If you’re planning on visiting Stockholm, make sure you keep these three hotels on your accommodations list. From vintage collectibles in the Old Town to modern luxury in one of the city’s biggest shopping districts – each of these hotels passes our “should you stay here?” test. The question now is, which one?
WHAT: Collectors Hotels
WHERE: Gamla Stan, or the “Old Town”
WHO: Cozy apartment vibe + good for families
The entire hotel is decorated with vintage collectibles – giving it a charm like nowhere else.
After checking into the lobby, you walk outside onto this quaint and beautiful street.
Step inside the Studio Amy, an apartment studio with beautiful wallpaper and a more modern feel than the rest of the hotel.
With an adorable, peaceful view.
And a wonderfully comfortable bed.
There’s a kitchen so you can buy groceries and cook – perfect for families.
WHAT: Nobis Hotel
WHO: Simple, modern luxury + good for trendy travelers/couples
Known for its amazing design, the Nobis Hotel is nestled right next to one of the best shopping districts in Stockholm.
You’ll pass this stairwell on your way in.
You’ll also pass by the bar, which is completely covered, head to toe, in mirrors – giving the room an enlarged, endless feel.
You should most definitely order a cocktail here – crafted perfectly and creatively by the ridiculously well-dressed bartenders.
Do take a moment to climb to the top of the stairwell. It is one of the most beautiful spiral staircases I have ever seen.
The rooms are simple, modern and clean. No excess, just quiet comfort.
WHAT: Hotel Diplomat
WHERE: Östermalm Waterfront
WHO: Classic, comfortable luxury + good for couples/business travelers
And if you’re the type to love clean, classic luxury – meet your dream hotel – the Hotel Diplomat.
The Junior Suite is perfect for couples or the business traveler.
The octagon-shaped room filled with windows let endless amounts of natural light in, but this bed may make it hard for you to get up.
Sit and have a coffee while you soak in the view.
Or head downstairs to the lobby restaurant to indulge in their incredible breakfast.
Situated right on the waterfront of Stockholm’s trendiest neighborhoods, you can step outside and catch a ferry, run along the water, explore shops, restaurants or galleries.
Which hotel was your favorite?
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