WELCOME TO STOCKHOLM

Stockholm, Sweden’s capital, is one of the world’s most beautiful cities with its location on Lake Mälaren, its 700-year old history, rich culture, grand buildings and palaces, many green parks and the surrounding islands that make up the famous archipelago.

The city of Stockholm is spread across 14 islands in the south-east of Sweden and apart from a stunning location and fabulous views it offers practically everything else: Top-class nightclubs, modern and upscale shopping malls and boutiques, fine restaurants, traditional Swedish cafés, yearly events and festivals and many different museums.

Some must-visit parts of Stockholm:

Gamla Stan is the area of the old town of Stockholm on the island Stadsholmen, dating back to the 13th century with cobblestone streets, historic architecture, a scenic large square in the centre surrounded by old merchants’ houses and Sweden’s Royal Palace. Here you find some of the city’s best restaurants and cafés, as well as small curiosity, antique and handicraft shops.

Old Town

The Royal National City Park is a green space that stretches in an arc around and through Stockholm with native Swedish wildlife such as deer and hares, foxes and elk, and rare birds. The park is made up of several areas which have museums, an amusement park, castles, restaurants and hotels.

Djurgården is a central green island in the Royal National Park and home to many of the most popular museums and attractions, great restaurants and the best entertainment for children. Many people come here for walks, cycling, paddling and picnics. The island offers excellent walks, jogging, cycling and paddling, and is a lovely place to enjoy a picnic.

Östermalm is the city’s most exclusive neighborhood and an excellent place for fashion and design lovers. It is also the location of Stureplan, a high-end public square, where you can find some of the Sweden’s most famous and expensive restaurants, bars and clubs as well as designer boutiques and upscale department stores.

Finally, Stockholm is one of the cleanest and most hospitable cities in the world, Swedish people are known for being polite and friendly, so enjoy your visit to this stunning city.

 

Frantzén

RECOMMENDED EATERIES

Not just one of the best in Sweden, but in the world, restaurant Frantzén offers modern Scandinavian cuisine, blending Nordic ingredients with Asian and Far Eastern flavours, with amazing results. Frantzén often use unusual ingredients, including small bites such as confit of pig’s head on pork skin, blood and liver pancake with cherries and violet, and galangal root macaron with bird’s liver. The restaurant is on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Teatergrillen, Riche, Sturehof

A perfect trio: Part of one busines comprising the following Stockholm restaurants; Teatergrillen, Riche, Taverna Brillo, Luzette, Sturehof and Stockholms Matmarknad, these three are a must-go when visiting Sweden’s capital. Sturehof has a century-long history and prime location on Stureplan and is one of the most popular and classic food restaurants serving especially exquisite seafood and legendary Swedish meatballs. Sturehof is also a stage for art exhibitions, concerts and artist performances.

Sturehof

Teatergrillen is an upscale restaurant located in a unique, beautiful and discreet premises in central Stockholm. The restaurant is an oasis that offers a secluded meeting place in the otherwise quite lively district. The premises is shared with sister restaurant Riche. The classy interior and the food based on famed chef Tore Wretman’s classic recipes have long attracted connoisseurs, but nowadays the restaurant’s reputation and popularity are also very much because of the atmosphere created by staff and patrons. Stockholm institution Riche was first opened back in 1893, modeled on Parisian Café Riche with starched linen tablecloths, elegant gold-framed mirrors on the walls and crystal chandeliers on the ceilings, creating that truly elegant French ambiance. Though still exclusive, Riche is more laid-back and modern now, incorporating a lively upstairs area where DJs play late into the night and you can buy drink cocktails and nibble on bar food.

 

WHERE TO STAY

The luxurious five star Grand Hotel, which was first opened in 1874, does honour to its name, offering a grandiose experience to its guests. Located on Stockholm’s waterfront, the hotel has stunning views of the Royal Palace and the Old Town, Stockholm’s historical centre. Guests can choose to relax and rejuvenate in the Nordic Spa, have a cocktail at the award-winning Cadier Bar or experience fine dining at Michelin-star  restaurant Matbaren or innovative lacto-ovo vegetarian restaurant Rutabaga, both by famed chef Mathias Dahlgren.

Grand Hôtel Saltsjöbaden is a hotel in Saltsjöbaden (literally “the Salt Sea baths“), an up-market municipality on the Baltic Sea coast. The hotel was conceived as a Swedish equivalent of the large hotels on the French Riviera, inspired by the Hôtel de Paris in Monte Carlo. At the inauguration on May 10 1893, King Oscar II ordered the entire Swedish fleet in front of the hotel for a shooting salute. Though currently open, there are plans to renovate the hotel and bring it back to one of the most luxurious hotels in Sweden.

Grand Hôtel Saltsjöbaden

Housed in a stately former bank building, aptly named Bank Hotel***** now features 115 meticulously appointed rooms and suites, a Mediterranean restaurant set in the impressive Bank Hall, an intimate classic bar and a modern lounge bar. With its ideal location Bank Hotel offers direct access to the all the thousands of islands that make up the stunningly beautiful archipelago. Popular nearby attractions include the Royal Palace and the island of Djurgården.

Hotel Diplomat is located in an Art Nouveau building dating back to 1911 on Stockholm’s waterfront at Nybroviken quay on the city’s most prestigious boulevard, Strandvägen. The hotel’s interior is designed by renowned architect Per Öberg, who combining classic elegance with modern elements. The T/Bar is the Diplomat’s renowned restaurant serving delicious international cuisine with a Swedish twist and offering stunning waterfront views and a lovely terrace.

 

DRINKS

Café Opera, located in the Royal Opera house, whose building dates back to the late 1800s, encompasses a a brasserie, nightclub and casino and is one of the most famous entertainment venues in Sweden. With its stylish interior and ambiance, Café Opera is a popular haunt for the rich and famous, even royals. Café Opera is available for private celebrations and parties.

Café Opera

Sturecompagniet is Stockholm’s biggest night club which consists of four halls spread over two levels surrounding a stunning atrium, where you can choose from an array of bars and dance floors, each with its own music style. Sturecompagniet is a favourite with the hip and well-to-do crowd of Stockholm and besides amazing dance floors and bars it boasts comfy sofas for you to relax and watch the beautiful people go by. On Sturecompagniet’s upper floor sits the mythical and intimate club-in-club V ***** with a strict guest list and space for only 250 guests. The decor at V ***** is characterized by classic 70’s glamour with blue velvet, gold fittings and chandeliers. 

