Grand Hôtel Stockholm

This is probably the most famous property in all of Stockholm, with an impressive history dating back to 1874. The estate also boasts an unbeatable location. The complete opposite to cosy boutique Ett Hem, if you crave glamour, this is your place.

Stay at Grand Hôtel

Step into the most celebrated establishment in the city, and let its majestic ambience whisk you away. A journey through time resides within these hallways, carved by a rich heritage born centuries ago. The fresh flower arrangements in your suite provide a fragrant welcome.Enjoy breakfast a la carte in the comfort of your room, where you overlook the very same sights you’ll soon roam. Within minutes, you could be boarding a boat at Strömkajen, or wandering through Djurgården, the city’s stunning park. Vibrant art waits at the Modern Museum, after which you return to the hotel for a lavish massage. Rested and replenished, you head to Matbaren, eager to see which Michelin surprise the chef has lined up next.


Ideally located in the city centre across from the Royal Palace, Grand Hotel Stockholm makes exploring easy. A stone’s throw from the capital’s finest sights, restaurants and retail, you can also catch a boat right from your doorstep and set sail around the archipelago.


The 273 rooms here embody a light colour palette, mixing classical style with more modern touches. In a personable twist, each floor’s been brought to life by its own interior architect. Some stays also offer binoculars, bringing Palace and Harbour views even closer.

Who is it for

Children are welcome, with interconnecting rooms available and a kid’s menu in the restaurant. That being said, the vibe is refined and sophisticated, making the overall mood perhaps more suited to couples and adult guests.

Facilities & activities

Complete with pool, spa, sauna and gym, the hotel’s well-equipped for leisure. Dining comprises three venues, including Michelin-starred restaurant Matbaren and the light-filled Veranda. The swanky Cadier bar is excellent for end-of-day cocktails. Finally, be sure to visit Spegelsalen (Hall of Mirrors) and the regal Vinterträdgården (Winter Garden).

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