The City on the Lake – Stockholm

Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the home of the Royal National City Park. Stockholm is located on Lake Mälaren and on the coast of the Baltic Sea. Totally encompassing 14 islands, Stockholm is an interesting mix of land and water as well as the beautiful coastline. The architecture is a mix of old and new and the city is a center for education, history and culture.

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Stockholm

— 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 ...

Check into a boutique hotel in Stockholm and stay a few days to explore this lovely city. Whether you are visiting the many museums, trying the ice cream, or just sitting at a street-side café, you will feel the fresh and vibrant air of the city. Right in the heart of the city there is still a lot of greenery in the many gardens and parks where you can relax after spending a day roaming the city. The Stockholm nightlife is also something you need to experience.

Getting to Stockholm

  • Norwegian Air and SAS fly direct from New York to Stockholm. SAS also has direct flights from LA and Chicago to Stockholm. KLM, Tap Air Portugal, Icelandair and Aeroflot have connecting flights between many US cities and Stockholm.
  • Ryanair and Norwegian Air have direct flights between London and Stockholm. Ari France, SAS and Norwegian Air fly Paris to Stockholm direct. Norwegian Air and SAS also have direct flights from Copenhagen. And KLM, Norwegian Air and SAS have direct flights from Amsterdam. Other cities also have connecting flights to Stockholm.
  • Lufthansa, SAS, KLM, Air India, Emirates, Turkish Airlines and Singapore Airlines are only a few of the major airlines that connect cities across Asia to Stockholm.
  • Emirates, Qatar Airways, British Airways and Singapore Airlines all have connecting flights from major cities in Australia to Stockholm.

Getting around Stockholm

Stockholm has an excellent public transport system which you can use to get to just about anywhere in the city. The underground is fast and efficient, and you can buy single travel tickets or day passes for your commute. There are also good buses and trams that will get you around the city. At each destination make sure to walk around a bit before heading back to your Stockholm boutique hotel.

Unmissable attractions

  • The Old Town Square
  • Djurgården
  • The Vasa Museum
  • The ABBA Museum
  • The Nacka Nature Reserve and Hellasgården
  • The Royal Palace
  • The Nobel Museum
If you are still unsure what to do in Stockholm or if you just want to get some more information for your trip, check out the travel guide video below.