More about Stockholm

SWEDEN

Tourist Information visitsweden.com

Emergency number: 112

Country code: +46

Currency: Swedish kronor (SEK)

 

STOCKHOLM

Tourist Information visitstockholm.com

Tourist Information Office address:
Stockholm Tourist Center
Vasagatan 14, opposite Stockholm Central Station
08 508 28 508

Area code: (0)8

Airports:

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport – Stockholm’s main airport and the largest airport in Sweden

Stockholm-Skavsta Airport – Approximately 100 kilometres southwest of Stockholm, this airport is served by low-cost airlines and cargo operators.

Stockholm-Bromma Airport – The third largest airport near Stockholm

Stockholm-Västerås Airport – Located at the city Västerås, and about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Stockholm

Transport:

Train arlandaexpress.com

bus, regional/suburban rail, light rail sl.se

tram, metro and archipelago boat waxholmsbolaget.com

Main taxi firms:

Taxi Stockholm  08 15 00 00
taxistockholm.se

Taxi 020 020202020
taxi020.se

Drakenberg Taxi AB 08 668 79 30

Emergency hospitals:

Södersjukhuset Emergency Hospital
Sjukhusbacken 10, 118 61 Stockholm
08 616 10 00

Astrid Lindgren’s Children’s Hospital
Karolinska Vägen 171 76, Stockholm
08 517 700 00

Danderyds Hospital
Danderyd 182 88, Stockholm
08 655 50 00

St. Göran’s Sjukhus AB
St. Göransplan 1, 112 81 Stockholm
08 587 010 00

Emergency dentists:

St. Erik’s Hospital Akut tandvården (dental emergency)
Polhemsgatan 48, Stockholm (entrance Flemminggatan)
08 123 156 80

City-Akuten Tandvård (dental emergencies)
Olof Palmes gata 13 A, T-bana: Hötorget
08 412 29 00

24 Hour Pharmacy

Apotek C.W. Scheele
Klarabergsgatan 64, Stockholm
0771 450 450

 

Sturehof

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
This unique and popular Stockholm restaurant with a century-long history and prime location on Stureplan in Stockholm is one of the most popular and classic food restaurants in Stockholm serving especially exquisite seafood. Sturehof is also a stage for art exhibitions, concerts and artist performances. Note: the restaurant offers arguably the best meatballs in town, the same meatballs that you will find at every Ikea store restaurant worldwide. But you should try them here, at their place of origin, where they are served with homemade mashed potatoes and lingonberry jam as is the Swedish tradition – simply superb.

www.sturehof.com
Stureplan 2, 114 46 Stockholm 00 46 8 440 57 30

Lisa Elmqvist

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Lisa Elmqvist is a name synonymous with great seafood since the 1920’s. This family-run business comprises three restaurants: Lisa Elmqvist in the 19th century red-brick indoor food market Östermalms Saluhall, Lisa på Torget on Östermalmstorg with a nice terrace and Lisa på Udden on the water. You can buy Lisa Elmqvist ingredients for their delicious seafood dinners at their counter in the city’s best gourmet food hall, Saluhall, where besides a restaurant they also have a delicatessen. The Elmqvist family has been here for four generations and their seafood is widely regarded as the best in Stockholm.

www.lisaelmqvist.se
Lisa Elmqvist www.ostermalmshallen.se Östermalms Saluhall 00 46 8 553 404 00
Lisa på Torget www.lisapatorget.se Östermalmstorg 2, 114 42 Stockholm 00 46 8 553 404 50
Lisa på Udden www.lisapaudden.se Biskopsvägen 7 Stockholm 00 46 8 660 9475

Mamma Mia! The Party

Type of Cuisine: Trendy
This is ABBA star Björn Ulvaeus’ Mamma Mia! themed, interactive restaurant, on the Stockholm island of Djurgården, just across the road from ABBA The Museum, decorated as Greek ‘Nicos’ Taverna complete with olive trees, fountains and scents of Mediterranean. “My vision is that this restaurant will be like a Mamma Mia! bubble, where people can just have a bloody good time. I can see the audience in front of me, how they’re laughing and singing along and having loads of fun. I want to re-create the same party spirit that the musical is known for,” Björn said.

www.mammamiatheparty.com
Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm 00 46 77 170 70 70

Teatergrillen

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Teatergrillen is an upscale restaurant located in a unique, beautiful and discreet premises in central Stockholm. Due to its location the restaurant is an oasis that offers a secluded meeting place in the otherwise quite lively district. The premises is shared with sister restaurant Riche. Teatergrillen which opened in 1945 has one of the oldest preserved restaurant interiors in Stockholm. The interior, the food and drink has long attracted connoisseurs, but nowadays the restaurant’s reputation and popularity is also very much because of the atmosphere created by staff and patrons.

www.teatergrillen.se
Nybrogatan 3, 114 34 Stockholm 00 46 8 545 035 65

Restaurant Frantzén

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Not just one of the best in Sweden, but in the world, restaurant Frantzén offers modern Scandinavian cuisine, blending Nordic ingredients with Asian and Far Eastern flavours, with amazing results. Frantzén often use unusual ingredients, including small bites such as confit of pig’s head on pork skin, blood and liver pancake with cherries and violet, and galangal root macaron with bird’s liver. Dishes are beautifully presented and the restaurant is on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants List.

www.restaurantfrantzen.com
Klara Norra kyrkogata 26,111 22 Stockholm, Sweden
00 46 8 20 85 80

Riche

Type of Cuisine: Fine dining, Late night
Stockholm institution Riche was first opened back in 1893, modeled on Parisian Café Riche with starched linen tablecloths, elegant gold-framed mirrors on the walls and crystal chandeliers on the ceilings, creating that truly elegant French ambiance. Though still exclusive, Riche is more laid-back and modern now with their grill Teatergrillen as the less expensive alternative to the formal dining room, as well as the lively upstairs area where DJs play late into the night and you can buy drink cocktails and nibble on bar food.

www.riche.se
Birger Jarlsgatan 4, 114 34 Stockholm 00 46 8 545 035 60

Restaurant J

Type of Cuisine: Fine dining
Hotel J’s restaurant J sits on the water’s edge in the marina of Nacka Strand, giving spectacular views over the beautiful bay while its cosy interior featuring white painted wooden panelling and beautiful oak furniture offers a classy and comfortable environment. When open during the summer season, the outdoor terrace seats 250 guests. Inside, the spacious restaurant welcomes 90 guests and serves U.S. influenced brasserie cuisine focused on seafood. You can bring the taste of Restaurant J home with you. Monday to Friday between 10:30 to 14:30 Restaurant J offers take away of today’s fish, meat or vegetarian.

www.hotelj.com/restaurang
Hotel J, Ellensviksvägen 1, 131 28 Nacka Strand, Stockholm 00 46 8 601 30 25

