Destinations in Sweden

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Sweden

— Stockholm, Sweden

(Rated 9.4, 439 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Stockholm – and a guest favourite. Bank hotel is set in central Stockholm, a few minutes' walk from Strandvägen and Sturepl ...

— Stockholm, Sweden

(Rated 9.3, 796 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Stockholm! Situated by the National Museum, this chic waterfront hotel offers views of the Old Town and Royal Palace. It off ...

— Stockholm, Sweden

(Rated 9.2, 583 reviews)
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Opened in January 2015, Hotel Kungsträdgården is housed in a fully-renovated 18th century building in central Stockholm. Situated next to the King ...

— Stockholm, Sweden

(Rated 9.1, 1 reviews)
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Grand Hôtel Stockholm is situated on the waterfront opposite the Royal Palace and the Old Town, 0.6 miles from Central Station. It offers fine dining ...

— Stockholm, Sweden

(Rated 9.1, 1 reviews)
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Set in a charming 1690s building on a peaceful city island, this design hotel is 1,000 feet from Moderna Museum. All rooms offer flat-screen TV and pa ...

— Stockholm, Sweden

(Rated 9.1, 706 reviews)
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Situated in the Vasastan neighbourhood of Stockholm, this intimate hotel was fully renovated in 2014. It offers free WiFi and individually decorated r ...

— Stockholm, Sweden

(Rated 9.0, 79 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Stockholm! Set in two 19th-century buildings in Stockholm’s main shopping district, this hotel is 3 minutes’ walk from t ...

Sweden - The Land Of Fun Loving Adventure

Prepare to experience a fairytale land of foaming rivers, lush forests, wild landscapes and picturesque shorelines. As well as its unmatched scenery, Sweden is also a country filled with quirky, fun-loving people - which is evident in some of the unique experiences to be had. Start your adventure off at the magical Tree Hotel, one of the most unique hotel experiences in the world. Stay in a room shaped like a UFO, or a mirrored box reflecting the beauty around you as you hover high above in the tall trees. If that isn’t endearing enough, you can always visit The Museum Of Failure in the city of Helsingborg. As the name suggests, this quirky museum contains a collection of the most interesting failures the world has seen. When you’re ready to come back down to earth, visit the Swedish royal family at Drottningholm Palace. A 30 minute drive from the capital Stockholm, exploring this palace is a great way to get in touch with the history of this grand land, with its pavilions, gardens and royal theatre. Speaking of Stockholm, this city is filled with must-see attractions including the Stockholm Cathedral, City Hall and the Vasa Museum.

Travel Sweden

Step Back In Time At The Vasa Museum

Sweden's most popular museum, the Vasa Museum attracts around a million visitors every year. Back in 1628 the Vasa battleship was the pride of the Swedish Imperial fleet. Now visitors from all over the world flock to see this fascinating time capsule.

Visit Sweden And The Old Town Of Gamla Stan

Gamla Stan, otherwise known as Stockholm's Old Town, is a well preserved medieval city which dates back to the 13th century. In the neighbourhood you'll find plenty of restaurants, tea rooms and shops to explore, as well as the Nobel Museum and the Royal Coin Cabinet.

Witness The Impressive Göta Canal

The Göta Canal is sometimes described as Sweden's greatest feat in engineering. This impressive canal dates back to the early 19th century and is over 185 kilometers long. Visitors can choose to take a ride on a passenger cruise, or you can even hire a boat and experience the canal the way you want to.

Tips And Travel Information For Sweden

Money Credit and Debit cards can be used to withdraw money, with MasterCard and Visa being readily accepted. Just be aware some Swedish ATMs impose fees for non customers, and the fee is usually higher for international cards. Getting Around Local transport in Sweden is always linked with regional transport. Regional passes are accepted both in the city and on rural routes. Town and city bus fares work out to be cheaper if you purchase a day or travel pass. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Mid-Jun - Aug) Moderate (Sep - Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - May) High season in Sweden is from around mid June to August. Expect warm weather during this time. Low season is from November through to May. Around this time is great for winter sports adventures.

Find Boutique Hotels In Sweden

For a stay just as awe-inspiring as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Sweden.