Stockholm and Eastern Sweden
Stockholm is Sweden's capital and is spread out over 14 islands in Lake Mälaren and looks out to the Baltic Sea to the east. You will find a city steeped in history, from cobblestone streets, to gothic churches. Trawl through a range of modern designer boutiques, before sipping a coffee in one of the many cafes.
Around Stockholm, you will find the Stockholm archipelago containing some 24,000 islands and islets. As you head inland, discover impressive castles, vast lakes and the chance for a little adventure to combine with a city experience.
The Lydmar Hotel
The Lydmar Hotel and its 46 beautifully appointed rooms has justly become Stockholm's best new boutique hotel. With the informal and relaxed atmosphere paired with the effortlessly stylish and contemporary décor and stellar location it's easy to see why!
Grand Hotel Stockholm
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!
Ett Hem, a 12-room townhouse located in the embassy quarter of Stockholm is the ideal home from home. The atmosphere is relaxed, informal and homely yet the level of service and luxury are of the highest standards.
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 center and the Old Town.
The Nobis Hotel's 201 rooms are housed in two 19th century listed buildings located in the prestigious Norrmalmstorg square in the heart of Stockholm. The Nobis Hotel exudes elegance and sophistication much like its surrounding neighborhood of Östermalm.