Erik Lallerstedt

Type of Cuisine: Fine dining
Erik Lallerstedt is a famous Swedish chef whose first restaurant was one of the first in Sweden to get a Michelin star. Now Lallerstedt presides over three successful restaurants: Gondolen, Vinbaren, Bakfickan. Gondolen sits at the top of an old and disused elevator offering amazing views of the city’s port all the way out to the archipelago. Vinbaren is one of the few genuine wine bars in Stockholm whose head sommelier has an amazing feel and nose for wines of all types and whose great passions in life are food, drink and people. Bakfickan is a charming and cosy venue on the waterfront Djurgårdsbron, the same area where Erik had his first restaurant on a boat.

www.eriks.se
Gondolen: Stadsgården 6, 104 65 Stockholm 00 46 8 641 70 90
Vinbaren: Stadsgården 6, 116 45 Stockholm 00 46 8 641 70 90
Bakfickan: Östermalm, Fredrikshovsgatan 4, Stockholm 00 46 8 660 15 99

Operabaren

Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Operabaren is one of several places serving food in the building of the Opera House. With its Art Nouveau stained-glass ceiling and wood panelling interior, this is a classic venue where you can experience traditional Swedish food at its best. The Opera Bar has been and still is the meeting place for all kinds of people, a classic hangout for more than 100 years. Artists and intellectuals mix with business people who come to the Opera Bar for lunch, dinner, or perhaps just a beer and a chance to relish the cultural ambiance and enjoy the view over the Royal park Kungsträdgården.

www.operakallaren.se
Operahuset, Karl XII’s Torg, Stockholm 00 46 8 676 58 00

East

Type of Cuisine: Late night, International
This Asian food bar and restaurant has been a hit since its opening in 1989 with top quality Japanese influenced cuisine, live DJ’s, and popular outdoor dining section combined with its location on upmarket square Stureplan. A sushi restaurant during the day, East turns into a cool party at night with two bars, a dancefloor and a DJ playing for the in-crowd of the city. In summer the outdoor terrace offers a great view of Stureplan. An Asian-inspired menu offers dishes from different food cultures of Asia, combined with a blend of Japanese and Scandinavian design.

east.se
Stureplan 13, 111 45 Stockholm 00 46 8 611 49 59

Wedholms Fisk

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Restaurateur Bengt Wedholm’s excellent namesake seafood restaurant is located in an impressive 19th century harbourside building with elegant interior and friendly service. Wedholms Fisk has been at its current location next to Nybrokajen since 1985 with many of the staff having been there virtually ever since it opened. Its delicious seafood menu lists turbot, halibut, prawns and scallops, prepared in several different ways. Wedholm has had a long and successful career, and after owning several restaurants in Stockholm he opened what was to become his flagship Michelin-starred restaurant, Wedholms Fisk.

wedholmsfisk.se
Arsenalsgatan, 111 47 Stockholm 00 46 8 611 78 74

Frippe, Pauli & DramatenTerrassen

Type of Cuisine: Trendy
A vibrant and trendy trio, Frippe, Pauli and DramatenTerrassen are the restaurants of The Royal Dramatic Theatre in a magnificent building, attracting celebrities and the general who’s who of Stockholm. Frippe, named after Gustav “Frippe” Fredriksson, the man who built the theatre, is a modern, airy restaurant. Pauli was named after the artist Georg Pauli, who painted the enormous murals in the restaurant’s unique round rooms. Dramatenterrassen opens as soon as the weather starts to warm up. This is a fantastic south-facing outdoor restaurant serving Swedish specialities.

www.dramatenrestaurangerna.se
The Royal Dramatic Theatre Restaurants
Nybrokajen 2, Stockholm 00 46 08 665 62 66

Operakällaren

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
With one Michelin star and as a member of the prestigious Les Grandes Tables du Monde/Traditions & Qualité association. Operakällaren is one of Stockholm’s most impressive restaurants. This opulent restaurant is located in the historic Opera House and features high ceilings and gilded oak panelling, grand chandeliers and original frescoes. Have an apéritif at the modern bar before you move on to experience the classic menu. Specialities include grilled foie gras, caramelised apple, almond and maple syrup. Quail filled with foie gras, pickled onion and horseradish. Arctic bramble mousse, hazelnut biscuits and vanilla ice cream.

www.operakallaren.se
Operahuset, Karl XII’s Torg S – 111 86 Stockholm 00 46 86 76 58 01

Mathias Dahlgren

Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Swedish chef Mathias Dahlgren rose to fame after winning the prestigious culinary Bocuse d’Or award in 1997 and has since been awarded the Swedish Chef of the Year title four times. Dahlgren’s approach to cuisine focuses on natural produce, regional specialties and an openness to global influences. His bistro/restaurant Matbaren has a Michelin star status. He has a new restaurant at the hotel now; Rutabaga, boasting an innovative vegetarian menu.

www.grandhotel.se
Grand Hotel Stockholm
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 111 48 Stockholm 00 46 8 679 35 84

Pontus!

Type of Cuisine: International
Pontus Frithiof is a well-known Swedish chef who owns his unique and brilliant namesake restaurant Pontus! which consists of an oyster bar, a cocktail bar with Asian finger food, and main restaurant Matsalen. At this multi-layered huge three-floor restaurant, you can enjoy French dishes, typical Swedish food as well as oysters, dim sum, sashimi and sushi. The decor is stunning with extravagant colours and unique special touches. The menu is divided into three sections: Harvest (vegetables), Catch (fish and seafood) and Season (fresh local produce. Try Pontus! shizu martini.

pontusfrithiof.com
Brunnsgatan 1, Norrmalm, Stockholm 00 46 8 545 273 00

Vassa Eggen

Steakhouse Vassa Eggen has long been a popular destination for meat-eaters in the Swedish capital. Stylish and relaxed, Vasa Eggen means Rasor’s Edge, incidentally the title of one of Somerset Maugham’s novels. The restaurant boasts a lively cocktail bar and New York-styled lounge area, a smart and artsy dining room and a nice terrace to boot. The menu is fingerlicking-good with original choices such as ‘Iberico rib fingers‘ or ‘German tenderized entrecôte from selected heifers, grass fed‘. There is also some fine seafood on offer including lobster and calamari.

www.vassaeggen.com
Birger Jarlsgatan 29, 111 45 Stockholm, Sweden 00 46 8 21 61 69

Vau De Ville

Though a self-described French brasserie with a terribly French name (Vaudeville is a word that describes a type of light comedy which is entertaining and full of intrigue and twists), Vau De Ville serves up a varied international fare in a classical bistro-style setting with regular festive events thrown in. Vau De Ville has quickly become one of the city’s most popular venues from breakfast to dinner. Its location is ideal for business in a busy area central to Stockholm and it boasts one of the best (heated) restaurant terraces in Stockholm. Vau de Ville is relaxed yet classy with well-dressed people enjoying animated conversations against a backdrop of live music.

