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Stay in Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s oldest and cosiest district. Hotel Scandic Gamla Stan is located in a charming 17th century building with a medieval atmosphere. Within walking distance of most Stockholm´s offers.
Gamla Stan (The Old Town) has a great deal to offer; here you’ll stay amongst its narrow alleys, shops and large selection of restaurants. Kungliga Slottet (The Royal Palace) and Livrustkammaren (The Royal Armoury) are popular places for visitors of all ages. At the Nobel Museum, you can learn about the Nobel Prize and Nobel laureates, and just around the corner is Sweden’s national cathedral, Stockholm Cathedral, which is one of several beautiful churches in Gamla Stan.
Hotel Scandic Gamla Stan has 52 rooms decorated in a personal style. If you wish to meet in a slightly more unusual environment, we can offer 2 smaller conference rooms in our cellar vault dating back to 1650.
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