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Stockholm hotels: 10 of the best places to stay | The Independent

Open, modern and diverse, yet attentive to the preservation of places like the historic Gamla Stan district, X-tock-khem combines both the splendor of old world Europe and clean modern design. Here you’ll find a palace and museums clustered with trendy vegan restaurants, committed to sourcing local produce, and gorgeous minimalist souvenirs that are too good to behold. give as a gift.

The best hotels in Stockholm are:

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Neighborhood: Norrmalm

Head to Haymarket to get away from the generic design decor by the numbers

(Haymarket)

Each of the 401 rooms at this elegant downtown art-deco hotel, built in the 1920s, exudes a distinct personality. If you choose a suite, you can expect velvet furniture in vibrant colors, graphic patterns on the wardrobe, and unusual lighting. But even in simpler rooms, you’ll find vanities with movie-star lighting and custom wallpaper. It should be noted that the cheapest rooms have no windows, a fact that should be flagged wherever you book.

In a nod to Garbo, the iconic movie star was here, the hotel’s cafe is called Greta. With a candy-striped ceiling and views of the busy street below, it’s the perfect place to people-watch.

Price: Doubles from 945 kr (£77), room only

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Neighborhood: Old Town

Evade the paparazzi at The Grand Hotel

(Grand Hotel)

The 5-star Grand Hotel is known for its discretion, especially for celebrity guests; but it will admit to hosting stars and power players from throughout history including Martin Luther King, Princess Grace of Monaco and Frank Sinatra. Ideally located right across from the Old Town and the Royal Palace, the Grand also features a full Nordic spa. Rooms are spacious and predictably sumptuous, with plush sofas, DUX linens, and Bottega Veneta toiletries.

Price: Doubles from 3,315 kr (£273)

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Neighborhood: Norrmalm

The Nobis Hotel is in the heart of the action

(Nobis)

Located in Norrmalmstorg Square, made famous by a robbery in 1973 that gave the world the term “Stockholm Syndrome” to describe how the hostages bonded with their captors, this hotel is close to many attractions. Top attractions: The 13th-century Old Town, the Royal Palace, designer shops, museums and galleries are all within easy walking distance. Take a boat tour to see the islands at the ferry terminal just a five-minute walk from the hotel. Rooms have city or courtyard views and are furnished in a chic, modern design style with muted tones of brown and gray leather.

Price: Doubles from 2,690 kr (£222)

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Neighborhood: Old Town

Lydmar offers personalized service

(Lydmar)

The staff at Lydmar are local experts who work tirelessly to give guests an authentic experience of all that Stockholm has to offer. You’ll feel invited to dinner with new friends in the relaxed dining room, where you can sample some locally caught oysters. The spacious individually designed rooms all come with a king-size bed, a seating area, and you can enjoy breakfast in bed at no extra charge. Guests can enjoy coffee on the second-floor terrace, which also hosts special events during the week. Access to the nearby Grand Hotel’s fitness center and a discount on Nordic spa admission are also included in the room rate.

Price: Doubles from kr2,995 (£248), bed and breakfast

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Neighborhood: Riddargatan

Story Hotel: small, but perfectly formed

(Story Hotel)

If you don’t like claustrophobia and you’re already packed with light, reserve a “super-crowded” room – it’s just 123 square feet. In this compact space, the hotel still manages to equip an enviable entertainment system that includes LCD Smart TVs, double beds and minibars stocked with free products. Distressed walls, including those industrial-looking exposed pipes, may not be to everyone’s taste; but it will suit urbanites looking for a worthwhile stop close to nightlife, restaurants and attractions. Breakfast buffet and Wi-Fi are included in the room rate.

Price: Doubles from 1,280 kr (£106), bed and breakfast

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Best for budget travelers: Motel L

Neighborhood: Martensdal

With stylish interiors and a fitness center, Motel L is a great choice for budget travelers

(Location L)

Much more stylish than your typical motel room, Motel L offers guests a comfortable and affordable base from which to explore the city. The quaint double rooms here are decorated with colors and patterns by Swedish illustrator and designer Lisa Bengtsson, and feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and bathrooms with faucets. lotus. Guests can also use the hotel’s own fitness center.

Price: Doubles from kr790 (£65), bed and breakfast

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Neighborhood: Sodermalm

Couples looking for a romantic weekend should come to The Rival Hotel

(The Rival Hotel)

Why leave the room? At The Rival, you can order breakfast in bed while relaxing on your Egyptian cotton linens, after selecting a pillow from a special menu. Each room presents a scene from a Swedish film, continuing the design legacy gained from being housed in an old art deco cinema. Gamla Stan is only a 10 minute walk away if you can get out of bed.

Price: Pairs from 1,755 kr (£145)

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Best for store experience: Ett Hem

Neighborhood: North (Vasastan)

Relaxing garden in Ett Hem

(Ett Hem)

The 12 rooms in this boutique old townhouse, built in 1910 in an artsy neighborhood north of most attractions, provide a peaceful retreat from the city. Ett Hem means “a house”, and you will feel like you are in the house of a very stylish, wealthy friend. Visit the courtyard and relax, wrap up in one of the blankets, and order food to eat there or choose to dine in the library, kitchen, or conservatory.

Price: Doubles from 3,995 kr (£331)

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Neighborhood: Norrmalm

Composed of twigs and sticks, Downtown Camper’s wellness room resembles a bird’s nest

(Scandic’s Downtown Camper)

This hotel has its own wellness lounge called The Nest, which is covered with slats and branches and looks like an oversized aviary. With a sauna (this is Sweden anyway), a swimming pool and a full gym with a rooftop location, The Nest offers great views of the city for you to enjoy after workout (yoga classes are also available at an extra cost). If you fancy working up a sweat elsewhere in Stockholm, the hotel is happy to lend you a range of sports equipment including bicycles, longboards, skateboards and kayaks. Rooms are modern, Scandinavian in design and have skylights or street views (though the cheapest types don’t have windows).

Price: Double from kr893 (£74)

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Neighborhood: Skeppsholmen

The original features of the Hotel Skeppsholmen date back to the 17th century

(Hotel Skeppsholmen)

Hotel Skeppsholmen is a rarity: a design hotel that respects the building’s original features, dating back to the 1600s, yet incorporates all the amenities a modern guest would expect. The feat was accomplished by Stockholm-based architect Claesson Koivisto Rune and the Design Hotels team. On the nearest archipelago of this city, you will feel far away from the bustle of the city; however, it’s only minutes away from many of the city’s best attractions, including the ferry ride to Gamla Stan.

Price: Doubles from 1,590 kr (£132)

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