vaudevillestockholm.se
Norrmalmstorg 6, Stockholm, Sweden Tel 00 46 8 22 19 34

Haymarket by Scandic****

Haymarket by Scandic is housed in the former PUB building which is one of Stockholm’s oldest department stores and a well-known landmark, where Greta Garbo once was a shopgirl. Scandic has transformed the historic building into an international grand hotel comprising concert halls, movie theaters and food courts, by drawing inspiration from the stylish 20s combined with contemporary design.

www.scandichotels.com
Hötorget 13-15, 111 57 Stockholm 00 46 8 517 267 00

Villa Kallhagen****

Villa Källhagen offers accomodation in beautiful and soothing surroundings next to the Djurgården canal at Gärdet in Stockholm, only ten minutes from the pulsating heart of Stockholm. Enjoy beautiful natural surroundings, fitness paths and the hotel’s well-known kitchen under the guidance of Mathias Emilsson and Xavier Rodriguez. Villa Källhagen has 36 beautifully decorated rooms where conscious design is in harmony with the beautiful surroundings by means of large windows and generous sunlight. All hotel guests have free access to the sauna & relaxation area.

kallhagen.se
Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 10, 115 27 Stockholm 00 46 8 665 03 00

Bank Hotel***** 

Housed in a stately former bank building, aptly named Bank Hotel now features 115 meticulously appointed rooms and suites, a Mediterranean restaurant set in the impressive Bank Hall, an intimate classic bar and a modern lounge bar. Rooms are decorated in soft natural colours and quality fabrics. Bathrooms feature marble and bronze and offer a generous selection of celebrated toiletries. Nice touches include minibar and coffee facilities in all rooms, bathrobes and slippers, and free WiFi. With its ideal location Bank Hotel offers direct access to the all the thousands of islands that make up the stunningly beautiful archipelago. Popular nearby attractions include the Royal Palace and the island of Djurgården.

bankhotel.se
Arsenalsgatan 6, 111 47 Stockholm 00 46 859858000

Grand Hôtel Saltsjöbaden****

Grand Hôtel Saltsjöbaden is a hotel in Saltsjöbaden (literally “the Salt Sea baths“), an up-market municipality on the Baltic Sea coast. The hotel was conceived as a Swedish equivalent of the large hotels on the French Riviera, inspired by the Hôtel de Paris in Monte Carlo. At the inauguration on May 10 1893, King Oscar II ordered the entire Swedish fleet in front of the hotel for a shooting salute. The hotel has 140 rooms, restaurants, bars, banqueting rooms, conference rooms, spas and a guest harbour. Though currently open, there are plans to renovate the hotel and bring it back to one of the most luxurious hotels in Sweden.

grandsaltsjobaden.se
Hotellvägen 2, 133 35 Saltsjöbaden, Stockholm 00 46 8 506 170 00

Hotel Skeppsholmen****

Hotel Skeppsholmen is situated on a peaceful and lush island in the middle of Stockholm in a building from 1699 with an exciting historic background and a modern decoration by Stockholm based architects Claesson Koivisto Rune. This award-winning hotel is a place to reload your batteries, combining a historic landmark with the very best of contemporary Swedish cuisine, art, design, fashion and music.The tennis court at Hotel Skeppsholmen is located right by the water in front of the hotel. It is the first outdoor tennis court in Sweden, built by King Oscar II in 1882.

www.hotelskeppsholmen.se
Gröna gången 1, Stockholm 00 46 8 407 23 00

Hotel Diplomat****

Hotel Diplomat is located in an Art Nouveau building dating back to 1911 on Stockholm’s waterfront at Nybroviken quay on the city’s most prestigious boulevard, Strandvägen. The hotel’s interior is designed by renowned architect Per Öberg, who combining classic elegance with modern elements. The T/Bar is the Diplomat’s renowned restaurant serving delicious international cuisine with a Swedish twist and offering stunning waterfront views and a lovely terrace. Hotel Diplomat offers free sauna, hot tub and gym access.

www.diplomathotel.com
Strandvägen 7C, 104 40 Stockholm 00 46 8 459 68 00

Lydmar Hotel*****

Situated by the National Museum, this chic waterfront hotel offers views of the Old Town and Royal Palace and a contemporary classic look, featuring culture, top quality and strong personal impressions and service. Lydmar Hotel’s spacious rooms are individually decorated and have wooden floors. Many feature original stucco work, wood beams and high windows. The hotel offers a popular bistro-style restaurant and art exhibitions. The restaurant serves European cuisine; everything from escargots to steak tartare to Sicilian fish.

www.lydmar.com
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 2, 103 24 Stockholm 00 46 8 22 31 60

Nobis Hotel*****

With a location in two historic late 19th-century buildings on Norrmalmstorg square in the city centre of Stockholm, Nobis Hotel is an independent 201-room design hotel offering every convenience and service any traveler could wish for, in an environment of casual elegance. At Nobis Hotel, you are in the heart of Stockholm, with the best restaurants, shops, museums, sights, attractions and nightclubs our city has to offer within easy reach. The hotel features classy Italian restaurant Caina, a spacious Lounge, a larger afternoon and evening bar, The Gold Bar, and a smaller Bistro, that serves freshly cooked brasserie food and drinks.

www.nobishotel.se
Norrmalmstorg 2-4, 111 86 Stockholm 00 46 8 614 10 00

Story Hotel****

This stylish hotel has designer rooms and lies just around the corner from Stockholm’s Stureplan in the hub of business, shopping and nightclub district. Story Hotel’s unique rooms offer the best in modern design and chic décor and feature large LCD TVs, a minibar and free Wi-Fi. The restaurant, Story Kitchen, is popular with guests and locals offering classic Swedish cuisine, made from high quality and local produce. With interiors inspired by Parisian salons and jazz clubs, Story Bar features live music and DJs during the week.

www.storyhotels.com
Riddargatan 6, 114 35 Stockholm 00 46 8 545 039 40

Scandic Anglais****

Located in central Stockholm, right in the heart of the city’s commerce and entertainment district, the fashionable Östermalm neighbourhood, Hotel Scandic Anglais is a natural meeting place for both locals and hotel guests. Gym access and bike rentals are free, and the rooftop bar provides city views during summer. Enjoy a delicious dinner in the popular hotel restaurant or sip your favourite drink in one of the hotel’s trendy bars. Unwind in the jacuzzi or work out in the gym. Guests can enjoy 101 energizing breakfast options, 24-hour Fairtrade coffee and classic Scandinavian dishes made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.

