants. At its heart is Nytorget Square—the place to be for its buzzing after-dark social scene. Östermalm is the epicenter of Stockholm’s nightclubs whilst Bibliotekstan is the go-to district for well-heeled, affluent shoppers with plenty of luxury Scandinavian and international boutiques.
How to get to Stockholm
Located 25 miles from Stockholm city, Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the largest of Stockholm’s four airports. No matter where you land, it’s easy to travel to Stockholm by airport coaches, taxis, and trains. For the quickest and most stress-free way into the city, opt for the Arlanda Express train with departures every 15 minutes you’ll be in the heart of the capital in 20-minutes. Alternatively hop into a taxi for a 40-minute journey, or arrange an airport transfer through your luxury hotel in Stockholm.
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