For a Scandinavian city break to remember make sure to book a room in this stunningly luxurious 5* Secret Hotel in the heart of Sweden’s capital, Stockholm. Spacious and contemporary double en suite rooms feature exceptional room service, air conditioning, a flat screen LCD TV, mini bar and safe for all your valuables. Guests can relax and unwind by taking advantage of the health club including spa, fitness centre, sauna and massage treatments. Boasting a stylish restaurant serving fine international cuisine and a cosy bar lounge where guests can put their feet up at the end of the day with a drink or two. Enjoy the ultimate luxury at affordable prices!
Located in a highly desirable city centre location, this Secret Hotel is the perfect base for exploring all that Stockholm has to offer. A short walk from the Museum of Modern Art, spend an afternoon admiring the various works of contemporary art by famed artists such as Picasso, Matisse and Dali. Art lovers are also sure to enjoy the Millesgarden, an art museum and sculpture garden which is a short distance away.
For a taste of modern architecture, make sure to visit the Kaknästornet, a broadcast tower that is a major hub of Swedish entertainment and media. Open to the public and drawing in many tourists each year, the tower is also home to a restaurant, gift shop and multiple observation desks giving unparalleled views over the Stockholm archipelago.
This Secret Hotel is also a stone’s throw away from the majestic Royal Palace, official residence of the Swedish royal family. One of the largest royal palaces in the world, the stunning architecture and sheer opulence of the building make it one of Stockholm’s most popular tourist attractions. From here you can catch a boat tour around the picturesque islands and inlets that Stockholm is built upon, whilst learning about the city’s vibrant and varied history.
Shopaholics are sure to love the quality of shopping that Stockholm has to offer, including the magnificent NK Department Store, home to hundreds of shops and eateries. Shops are also in abundance in the old Gamla Stan area of the city, recognisable by its cobbled streets and archaic architecture. This stunning medieval area of Stockholm is set on the charming island of Stadsholmen and is host to quaint restaurants and bistros within ornate Baroque and Renaissance buildings; the perfect way to sample some Scandinavian cuisine in a gloriously historic setting.