www.scandichotels.no
Humlegårdsgatan 23, 102 44 Stockholm 00 46 8 517 340 00

Grand Hotel*****

The luxurious Grand Hotel Stockholm, which was first opened in 1874, does honour to its name, offering a grandiose experience to its guests. Located on Stockholm’s waterfront, the hotel has stunning views of the Royal Palace and the Old Town, Stockholm’s historical centre. Every room is individually designed and has its own remarkable history. Guests can choose to relax and rejuvenate in the Nordic Spa, have a cocktail at the award-winning Cadier Bar or experience fine dining at Michelin-star  restaurant Matbaren or innovative lacto-ovo vegetarian restaurant Rutabaga, both by famed chef Mathias Dahlgren. The hotel has welcomed many well-known personalities over the years, from royalty to heads of state and celebrities.

www.grandhotel.se
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 SE 103 27 Stockholm 00 46 8 679 3500

Clarion Collection Tapto***

Hotel Tapto is a friendly hotel offering great service and excellent value. located in the calmer part of Östermalm, Stockholm, which offers many chic shops, renowned museums and well-known restaurants. Hotel Tapto is housed in an old building that used to be army head quarters and has maintained much of this history through exhibitions and motifs. The hotel has a gym, steamroom, sauna, and a range of spa treatments. Afternoon tea and coffee, and evening buffet, draft beer, daily newspaper and the sauna are all complimentary.

www.nordicchoicehotels.se
Jungfrugatan 57, 115 31 Stockholm 00 46 8 664 50 00

Nordic Light Hotel****

This sleek, stylish and cool design hotel, situated in the centre of the city, has soothing bright rooms whose interiors are lit with mood lights creating the effect of the amazing Northern Lights. This is an excellent hotel for either work or relaxation, with access to a workspace and free wireless internet, as well as spa treatments and a modern gym. Nordic Light Hotel has a great restaurant, The Crooked Leg, and a trendy bar, Light Bar & Lounge. The hotel’s meeting rooms with the ever-changing light and simple technology can be the perfect venue for your next conference.

www.nordiclighthotel.se
Vasaplan 7, 101 37 Stockholm 00 46 8 505 630 00

Berns*****

Berns is housed in a grand building dating back to 1863 and is one of Stockholm’s foremost hotels as well as an entertainment culture establishment, with restaurants, bars, and even a concert hall. This stunning 82-room boutique hotel has contrasting interior features with new Italian and Scandinavian design elements set off against the majestic breakfast hall with crystal chandeliers and mirrors. The hotel’s restaurants Bistro Berns and Berns Asian, serve excellent food and Berns Hotel also opens the doors to Stockholm’s hottest nightlife offering VIP wristbands to the best nightclubs of the central city.

www.berns.se
Näckströmsgatan 8, 111 47 Stockholm 00 46 8 566 322 00

Radisson Blu Strand Hotel****

The Radisson Blu Strand Hotel is a historic hotel within walking distance of in Stockholm’s Old Town. This harbourside accommodation also features an intriguing history, first opening its doors over 100 years ago for the 1912 Summer Games. All 152 rooms and suites include useful amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet, and visitors appreciate the convenience of on-site dining at the Herr Julius c/o Strand Hotel. The top-floor sauna gives uninterrupted views of the Stockholm city centre.

www.radissoncollection.com
Nybrokajen 9, 103 27 Stockholm 00 46 8 506 640 00

Berns

Berns is a prestigious hotel owned by Stureplansgruppen and one of the oldest entertainment culture establishments in Stockholm offering various possibilities to amuse yourself: Berns Asiatiska and the Veranda – great for after work drinks while listening to lounge cocktail mixes. The Terrace is dancing with a view over the park and Berns Bistro & Bar has a lovely outdoor patio in Berzelii park. For concerts and clubbing enter Stora Salongen where you dance all night long under Berns’ magnificent chandeliers and finally Gallery 2.35:1 – Here you find 7 different clubs with their own style, performing once a month.

www.berns.se
Berns
Näckströmsgatan 8, 111 47 Stockholm 00 46 8 566 322 00

Spy Bar

With beautiful views of Stureplan, Spy Bar is one of Sweden’s best-known clubs that is frequented by people in fashion, art, music and media including many of the city’s influential characters. Expensive and exclusive, this club is a must-visit when in Stockholm, to enjoy some very special cocktails, good music and a dynamic and unique atmosphere.

stureplansgruppen.se
Birger Jarlsgatan 20, 114 34 Stockholm 00 46 8 545 076 00

Cadier Bar, Grand Hotel

Impressive cocktail bar at the Grand Hôtel, the Cadier Bar offers great views of the harbour and is a popular gathering spot for an after work drink, informal meetings and nights out on the town, bubbling with Champagne. For a snack there is a bar menu and for something more substantial there an à la carte breakfast, brunch, lunch and of course afternoon tea. The bar is named after Régis Cadier, French chef and the founder of the hotel.

www.grandhotel.se
The Grand Hotel
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 SE 103 27 Stockholm 00 46 8 679 3500

Café Opera

Café Opera, located in the Royal Opera house, whose building dates back to the late 1800s, encompasses a a brasserie, nightclub and casino and is one of the most famous entertainment venues in Sweden. With its stylish interior and ambiance, Café Opera is a popular haunt for the rich and famous, even royals. Café Opera is available for private celebrations and parties.

www.cafeopera.se
Karl XII:s torg, 111 86 Stockholm, Sweden 00 46 8 676 58 07

Sturecompagniet

This is Stockholm’s biggest night club which consists of four halls spread over two levels surrounding a stunning atrium, where you can choose from an array of bars and dance floors, each with its own music style. Sturecompagniet is a favourite with the hip and well-to-do crowd of Stockholm and besides amazing dance floors and bars it boasts comfy sofas for you to relax and watch the beautiful people go by.

stureplansgruppen.se
Sturegatan 4, 114 35 Stockholm 00 46 8 545 076 70

V*****

On Sturecompagniet’s upper floor sits the mythical and intimate club-in-club V ***** with a strict guest list and space for only 250 guests. The decor at V ***** is characterized by classic 70’s glamour with blue velvet, gold fittings and chandeliers. In February 2014 V ***** expanded with V Cocktail, an upscale cocktail bar in the nightclub environment. With home-blended spirits, freshly squeezed juices taking the cocktail bar experience at V ***** to another level.

