Stockholm: Accommodation

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Apartments in Stockholm

Apartments in Stockholm

Short-stay serviced apartments in Stockholm are a popular choice for corporate or business travelers, and are often located in industrial or business areas such as Kista or Bromma. More central, luxurious apartments in Stockholm are available in Gamla Stan, such as the Victory & Lady Hamilton Apartments next to the Royal Palace, and cost between 150€ and 217€ a night, with a minimum stay of two weeks.

Self serviced and catered holiday apartments are also great for families, groups and couples who are looking for more space, privacy and freedom than hotels offer.  See our links for top quality apartments in the centre of Stockholm. Our links to Stockholm accommodation are updated hourly to provide you with the latest deals online,


Hotels in Stockholm

Hotels in Stockholm

Hotels in Stockholm range from mid-price to very expensive, with the cheaper places being located outside the city center. This is not bad if there is a metro (T-ban) station nearby the hotel. Keep in mind that moderate rates in Stockholm are around 80€/100€ for a single/double. Clarion Hotel on Ringvägen 98 (T Skanstull), the Rica Talk Hotel, next door to Stockholmsmässan, and Rex Hotel, Luntmakargatan 73 (T Rådmansgatan) are good midrange options, while Grand Hotel, Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 (T Kungsträdgården), Nordic Light, Vasaplan 7 by T-Centralen and Hotel Rival on Mariatorget offer more luxurious (and much more expensive) hotel options in Stockholm.

View our links to Hotels in Stockholm that are updated hourly to provide you with the latest deals and special offers when booking your Stockholm hotel online.


Hostels in Stockholm

Hostels in Stockholm

Hostels in Stockholm (called vandrarhem) are located throughout the city, some in very nice central locations such as Gamla Stan. Bunks cost around 14-15€ or a bit more in the nicer hostels such as Archipelago Hostels on Stora Nygatan and Skanstulls vandrarhem on Ringvägen. Private twin, single and double rooms are in the 30-60€ range. An interesting and popular choice for Stockholm hostel accommodation is Långholmen, a large former prison situated in a green environment by the water. Linens and towels at most Stockholm hostels are extra (5€ or so) and breakfast may or may not be included. Free wireless Internet is also a common feature.

Self Catering Accommodation

Self Catering Accommodation in Stockholm

Self-Catering Accommodation in Stockholm

Most self-catering accommodation in Stockholm is located outside of the city center in bedroom communities such as Bromma, Solna or Kista, and is aimed at a business and corporate clientele. There are however, some self-catering lodgings in central Stockholm, such as the charming Hotel Sven Vintappare in Gamla Stan, which costs around 130€ a night for double accommodation. Also in Gamla Stan are the Victory & Lady Hamilton Apartments, self catering luxury apartments next to the Royal Palace, which run between 150€ and 217€ per night for a minimum stay of two weeks.