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Grand Hotel Stockholm
Why we like it
- Located in the heart of Stockholm overlooking the Harbour
- The Hall of Mirrors and the Winter Garden are both designated as Swedish national treasures for their great historical significance
- Two Michelin-starred Matsalen restaurant and one Michelin-starred Matbaren
- World-class Spa offering Nordic bathing rituals and Arctic detox massages
- Attracts visiting royalty, heads of state and celebrities
Complement your meal with a bottle from the hotel's award-winning wine cellar, which includes collections that have been stored for nearly 140 years since the hotels opening.
Lynne Cooke is one of the most efficient, caring and knowledgeable people that I have come across. She makes the whole process seamless, gives great ideas, and I really enjoy my dealings with her.
- CB, London
The Grand Hotel Stockholm is one of Scandinavia's leading hotels and a landmark in the centre of Sweden's capital city. Opened in 1874, the hotel boasts a prime waterfront location overlooking the Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, Stockholm's old town. It is an ideal base from which to explore the city; both the Parliament building and Royal Opera House are nearby and the top end shopping district is just a short 5 minutes' walk.
When it comes to accommodation choose from the 278 spacious rooms, including 34 luxury suites. Interiors are distinctive and traditional, with no two rooms the same as they portray the hotel's colourful history. The Princess Lilian Suite impresses with panoramic views across Stockholm and is the most spectacular of them all.
Swedish restaurant Veranda offers seasonal themed menus and is renowned for its traditional Smorgasbord served all year round as well as its stunning views. In the summer of 2013 the hotel opened a new outdoor restaurant, The Terrace, which serves delicious Mediterranean and Southern European dishes in a relaxed setting.
The Grand Hotel Nordic Spa and Fitness is a member of The Leading Spas of the World. The unique treatments are inspired by Norse mythology and the highly trained therapists will adapt the massage to suit your specific needs.
Best time to be there
Best visited during the long summer days from May to September when the midnight sun brings 24 hours of daylight, ideal if you are planning to spend much of your time outdoors.
Despite the very cold winters, there is still a great deal to do and see, from husky sledding to ice hotel stays and, between November and March, the chance to witness the Northern Lights.
Stockholm, Malmo & Gothenburg
GMT + 2
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