stureplansgruppen.se
Sturegatan 4, Stockholm 00 46 8 545 076 00

Acne

Cool Swedish design and clever marketing has lead Stockholm-born fashion house Acne Studios to become a worldwide success. Acne was once an ad agency whose clever jeans-giveaway stunt lead to a multidisciplinary luxury fashion house with many outlets around the world and trendy collections including special artistic collaborations and one-off projects, Acne is also involved in web design and TV and film production. Their flagship store is on Norrmalmstorg square and in a historic building where the ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ bank robbery took place.

www.acnestudios.com
Norrmalmstorg 2, Stockholm 00 46 8 611 64 11

Östermalms Saluhall

This indoor food market was first opened in 1888 and inspires locals as well as tourists from far and wide with quality food products. Östermalms Saluhall’s hallmark is high quality ingredients and cooked dishes from the Swedish and international cuisine. The market has a handful of restaurants, wonderful scents, a pleasant atmosphere and personal service across the counter.

www.ostermalmshallen.se
Östermalmstorg, Östermalm, Stockholm

Design House

Design House Stockholm or DHS offers contemporary Scandinavian design with furniture, accessories, lighting and limited-edition prototypes unique to this store. Design House Stockholm is a Swedish company that creates beautiful and functional interior design such as carpets, porcelain and lamps. The company was founded in 1992 and has since then developed into an international brand that creates contemporary designs. Design House Stockholm was created as a platform for a variety of designers that today has grown strong like Harri Koskinen and his design Block lamp which now is a worldwide success.

www.designhousestockholm.com
Hamngatan 18-20, 111 77 Stockholm 00 46 8 762 81 19

Hotorgshallen

Hotorgshallen is the modern food market where the people of Stockholm enjoying cuisine from around the world. Here they buy their Turkish hamburger, spoil their loved one with a Toast Skagen and a glass of white wine, here you find Italian and local delicacies, Swedish-German-English-Polish-Finnish sausages, delicious ice cream, sumptuous Asian food, fresh fish, locally grown vegetables, forest-picked mushrooms, homemade bread, fresh juices and delicacies you did not even know existed. Hotorgshallen is a meeting place for anyone who loves food and beverage experiences.

www.hotorgshallen.se
Hötorgshallen, 111 57 Stockholm 00 46 8 23 00 01

The English Bookshop

The English Bookshop is located in Stockholm’s historic Old Town (Gamla Stan), an exclusively English language bookshop with a direct import of UK and US titles every week. Because of frequent and regular deliveries from the USA and the UK The English Bookshop is fairly quick in getting special orders. Their aim is to be a booklover’s bookshop; the sort of place where you can lose yourself in the shelves for hours, browsing and relaxing in a chair to the soft music we play, while the river Fyris gently flows by a block away.

bookshop.se
Lilla Nygatan 11 SE-111 28 Stockholm 00 46 8 790 55 10

H&M

Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) designs and retails fashions for women, men, teens, and children with a variety of trendy, sporty and classic garments in addition to accessories such as jewelery, bags, and scarves, and cosmetics. Sweden’s most influential and worldwide known fashion house, H&M is a fantastic quality brand at affordable prices. Guest designers have included Karl Lagerfeld.

www.hm.com
22 Hamngatan and Drottninggatan 56, Stockholm

Designtorget

DesignTorget is a commercial market place for unique design, for customers and designers that value style, function and innovation where you find a selection of articles for everyday use, from established as well as unknown designers. What makes DesignTorget so unique and which forms a key part of the DesignTorget spirit is the direct contact they have with their designers. Beyond their high demands for quality and that the product meets their requirements for functionality, they also look for those products that encourage or reflect new thinking, as well as being laced with some humour.

www.designtorget.se
Sergelgången 29, 111 57 Stockholm 00 46 8 21 91 50

Nordiska Galleriet

Nordiska Galleriet offers the best design and decor with contemporary furniture by Scandinavian designers. Nordiska Galleriet claims that no other store can exhibit an assortment of so many famous international designers. They always try to provide their customers and visitors with an experience and a service that is better than at other furniture and interior design stores.

www.nordiskagalleriet.se
Nybrogatan 11, Östermalm, Stockholm 00 46 8 442 8360

Lisa Elmqvist

This family-run business comprises three restaurants you can buy Lisa Elmqvist ingredients from their delicious seafood dinners at their delicatessen counter in the city’s best gourmet food hall, Saluhall. The Elmqvist family has been here for four generations and their seafood is widely regarded as the best in Stockholm.

www.lisaelmqvist.se
www.ostermalmshallen.se
Östermalms Saluhall
Östermalmstorg, 114 42 Stockholm

Mood Stockholm

MOOD Stockholm is a New and stylish concept store with a with a unique collection of shops and restaurants. MOOD features niche boutiques like Rodebjer and Posh Living along with famous international brands recently established in Sweden, including Ralph Lauren and Club Monaco. When you are ready for a shopping break, you can enjoy a delicious meal in one of the popular restaurants (Boqueria, Vigårda, E.A.T.) or take in the modern art that adorns the galleria.

moodstockholm.se
Regeringsgatan 48, 111 44 Stockholm 00 46 8 723 87 33

NK

Nordiska Kompaniet or NK is the name of two great department stores; one in Stockholm and one in Gothenburg. Steeped in tradition, NK is a luxurious department store, established 1902, offering Swedish and international fashion, cosmetics, jewellery, crystal, ceramics, design, fine foods and much more. When Josef Sachs founded Nordiska Kompaniet in 1902 his ambition was to create a commercial and cultural theater. Still the aim is to be a stage for the present and to offer customers the most inspiring environment for shopping and experiences.

www.nk.se
Hamngatan 18-20, 111 47 Stockholm 00 46 8 762 80 00

Lisa Larsson

Lisa Larsson boutique on Södermalm is a classic vintage shop established for over twenty years with jewelry and accessories, fabulous clothes, shoes and hats and more. One of Stockholm’s most famous second-hand shops is a favourite with celebrities and for a good reason, as this place offers anything from collectable designer items to inexpensive costume pieces dating from the ‘30s to the ‘70s.

www.lisalarssonsecondhand.com
Bondegatan 48, Södermalm, Stockholm 00 46 8 643 6153

Svenska Rum

Leif Jansson creates unique interior by combining beautiful antique painted furniture with modern design items. With his more than 30 years experience he is the leading dealer of Swedish painted furniture.

www.svenskarumantikt.se
Nybrogatan 40, 114 40 Stockholm 00 46 8 662 17 77 / 00 46 70 213 13 71

Nathalie Schuterman

Nathalie Schuterman is a multi-brand store located in Stockholm featuring handpicked pieces from exclusive designers. One of the best clothing stores in Stockholm and a local favorite, Nathalie Schuterman is somewhat of a local legend in the Stockholm fashion scene and offers both local and international labels.

