A large proportion of Stockholm is covered in water, and it can be an awkward place to navigate. You should therefore put plenty of thought into finding the right Stockholm hotel for your needs.
Some of the city’s finest and most expensive hotels are close to the Central Station. There’s also a wide range of restaurants and shops in this area.
North of Central Station, on Vasagatan, you will find many places to stay. In this area you can go to a concert at the Vasa Teater or take a short walk to Drottinggatan for excellent shopping.
South of Vasagatan is the famous Old Town, or “Gamla Stan”. To visit this district is like travelling back in time, and there’s a good choice of hotels here. Within walking distance are many museums, including the Modern Museum and the Architecture Museum.
South of Gamla Stan is the district of Södermalm. You go "up" to Södermalm, literally, because you can get here by two lifts on both sides of Slussen, although you can also reach it by foot. On Södermalm there are numerous picturesque streets and old houses with gardens.
A good option for families would be the district of Slussen, north of Södermalm. From here you can take a ferry to the large amusement park Gröna Lund and the wonderful outdoor museum and zoo, Skansen.
Read more in our Stockholm Guide.
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