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You’re looking for luxury accommodation? You want to spend the night in a designer room? You want to try out a boutique hotel? Or would you prefer accommodation at a fair price? We’ve compiled a list of select addresses for every taste.

    • Hotel Birger Jarl

      Swedish design
      This enchanting hotel was one of the first to feature modern Swedish design. Each room has a different look reminiscent of various designers. Traditional Sweden is honoured by the red walls in the lobby. The rooms are bright and modern with beautiful coloured accents. If you'd like to immerse yourself in nostalgia, ask for a retro room done in a 70s style. Incidentally, Birger Jarl founded Stockholm in 1254.
      Tulegatan 8
      11353 Stockholm
      +46 8 674 18 10
      Hotel Birger Jarl
    • Hotel J

      Design hotel
      Hotel J in Nacka Strand is a unique eye-catcher and one of those hotels you never want to leave. What could be better than relaxing in front of the fire, looking out on the sea. Comfortable white armchairs in the lounge invite guests to chill. The hotel features 158 stylish rooms and two restaurants. Tasteful accessories beautify every corner of this design hotel in an old brick building dating from 1912. Even the bathrooms offer a great view.
      Ellensviksvägen 1
      131 28 Stockholm
      +46 8 601 30 00
      hotelj.com
    • Hotel Rival

      An oasis of comfort
      Since 2002, Hotel Rival has belonged to no one less illustrious than ABBA member Benny Andersson. It's a wonderful blend of accommodation, restaurant, bakery and cinema. There are five different room types, each decorated with a picture of a different Swedish film classic. Amenities include a Playstation, CD player and glass-enclosed bathroom. There is also a 24-hour breakfast service for night owls.
      Mariatorget 3
      11891 Stockholm
      +46 8 545 789 00
      Hotel Rival
    • Af Chapman

      Sleep affordably on the ship
      Mister Chapman, from Whitehaven England, had the handsome ship Dunboyne wrought in 1888. When the Swedish tourist association took the three-master over in 1949, they turned it into a youth hostel with 290 beds. Nowadays, the Af Chapman is a permanent part of Stockholm's urban landscape and extremely popular. Breakfasting on the deck with its gorgeous view facing the palace is unforgettable. Make sure to reserve early.
      Flaggmansvägen 8
      11149 Stockholm
      +46 8 463 22 66
      Af Chapman
    • Rex Hotel

      Uncomplicated overnights
      Functionality is the highest priority at Rex Hotel. You won't find unnecessary flourishes in the interior or the rooms. Though the building dates back to 1866, the 32 rooms are completely modern: straightforward, sleek, all in white with comfortable beds. If you're looking for an uncomplicated yet charming place, this is the one.
      Luntmakargatan 73
      11351 Stockholm
      +46 8 16 00 40
      rexhotel.se
    • Nobis Hotel

      Pure design
      The location alone, between two historical 19th century buildings on central Norrmalmstorg Square in Stockholm's city centre, makes the Nobis Hotel unique. When guests enter the hotel, the first thing they notice is that it's nearly impossible to beat for its elegance and aesthetic. Each of the 201 rooms contributes to this impression. The hotel was designed by Swedish star architect Clasesson Koivisto Rune. His credo is timeless, classic elegance with longevity using mostly natural materials of the highest quality and decent colours. Those who stay here are sure to come back.
      Norrmalmstorg 2-4
      11186 Stockholm
      +46 8 614 10 00
      Nobis Hotel
    • Grand Hôtel

      Luxury hotel
      The Grand Hôtel is an institution in Stockholm, a permanent address in the city for those seeking luxury and style. This is where politicians, financial wheelers and dealers, Nobel Prize winners and stars stay. The hotel offers 321 rooms, including 21 suites. The luxury pervades everything. It also features a fitness studio, saunas, top equipped conference rooms, theCadier Barand «Franska Matsalen» one of the best restaurants in Sweden.
      Blasieholmshamnen 8
      10327 Stockholm
      +46 8 679 35 00
      grandhotel.se
    • Clarion Hotel

      4-star hotel
      The Clarion Hotel stands out because of its design. Clear lines without ostentation, bells or whistles, but bright and spacious. The hotel has 532 rooms and the walls are decorated with contemporary art. The highlight is the garden, where breakfast and/or lunch are twice as enjoyable. Even better: the Clarion Hotel is extremely centrally located.
      Ringvägen 98
      11460 Stockholm
      +46 8 462 10 00
      nordicchoicehotels.se