www.nathalieschuterman.com
Birger Jarlsgatan 5, 111 45 Stockholm 00 46 8 611 62 01

Junibacken

Junibacken is a children’s museum on the island of Djurgården, devoted to Swedish children’s literature and especially famous author Astrid Lindgren, whose books have been made into many movies and tv series. The Story Train is central to Junibacken, with its journey through the fabulous stories of childrens’ books. The narrator’s voice, the music, sounds, lighting, the fantastic tableaux and the atmosphere all combine to make this journey something that will touch the soul of everyone. The train journey ends at Pippi Longstocking’s Villa Villekulla. Here the children can ride Pippi’s horse, Old Man, ride the slide, play in Pippi’s kitchen, and do lots of other fun things.

www.junibacken.se
Galärvarvsvägen 8, 115 21 Stockholm 00 46 8 587 230 00

Sandhamn

Sandhamn (Sand Harbour) is a small island in the Stockholm Archipelago popular for pleasure boating since the late 19th century and known for its tavern, clubhouse, and harbour. Sandhamn is the key meeting place for sailors and yachters, with a vibrant party scene during summer. The idyllic village has an inn, hotels, the classic Royal Swedish Yacht Club, and numerous restaurants and bars. Sandhamn is connected to the mainland by ferry lines departing from Stavsnäs and Stockholm. The island is also the scene for the sailing race Round Gotland Race covering two days, the most prestigious race in the Baltic Sea.

www.destinationsandhamn.se
Tourist information 00 46 8 571 530 00

Galleri Magnus Karlsson

Galleri Magnus Karlsson was founded in 1990. The focus of the gallery is to show the work of emerging artists from Sweden. The gallery has joined international art fairs such as Liste, Basel, Art Forum Berlin, Frieze Art Fair, London, The Armory Show, New York and ABC, Berlin to present those artists also internationally. The gallery also co-produces exhibitions and projects with museums and galleries. In the summer of 2011 Hellvi Kännungs, a project room on the island of Gotland, opened for the public. It will also be a place for artists to meet and work.

www.gallerimagnuskarlsson.com
Fredsgatan 12, S-111 52 Stockholm 00 46 8 660 43 53

Bonniers Konsthall

The Bonniers Konsthall is a leading art gallery and institution for Swedish and international contemporary art with themed group exhibitions as well as individual artist exhibitions. Bonniers Konsthall operates on an international level, and collaborates with other Swedish and international cultural institutions. The gallery also publishes its own magazine, available both in print and online. Bonniers Konsthall has its roots in the Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation, which was founded in 1985 by Jeanette Bonnier in memory of her daughter Maria Bonnier Dahlin. Every year, the foundation awards a grant to a young Swedish artist.

www.bonnierskonsthall.se
Torsgatan 19, 113 21 Stockholm 00 46 8 736 42 48

Nordiska Museum

This is Sweden’s largest museum of cultural history with exhibitions on Swedish trends and traditions in areas such as home interiors, fashion, jewellery, table settings, folk art, textiles, dolls houses and much more. Nordiska museet is home to over one and a half million exhibits, including exclusive items and everyday objects, all with their own unique history. The collections, which are managed by the Nordiska museet foundation, reflect life in Sweden from the 16th century to the present day.

www.nordiskamuseet.se
Djurgårdsvägen 6-16, 115 93 Stockholm 00 46 8 519 546 00

Moderna Museum

Moderna Museet, Stockholm’s modern museum, has one of the world’s finest collections of 20th and 21st century art. The photography collection goes back as far as 1840. Moderna Museet in Stockholm originally opened on 9 May, 1958, in what used to be a drill hall on Skeppsholmen. The Spanish architect Rafael Moneo designed the new building for Moderna Museet, after winning an international competition for the assignment. The new building was inaugurated, according to plan, in connection with Stockholm Cultural Capital in 1998.

www.modernamuseet.se
Exercisplan 4, 111 49 Stockholm 00 46 8 520 235 00

Fjäderholmen

At only 25 minutes by boat, Fjäderholmen is the island closest to Stockholm and offers spectacular views of the waterfront and archipelago as well as a lovely restaurant, Fjäderholmarnas Krog. Fjäderholmen also has restaurants, cafés, craftsmen, museums, guest harbours, theatres etc. Take a swim along one of the beautiful cobs or sunbathe on a cliff, then take a stroll around the island, visit the craftsmen or old boat museum on your way and maybe see a theatre play before dinner and a glass of wine.

www.fjaderholmarnaskrog.se

Archipelago

Stockholm’s archipelago is the largest in Sweden, and the second-largest in the Baltic Sea with approximately 30,000 islands and islets. You can visit the islands all year round, but during winter period the routes depend on the ice conditions. Several boating companies have regular routes, such as Waxholmsbolaget. Taxi boats are also available. In summer many people cruise the archipelago waters with private boats and picnic on the islands.

archipelagofoundation.se

Old Town

Gamla Stan is the area of the old town of Stockholm on the island Stadsholmen, dating back to the 13th century with cobblestone streets, historic architecture, and a scenic square in the centre surrounded by old merchants’ houses. This is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in Europe and Stockholm’s most unique attraction. Here you find some of the city’s best restaurants and cafés, as well as small curiosity, antique and handicraft shops, the Royal Palace, Stockholm Cathedral and the Nobel Museum. Look out for the traditional daily changing of the guard.

visitsweden.com/stockholm-old-town

Drottningholm

Beautiful Drottningholm Palace is the magnificent residence of the Swedish Royal family and one of the largest palaces in the world with over 600 rooms, dating back to the late 16th century. The combination of the exotic Chinese Pavilion pleasure palace, the palace theatre and the magnificent palace gardens make a visit to Drottningholm a unique experience. The Palace is Their Majesties the King and Queens permanent home residence. The rooms in the southern wing of the palace are reserved for this purpose. The rest of the palace and grounds are open to the public year round.

www.kungahuset.se
178 02 Drottningholm, Stockholm 00 46 8 402 62 80

Djurgarden

Djurgarden is a national city park with lush nature and a diverse selection of culture and entertainment with major attractions such as Skansen, Vasa Museum, Nordic Museum, Gronalund amusement park, the Royal Yacht Club, ABBA The Museum and several of the best seafront restaurants in Stockholm. An outing to Djurgarden can consist of a short culinary break or an entire day packed with activities. In this park you will find inviting grassy slopes and big trees, shaded walkways along the canals that feature boating activities, and water all around. You can enjoy a walk on a dedicated walking path that takes you all around Djurgarden.

