Grand Hotel Stockholm
At a Glance
The Grand Hotel make arguably the best cocktails in the world
Beautiful waterfront location moments from the city centre with view of the Royal Palace
The spa is incredible - 10 minutes in the sauna followed by a dip in the freezing cold plunge pool is wonderfully refreshing
The restaurant offers lovely views across the water to enjoy with the incredible breakfast
All of the rooms are individually designed in a beautiful classic style
Best time to Visit
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Stockholm is a year round destination but is at its best in spring, summer and December. From May to September temperatures are warm, early twenties but in the height of summer can reach up to 30 degrees and the sun doesn't set until around 10:30pm, rising at around 3:00am so you can really pack a lot in! During the winter temperatures do get cold but it is a great place to go for a pre-Christmas getaway.
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The Grand Hotel is something of an institution in Stockholm and with its impeccable service, beautiful décor, incredible food and world class spa it's easy to understand why. Since opening in 1874 it has been the go-to hotel for everyone who's anyone!
The Grand Hotel's idyllic waterfront location, next to the National Museum, offers stunning panoramic views of the city and most notably the Royal Palace and the old-town island, Gamla Stan. Stockholm's most interesting sights, not to mention fabulous designer shopping are also all within an easy walking distance making the hotel a perfect place to stay for a weekend of exploring the beautiful city.
The Grand's 278 rooms and suites are all individually designed with impeccable taste and traditional luxury and all come with beautiful marble bathrooms, wide screen TVs, a desk, comfortable seating and views of the courtyard, the side streets or stunning views across the water to the city.
The Grand has a fantastic variety of dining options to choose from. The Veranda restaurant offers Swedish and International fare and is the only Swedish restaurant to serve a traditional Smörgåsbord year round. The huge glass windows allow for uninterrupted views across the water that tempt you with the city's sights while you enjoy the delicious buffet breakfast.
The Cadier Bar is an elegant and sophisticated cocktail bar which serves à la carte breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, weekend brunch and arguably some of the world's best cocktails.
The highlight of the dining options is the hotel's Restaurant Mathias Dahlgren which is split into the Dining Room - a modern gastronomic restaurant which has 2 Michelin stars, and the Food Bar, a modern bistro awarded with 1 Michelin star and both focus on fresh and seasonal produce.
The Raison d'Etre Spa and Gym is spread over two floors and is beautifully designed and fabulous - particularly for a city spa. There are numerous treatment rooms, a swimming pool and several saunas and steam rooms and refreshingly icy plunge pools!
The 278 rooms and suites at Grand Hotel Stockholm have been individually furnished to give them a unique feel. They are furnished with beautiful fabrics in soft colours and the lavish of beds to make your stay as comfortable and as relaxing as possible. There is a wide range of suites and rooms to suit all guests.
The Veranda is the hotel's main dining restaurant. This bright and airy restaurant has been recently refurbished and is a wonderful place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner with its waterfront views.
The Cadier Bar is the hotel's champagne and cocktail bar. The homely atmosphere welcome those of you seeking an early dinner aperitif or a night cap.
The Nordic Spa has a sauna, pool, gym and therapists on hand to give you some pampering treatments.
Stockholm offers a huge amount to see and do. The city is filled with art galleries, museums, cobbled streets dotted with boutique and designer shops and delicious restaurants - we have some fantastic guides who can give you a tour and show you some hidden gems within the city. Hiring a bicycle is a great way to spend the day and see the city - there are organised tours or you can explore on your own. For the more adventurous catch a rib ride around the archipelago, or alternatively rent a kayak to take in the sites at a more leisurely pace! During the height of the summer you might like to go and spend a few hours at one of the city's beaches and you can even swim, right in the city centre as the water is so clean!
Slaney O'Brien (Staff)
Definitely one of the best in Stockholm and from the moment you walk in you really see why. The uber glamourous entrance and super sophisticated restaurant are not to be missed. Make sure you get a Harbour View Room (with balcony if you can). These are the best views in Stockholm. The rooms and stunning, the suites even more impressive and definitely good for both families and couples. A real winner!
Cordelia Nicholls (Staff)
Stockholm's most famous hotel definitely lives up to its glowing reputation; the cocktails are up there with the best in the world and the spa is beyond impressive. The recently renovated rooms are elegant and sophisticated and the hotel breakfast is definitely worth getting up for! Great hotel for families and couples alike.
3 hour Seal Safari
Head out to the outer archipelago, to barren landscape where a feeling of untouched wilderness exists. It's a great chance to see seals in their natural habitat. The tour can end with food on some giant rock or in a boat house.
Christmas Markets in Stockholm
From late November until 23 December there are Christmas Markets throughout the city of Stockholm. The largest of these takes place daily in Gamla Stan, the medieval centre of the city just south of the Royal Palace.
Private tour of Stockholm
Spend today exploring one of the most beautiful capitals in the world with entrance to Stockholm City Hall and the Vasa Warship Museum.
Stockholm archipelago boat tour
Explore the beautiful archipelago of Stockholm by boat and learn about the history and tradition of the islands as you cruise through the clear waters. With almost 30,000 islands, the archipelago is extensive, yet each island has its own unique character.
Stockholm wild animal safari
Explore Stockholm's surroundings in search of some of Sweden's incredible wildlife. Just a short drive from the city, you'll find yourself in the picturesque countryside where you'll hopefully come across moose, wild boar and deer.
Family Fun in Sweden
Stockholm & Swedish Lapland
from £3600 pp inc flights & transfers for 7 nights
- Thrilling winter activities included for all the family
- This winter wonderland offers the perfect opportunity to catch a glimpse of the elusive Northern Lights
- Spend a night at the original Ice Hotel for a once-in-a-lifetime experience
Stockholm & Swedish Lapland
inc flights & transfers for 7 nights
- The upmost luxury from sophisticated Stockholm to the stunning Swedish Lapland
- Savour the style of Stockholm as you embark on a private city tour, sampling the chic cafes as you go
- Step into serenity as you enter the ultimate wilderness of Lapland, with breath-taking vistas and limitless experiences
Location & directions
The Grand Hotel is fabulously located on the water's edge and is a stones throw Swedish National Museum and within easy walking distance to the rest of the city's delights.
How to get there
British Airways flight form Heathrow to Stockholm Arlanda - 2 hours 30 minutes followed by taxi transfer to the hotel which takes about 45 minutes. Alternatively there is train from Arlanda to Stockholm Central. Trains depart at 13 and 43 minutes past the hour and the trip to Stockholm Central (Centralen) takes 38 minutes and from here take a taxi to the hotel.
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