Unique hotels in Stockholm

November 13, 2017 • 3 min read

Are you visiting Stockholm on a weekend and want to add that extra spice to your vacation? Choose a unique hotel! There are plenty to choose between. Here’s our favorite unique hotels in Stockholm.

Haymarket by Scandic
This boutique hotel opened in 2016 and has since then proved it’s spot in the hotel scene in Stockholm – it was needed. Located in a venue that in the 1920s housed the warehouse PUB, where Greta Garbo used to work, you can count on well kept details in the interior and design. It’s just something out of the ordinary, everything from the golden shower cabins to the bed setting. Haymarket by Scandic is located on Hötorget (Haymarket Square) in the middle of Stockholm, close to Gamla stan (the Old Town), the pedestrian shopping street Drottninggatan and many great restaurants. See more of the hotel here.

Another new star on the hotel sky is Hobo, which, opposite to what the name might state, is a new boutique hotel in the city. The hotel, that consists of approx. 200 rooms also houses a restaurant, a café, two floors of bar and a pop-up area. What’s so special about this hotel is the interior and decoration. If you look at the photo above, you’ll see it’s not our typical clean Scandinavian interior. Count on the exact same standard though, if not better! Read more on Hobo’s website.

Pop House Stockholm
If you’re a fan of ABBA, you’ll wanna live in Pop House Hotel and nowhere else. Located on Djurgården in Stockholm, in the same venue as ABBA The Museum, you’ll find a four year old hotel (inaugurated in 2013). Each room has panoramic windows and fancy interior, sometimes quirky. On Friday’s you can enjoy Pop House Live at the hotel’s restaurant, most often a new artist with focus on music produced in Sweden. Book your room here.

Hotel Kungsträdgården
Just by Kungsträdgården, with both Östermalm and Norrmalm nearby, lies Hotel Kungsträdgården. It’s a family owned hotel, located in a building that dates back to the early 1800s. This is something you’ll definitely notice once you enter, many interior details are kept from this era, especially wooden works. The hotel opened in 2015, and when it did, it was done with one of Europe’s largest chandeliers on the hotel’s lovely courtyard. Read more about this hotel on Hotel Kungsträdgården’s website.