Hotel Skeppsholmen is a true urban oasis in the heart of Stockholm. Located on the waterfront of Skeppsholmen island surrounded by leafy trees and well-kept gardens you would never know you're just a stones throw from the city centre and the Old Town.
Hotel Skeppsholmen is neighboured by the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Swedish Architecture
Located on the waterfront of Skeppsholmen island just a short walk from the city centre
Decorated in classic Scandinavian style - minimalist and chic
Very friendly and helpful staff and a very relaxed and informal atmosphere
Hotel Skeppsholmen dates back to 1699 when it was built in order to house the Royal Marines. The building exchanged hands many times, each time being developed for various different uses such as a hospice, a storage facility for the Navy, residential apartments for the Navy and their families and lastly Navy offices.
During its extensive renovation by Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune many of the original constructions and details were uncovered and restored adding a unique historical feel to the elegant and modern design of the hotel. The clean, neutral colour scheme and modern Swedish décor is beautifully complimented by the original 17th century wooden floors and staircases.
The 78 rooms and suites have been decorated in a classically Swedish manner. They are spacious and minimalist with light colours, wooden floors and all have beautiful sea or garden views. The relaxed restaurant has a very inviting atmosphere with warm lighting, comfortable seating and delicious locally produced traditional Swedish fare with a modern twist.
Hotel Skeppsholmen is neighboured by the Museum of Modern Art, the Swedish Museum of Architecture, and the remarkable Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities and if you walk just a little further afield across the bridge you'll find yourselves on Kungsträdgården Stockholm's absolute city centre.
When to visit
As a former barracks, Skeppsholmen has a fascinating past. Each room features a story plaque telling you a little more about this hotel's colourful history.
Located on the waterfront of Skeppsholmen island within easy walking distance to the city centre.
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.