Make Memories in Stockholm

Discover our handpicked selection of boutique hotels in Stockholm

ISLAND HOPPING

Walk around the Swedish capital while nose-deep in a “top ten Stockholm” guide, and the chances are you’ll miss its ubiquitous beauty and end up waist-deep in the water—as the 14-island city is awash in tributaries. While the archipelagic nature of Stockholm means myriad waterside dining and drinking options, inner-city water sports, and scenic boat trips to get around, the streets are home to an everyday celebration of art, food, history, and, fika—the “event” of getting together for coffee and something sweet with a friend or two. Discover our boutique hotels in Stockholm below and get intimate with the Swedish capital.

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Norrmalm also offers an abundance of modernist architecture, popular bars, and some of Stockholm’s top restaurants, such as the eateries at Nobis Hotel Stockholm and Miss Clara by Nobis.

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BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN NORRMALM

The central neighborhood of Norrmalm is home to some of the best luxury shopping in Stockholm, found in the area’s many pedestrianized streets such as Drottninggatan—which connects the Strindbergsmuseum to the Old Town island of Gamla Stan—and between Sergels Torg and Kungsträdgården.

BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN NORRMALM

The central neighborhood of Norrmalm is home to some of the best luxury shopping in Stockholm, found in the area’s many pedestrianized streets such as Drottninggatan—which connects the Strindbergsmuseum to the Old Town island of Gamla Stan—and between Sergels Torg and Kungsträdgården.

Norrmalm also offers an abundance of modernist architecture, popular bars, and some of Stockholm’s top restaurants, such as the eateries at Nobis Hotel Stockholm and Miss Clara by Nobis.

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BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN VASASTAN

The Vasastan district is home to the Stockholm Public Library, inside a landmark building by famed Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund, as well as boasting a number of green spaces including the Vasaparken, Observatorielunden, and Vanadislunden parks. Hotel Stallmästaregården also offers a slice of leafy escapism, set inside a centuries-old farmhouse estate.

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Take a short, scenic ferry ride from Skeppsholmen to the popular Södermalm neighborhood and you’ll find the lauded Fotografiska museum of contemporary photography; The City Museum of Stockholm; a concentration of boutiques, second-hand shops, and local fashion brands; the picturesque Nytorget Square; and a number of restaurants and bars to keep the neighborhood’s young population entertained into the night.

BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN SKEPPSHOLMEN

The bucolic island of Skeppsholmen is home to the Moderna Museet museum, the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, and the tree-shrouded Hotel Skeppsholmen—offering a slowed-down insular getaway with excellent dining options. Skeppsholmen island is also a vantage point from which one can look out across the water to the sights of Tivoli Park (or Gröna Lund) and Gamla Stan.

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BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN SKEPPSHOLMEN

The bucolic island of Skeppsholmen is home to the Moderna Museet museum, the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, and the tree-shrouded Hotel Skeppsholmen—offering a slowed-down insular getaway with excellent dining options. Skeppsholmen island is also a vantage point from which one can look out across the water to the sights of Tivoli Park (or Gröna Lund) and Gamla Stan.

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Take a short, scenic ferry ride from Skeppsholmen to the popular Södermalm neighborhood and you’ll find the lauded Fotografiska museum of contemporary photography; The City Museum of Stockholm; a concentration of boutiques, second-hand shops, and local fashion brands; the picturesque Nytorget Square; and a number of restaurants and bars to keep the neighborhood’s young population entertained into the night.

BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN NACKA

The nautical-themed Hotel J is perched on the northern edge of the Nacka neighborhood, looking out over the water and affording hard-to-beat views of the island of Djurgården. While only a short sail from Stockholm city center, Nacka prides itself on its 134-hectare Nyckelviken nature reserve. There’s also the post-industrial Sickla Köpkvarter shopping district for a dash of retail therapy away from the crowds.

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