Stockholm hotels at great rates with HOTEL INFO

Our recommended hotels in Stockholm

Courtyard Stockholm Kungsholmen
Rålambshovsleden 50
112 19 Stockholm
Scandic Hotel Alvik
Gustavslundsvägen 153
167 51 Stockholm
Clarion Hotel Amaranten
Kungsholmsgatan 31
112 27 Stockholm
Berns Hotel
Näckströmsgatan 8
10327 Stockholm
8.2 / 10
from 1,529 SEK
Connect Hotel City
Alströmergatan 41
112 47 Stockholm
6.9 / 10
from 719 SEK
Mornington Hotel Bromma
Norrbyvägen 30
16869 Stockholm
from 452 SEK
Sky Hotel Apartments Stockholm
Lindhagensgatan 90
112 18 Stockholm
8.4 / 10
from 1,495 SEK
Stureplan Hotel
Birger Jarlsgatan 24
114 34 Stockholm
8.3 / 10
from 986 SEK
Hotel Arstaviken
Hjalmar Cederströms gata 5
118 61 Stockholm
7.8 / 10
from 695 SEK
Hotel Dialog AB
Dialoggatan 1
14175 Stockholm
7.3 / 10
from 450 SEK
Stockholm Kista
Finlands gatan 7
164 74 Stockholm
7.1 / 10
from 645 SEK
Victory Hotel
Lilla Nygatan 5
11128 Stockholm
8.2 / 10
from 1,071 SEK
Elite Palace Hotel
St Erkiksgatan 115
10031 Stockholm
7.6 / 10
from 850 SEK
Hotel Terminus
Vasagatan 20
111 20 Stockholm
6.3 / 10
from 1,161 SEK
Hotel Norrtull
St. Eriksgatan 119
11343 Stockholm
7.0 / 10
from 756 SEK
Döbelnsgatan 17
11140 Stockholm
7.0 / 10
from 790 SEK
Best Western Capital Hotel
Marknadsvägen 6
12044 Stockholm
5.9 / 10
from 672 SEK
Hotel Aldoria
Sankt Eriksgatan 38
11234 Stockholm
6.0 / 10
from 700 SEK
Brunnby Hotel Stockholm
Brunnbyvagen 7
12044 Stockholm
6.7 / 10
from 531 SEK
Hotel Riddargatan
Riddargatan 14
11435 Stockholm
8.3 / 10
from 930 SEK
Brommavik Hotel
Karlsbodavagen 45
168 67 Stockholm
7.9 / 10
from 495 SEK
Nordic Sea Hotel
Vasaplan 4
10137 Stockholm
7.7 / 10
from 740 SEK
Connect Hotel Stockholm
Gotalandsvagen, 216-218
12544 Stockholm
6.1 / 10
from 499 SEK
Ulfsunda Slott
Margretelundsvagen 125
167 33 Stockholm
9.6 / 10
from 895 SEK
Crystal Plaza Hotel
Birger Jarlsgatan 35
11145 Stockholm
7.2 / 10
from 800 SEK
Ulvsundavagen 193C
168 67 Stockholm
8.5 / 10
from 795 SEK
Maudes Hotel
Enskedevagen 131
12248 Stockholm
7.2 / 10
from 920 SEK
BEST WESTERN Columbus Hotel
Tjarhovsgatan 11
11621 Stockholm
8.1 / 10
from 1,395 SEK
Lady Hamilton Hotel
Storkyrkobrinken 5
11129 Stockholm
6.6 / 10
from 1,035 SEK
Mr Chip Hotel
Farogatan 9
16426 Stockholm
5.3 / 10
from 900 SEK

Welcome to Stockholm

Stockholm is the capital city of Sweden. It is not only the largest city in Sweden itself but also in the whole of Scandinavia. Around 30% of the city area comprises water. In the past, the metropolitan area was made up of even more small islands than our present day in which many of them were consolidated. The city has been inhabited since the 13th century and at that time Scandinavia was 1/3 smaller than what it is today as a result of the islands. The seat of the Kings of Sweden are located in Stockholm, the city is a bishop city as well as the economic and cultural area of the country.

Journey to Stockholm

You can travel to Stockholm by boat which is definitely going to be an adventure for you in itself. Whether you take a cruise ship or you take the car ferry from Poland, Finland or the Baltic region, is up to you. It is also an easy journey to make by plane, there are 4 airports dotted around the metropolitan area and 2 of them are used by international airlines. The Arlanda airport is located 35 km away from the city-centre, the Skavsta airport is situated approx. 100 km away. With the opening of the Oresund Bridge between Sweden and Denmark, you can also travel by train.

The City Structure in Stockholm

Since the year 2007, Stockholm has been divided into 14 urban districts. The district of Skarpnäck lies to the South of Stockholm. There are around 40,000 inhabitants living in the whole area. It is astonishing that many people live in detached and semidetached houses. In the peripheral area there are only a few apartment buildings.

