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Grand Hotel Stockholm

Grand Hotel Stockholm Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The historic Grand Hotel is one of Stockholm's grand dames, complete with gilded accents and a high-profile clientele. Built in 1874, the hotel boasts spectacular harbor views, and a great location near multiple museums and tourist attractions. Stately rooms have flat-screen TVs with premium channels, and some come with extras like separate deep soaking tubs and balconies. But be sure to upgrade to at least a Classic or Superior Room (215 or 270 square feet, respectively): Single Rooms are teensy tiny by American standards, measuring around 160 square feet.
Lydmar Hotel

Lydmar Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 50-room Lydmar Hotel is a hip, design-centric choice located in central Stockholm. Paintings and photographs line the hallways, each floor has its own living room area, and the two-floor lobby boasts a popular restaurant and beautiful views of the harbor. The sleek, earth-toned rooms are among Stockholm's best, with individual designs (no two rooms are the same), and thoughtful attention to detail -- big windows, unique light fixtures, cool wall art, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel does not have a spa or fitness center, however, so guests looking for these amenities may consider the less cool but equally luxe Grand Hotel Stockholm next door.
Sheraton Stockholm Hotel

Sheraton Stockholm Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

An upscale business hotel on the edge of Stockholm's historic Gamla Stan neighborhood, the Sheraton Stockholm has 465 large, modern rooms, many of which have water views. A stalwart on the hotel scene since 1971, the hotel is minutes away from the central train station and right next to the City Hall. Its modern gym, happy hour offers, and upscale bistro make it a good choice for travelers who like a lot of amenities, and the Sheraton chain is also known for its comfortable beds and top-tier service. The Hilton Slussen, a five-minute drive away, has similar rates and views over the waterfront.
Scandic Grand Central

Scandic Grand Central Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A stylish design hotel in a 19th-century schoolhouse and former theater, the 391-room Scandic Grand Central is located in central Stockholm, at the major Kungsgatan-Vasagatan intersection in the Norrmalm neighborhood, putting design-conscious guests in the heart of the action. The upscale hotel offers an extensive, free daily breakfast, with organic and gluten-free options, and hosts live music events in the lobby on certain nights. It's also home to several popular bars and restaurants, and has a well-equipped gym with a sauna. Note that some of the rooms in the basement do not have windows, but this is reflected in the lower rates. It may be worth comparing to the Clarion Hotel around the corner, which has similar rates and modern rooms, but also the perk of an outdoor pool.
Berns Hotel

Berns Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 65-room contemporary boutique is part of the historic Berns Salonger complex, which includes a bistro, a top-notch Asian restaurant, a ballroom, and a nightclub. The club makes for some loud nights over the weekends, but it often hosts well-known performers, and the hotel's location is superb -- right on a park, just blocks from great shopping and many tourist attractions. Stylish rooms have hardwood floors and bold, quirky wall art, but be prepared to take the room names literally -- the Extra Small Room is, truly, extra small, at just 107 square feet.
Radisson Blu Strand Hotel

Radisson Blu Strand Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Radisson Blu Stand feels like a typical business hotel -- rooms are small, dated, and worn, and the amenities are few. The hotel's location is the real draw, right on the water and just blocks from shopping, tourist attractions, and convention centers. Splurging for a room with a harbor view is well worth it, but visitors may want to consider staying at the hipper, more modern Lydmar Hotel, a 5-minute walk away.
Scandic Sergel Plaza

Scandic Sergel Plaza Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Scandic Sergel Plaza is a 403-room, mid-range chain hotel, centrally located just off Sergels Torg, the most central public square in downtown Stockholm. The Scandic is rather dated in its design, and could benefit from a refresh; the furnishings in the rooms look especially tired. The hotel's bar and restaurant, however, feel more vibrant and are especially popular with locals and guests alike. One of the hotel's major advantages is its location: a leisurely 10-minute walk from Gamla Stan, the old town, and a five-minute walk from T-Centralen, the main metro station that connects to all parts of Stockholm. Scandic Sergel Plaza is popular with families -- for its colorful kids' club and baby strollers that can be rented by the day -- and business travelers -- for its central location, numerous meeting rooms, and banquet hall. The Scandic Hotel Grand Central, a ten-minute walk away, is the hotel's sister property, and has a funkier vibe, quirkier decor, and a sauna, but also generally has higher rates.


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