royaldjurgarden.se

Skansen Open-Air Museum

Skansen was founded in 1891 and is the world’s oldest open-air museum, portraying the entire country’s history from the past five centuries, with brilliant realism, including histori­cal buildings and peop­le dressed in period-clothing. This miniature historical Sweden is reflected both in the buildings and their surroundings – from the Skåne farmstead in the south to the Sami camp in the north. Swedish rural culture is brought to life by exhibiting furnished houses and farmsteads, cultivated plots and gardens and both domestic and wild animals.

www.skansen.se
Djurgårdsslätten 49-51, 115 21 Stockholm 00 46 8 442 80 00

The Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum (Vasamuseet) is a maritime museum located on the island of Djurgården, displaying unique and almost fully preserved 17th century ship theVasa that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628. Salvaged in 1961 the Vasa has been slowly and painstakingly restored to a state approaching its original glory. Decorated with hundreds of carved sculptures the 69 meter-long warship attracts the most visitors of any museum in Scandinavia. In addition there is a well-stocked shop and a pleasant restaurant.

www.vasamuseet.se
Galärvarvsvägen 14, 115 21 Stockholm 00 46 8 519 548 00

Operan

Kungliga Operan is Sweden’s national venue for opera and ballet performances in a majestic neo-classical building with a magnificent gold foyer and elegant marble grand staircase leading to a three-tiered auditorium. The original Royal Opera House opened in 1782 and was created by King Gustav III who was assassinated ten years later at a masked ball in 1792. The event of his demise is remembered in a number of performances, most famously Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera. The Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet companies hold opera and classical dance performances throughout the year.

www.operan.se
Gustav Adolfs torg 2, 103 22 Stockholm 00 46 8 791 44 00

Björn Axén

In 1963, top Swedish hairdresser Björn Axén founded his company with the aim of offering the absolute best in hair care. By 1984 Björn was well-established and could call himself Purveyor to the Court. Queen Silvia’s beautiful updos have been influential among the European courts, and Björn’s work laid the foundation for the trends that can be so clearly seen today. Björn Axén is now Sweden’s strongest hair care brand, an unpretentious organisation that is associated with flair and luxury, as well as quality and a high level of service.

www.bjornaxen.com
Norrlandsgatan 7, 111 43 Stockholm 00 46 8 545 273 50

Yasuragi

With several Japanese restaurants, a luxury hotel and special childrens’ provisions, this is the ideal spa for a reviving getaway. Yasuragi has been named Spa of the Year at the SpaStar Awards. Guests can unwind here, rediscover their energy and go home with a new force. Their own sustainability concept: Feel good, Do good – for sustainable living. That means a healthy mind in a healthy body in a healthy world.

www.yasuragi.se
Yasuragi Hasseludden
Hamndalsvägen 6, 132 39 Saltsjö-boo, (Stockholm) 00 46 8 747 61 00

Selma City Spa

This chic spa is the place for those who want to sip a glass of bubbles in a pool high above the rooftops. The place where you and your friends get a nice start on a successful evening, or when you just need a quick fix treatment. The place where you can order boxes filled with heavenly food signed Frida Ronge is Selma Spa, one of Stockholm chicest spas, winner in the category “Best Day Spa” by Spastar awards 2014.

www.cityspastockholm.com
Östra Järnvägsgatan 35 (Norra Bantorget), Stockholm 00 46 8 676 98 10

Sturebadet

Sturebadet is a superb spa located in the heart of Stockholm with 50 Spa services, including massage, bath cures, and facials and a host of fitness activities in beautiful surroundings. The spa’s unique and idyllic atmosphere is what makes this modern Spa facilities so inviting. At Sturebadet, you can choose either to work out in a group setting, or if you prefer, have your own personal trainer, be it on land or in water. If a mental workout is what you need, try one of the yoga, power hour or zenergy classes. Relax in the nature inspired Spa Suite and delight in a true culinary experience in Restaurant Curman.

www.sturebadet.se
Sturegallerian 36, 114 46 Stockholm 00 46 8 545 015 00

Nordic Spa & Fitness, Grand Hotel

At the Nordic Spa & Fitness in Stockholm’s luxurious Grand Hotel you can enjoy a classic Swedish massage, delight in a beauty treatment, be coached by a personal trainer, visit a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine or stretch out with a chiropractor. Relax in a sauna and take a refreshing dip, just like in the skerries. Feel tranquillity in the beautiful, late-summer warm pool. Fit in an energizing and empowering visit to the gym.Treatments: Nordic massage, facial, body treatments, manicure and pedicure and more.

www.grandhotel.se
Grand Hotel
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 SE10327 Stockholm 00 46 8 679 3500

W Lounge

W Lounge in is a beautiful hair salon with white stone walls, candles and relaxing music that create a a luxurious and harmonious environment where you can enjoy your treatment with a good espresso and a magazine. W lounge cares about customers’ hair and therefore make a personal diagnosis of scalp and hair lengths to offer you their expertise. They give you knowledge in hair care, help you to get the feel and shape you want on your hair by styling tips and professional products that suit your hair and the life you live.

www.wlounge.se
Rådmansgatan 50, 113 57 Stockholm 00 46 8 158 333

Barber & Books

One of the most respected barber shops in Stockholm, Barber & Books is a barber shop combined with a bookstore modelled on a similar initiative in New York. Inspired by 1920s Manhattan, Barber & Books has created a unique environment for those who want a different experience. This quiet and peaceful establishment offers you the finest treatments with warm wraps, neck massage, razor shaving and trim. On the shelves of book department you will find handpicked photo books; the perfect gift.

www.barberandbooks.se
Östgötagatan 21, 116 25 Stockholm, Sweden  00 46 8 640 02 27

Titoshairstudio

One of Sweden’s top hairdressers, Tito Frez, has a vast experience, great expertise and celebrity clientele. Tito Frez is the owner of Titoshairstudio Sweden and a unique individual as much as a very talented hairdresser. In his own words: ‘Always follow my own path (and I am always RIGHT!) My style is very unique an extravagant. To me nothing is too much or too little.’

www.instagram.com/titoshairstudio
Karlavägen 72, 114 59 Östermalm, Stockholms Län 00 46 8 660 45 04

Balance

Located near Stureplan, Balance gives access to an exclusive gym in a prime location. With a fully equipped gym and several exercise rooms there is plenty of space, and you are virtually guaranteed to always have machines at your disposal. Balance’s sleek and stylish interior is designed by Claeson Koivisto Rune, one of Sweden’s leading architectural firms. Balance training philosophy is based on your goals and special conditions. You get the help of a personal trainer to set up an individual training plan to help you reach your goals in the shortest possible time.

www.balancetraining.se
Balance City
Lästmakargatan 10, 103 87 Stockholm 00 46 8 407 44 00

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