The urban district of Rinkeby-Kista has around 46,000 inhabitants. With the integration of both districts Rinkeby and Kista, it became a district in itself in the year 2007. There is also the district of Husby in this urban district which has the highest proportion of migrants in the city at 86%. Kista is also well-known for being an important IT centre in Sweden. The district is characterised by the establishment of important IT and mobile telecommunication companies. There are also two important universities located here.

Tourist Attractions in Stockholm

It is on the island of Stadsholmen where the city-centre of Stockholm lies. The old town is still shaped by the medieval urban landscape. The roads are laid out from North to South and the further you get to the shores of the lake, the more the narrow streets resemble one another.

In the North of the island there are city palaces which are reminiscent of Sweden ́s superpower era. It is worth seeing the the Riddarhuset for example which translates as the knight ́s mansion in English and which was built between 1641 and 1674. It adopted the role of a meeting house for the Swedish aristocracy. Still today it functions as a society house for nobles who celebrate their festivals and events in the ornately furnished rooms.

The Bondesche Palais is also a palace that is worth seeing. It dates back to the time between 1662 and 1673. The building is located directly on the water and there is an interesting baroque garden in front of it. The building that you see today was not developed until the mid-18th Century because a fire destroyed the entire building including the cellar rooms. It is a listed building and part of the national museum is housed here.

The landmark of the city of Stockholm is Stockholm Palace. It is the royal palace that was built between 1690 and 1750. It is also time and again referred to as the most remarkable baroque building in Scandinavia. The palace is a four-wing construction in the middle of which the palace courtyard is situated. The Swedish royal family uses it as an office, it is no longer lived in. For that reason, parts of the palace are open for sightseeing purposes. Today, several museums and exhibitions such as the palace museum or the treasure chamber can be found in the palace. What is interesting is if you are at the palace at 12.15pm, this is when the changing of the guard takes place on the palace square.

Cultural Highlights in Stockholm

The Vasa-Museum in Stockholm is well-known on global scale. In 1990the maritime museum opened its doors and since then it has counted more than 1 million visitors. The eponym and main attraction is the war ship Vasa that sunk in 1628 and which is exhibited here. It was on a maiden voyage and up to 96% of it is exhibited. The museum deals with the building of the ship and its recovery. It also explores how people lived on board a ship so you will learn all kinds of informative things. In addition to this there are, however, other maritime exhibits that form part of the museum.

In the Nordiska Museum you will get an insight into the Swedish world. More than 1.5 million exhibition pieces and 250,000 books bring you a step closer to everyday life in Sweden. You will find out which customs and traditions there are and the way in which they have changed throughout the years. The inside of the museum is almost just as interesting as the building itself. It is situated in a palatial building in the renaissance style and it has manysmall pinnacled towers.

Dining Out in Stockholm

The elegant restaurant complex of the Operakällaren is located in the royal opera of Stockholm. It comprises several rooms in which you will find a café, the restaurant, a tavern etc. The restaurant is continually awarded with worldwide prizes and titles.

Your HOTEL INFO advantages:
Best Price Guarantee
More than 250,000 hotels worldwide
Over 2 million guest ratings
365 days service - around the clock

In and around Stockholm

Airports in Stockholm

Further popular destinations

Exhibitions/events in Stockholm

    (10/8/2015 - 10/11/2015)
    House and Home Exhibition
  • Allt for Hälsan
    (11/27/2015 - 11/29/2015)
    Health, Wellness & Fitness Exhibition
    (1/20/2016 - 1/23/2016)
    Trade Fair for Design-led Gifts and Interior Accessories from the Nordic Countries. Textiles, Tableware,Folk Arts and Crafts, Toys, General Gifts, Paper
  • Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair
    (2/9/2016 - 2/13/2016)
    (2/18/2016 - 2/21/2016)
    (3/5/2016 - 3/13/2016)
    (3/11/2016 - 3/13/2016)
    Wilderness Fair - Fishing, Hunting and Outdoor Life Fair
  • Bio-Europe Spring
    (4/4/2016 - 4/6/2016)
    (4/5/2016 - 4/8/2016)
    Nordic Building & Construction Fair
  • S.E.E. Scandinavian Electronics Event
    (4/19/2016 - 4/21/2016)
    Elektronik/EP - International Components, Instruments and Measurement Trade Fair
    (4/26/2016 - 4/29/2016)
    International Trade Fair for Hotels, Restaurants and Catering Services
    (4/26/2016 - 4/29/2016)
    Scandinavian Wine Expo
  • Int. Pulp & Paper Week (formerly SPCI)
    (5/24/2016 - 5/26/2016)
    The World Pulp and Paper Week
  • World Bioenergy
    (5/24/2016 - 5/26/2016)
Star rating are based on a self-evaluation by the hotel as well as the experiences of HOTEL INFO and HOTEL INFO customers. You can find details under Terms and Conditions.