Hotels in Stockholm
Stockholm is unique. Built upon 14 islands connected with each other by 57 bridges. Surrounded by one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world. Stroll around in the medieval alleys of the Old Town, within a few steps from modern architecture - this gives the capital of Sweden both a small town feeling and a big city.
Our hotels in Stockholm
In Stockholm we have a total of 27 hotels, 14 of which are centrally located. The hotels are different in character and design. Join us on a tour to find the right one for you!
Stay at our signature hotels for a unique experience.
Our 3 signature hotels are all located in the city and have different themes and designs.
Grand Central by Scandic has a distinct music profile with live sessions and its own theatre. This lively gathering spot with its New York feel is located close to the central station and the major shopping streets.
To experience some 1920s flair and elegance right in the heart of the shopping district, book a room at Haymarket by Scandic.
Nature meets metropolis at our lifestyle hotel Downtown Camper by Scandic - the place for urban explorers. As a hotel guest, you can enjoy our daily activities at no extra cost ranging from running and yoga to wellness workshops and inspirational lectures.
We also have the following fantastic central hotels:
Scandic Klara is located next to Hotorget and is worth a detour to experience the best sandwiches in town.
Don’t miss comfortable Scandic No. 53 located on Kungsgatan, which hides a courtyard not visible from the street, but which is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of cava.
Towards the Old Town…
If you walk down Drottninggatan away from the city and towards the Old Town, you’ll find cosy Scandic Gamla Stan tucked down an alleyway. The history is almost tangible here in the oldest district.
…and on to Sodermalm
From the Old Town it isn’t far at all to Slussen on Sodermalm where you’ll find Scandic Sjöfartshotellet with its beautiful view of Stockholm’s inlet and a rooftop bar you’ll want to visit time and time again.
If you carry on walking up Gotgatsbacken instead, you’ll eventually reach Medborgarplatsen on Sodermalm and find Scandic Malmen with its popular bar.
Travel by boat instead!
If you take the Djurgarden ferry from Slussen instead, you can hop off at Djurgarden and Grona Lund. This is where you’ll find historic Scandic Hasselbacken, a beautiful building and gardens.
How about Stureplan and Ostermalm?
Scandic Anglais is located next to Stureplan. A favourite locals’ spot for after-work drinks. During the summer months, they take the lift up to Terrassbaren on the 7th floor. And in the winter, they head one floor up to Bar 101.
On the other side of Humlegarden is Scandic Park, which is not quite as fast-paced.
Hotels outside the city
North of town
In Solna, just outside the city, is Scandic Järva Krog. You stay close to the E4 motorway and Sweden’s biggest shopping centre, Mall of Scandinavia.
Kista has a popular exhibition centre, a business park and shopping centre. Here you can stay at Scandic Victoria Tower, a landmark courtesy of Wingårdhs architects, or at the welcoming Scandic Kista.
Travel out a little further on the E4 towards Arlanda and you’ll get to Upplands Vasby. We have 2 hotels here, Scandic Infra City is ideal for conventions, conferences and large functions. Scandic Upplands Väsby is a comfortable hotel with jacuzzi.
At the cosy Scandic Täby you stay conveniently close to the E18 motorway and central Taby.
Looking for spacious rooms, a morning swim or a spa visit without leaving your hotel? Then Scandic Star Sollentuna is the hotel for you! Located next to central Sollentuna and the commuter train into town.
South of town
Neighbouring the Stockholmsmassan Exhibition and Convention Centre and the commuter train into town is Scandic Talk. Don’t forget to take the lift all the way up to its Sky Bar.
Want to visit Sweden's second oldest IKEA (in a building inspired by the Guggenheim Museum in New York), burn off some energy at Bounce, or shop at SKHLM? Then you should check in to Scandic Kungens Kurva or Scandic Skärholmen.
Lidingo and Vartahamnen
Scandic Foresta is next to Millesgarden – the home and museum of the famous sculptor Carl Milles. There’s a beautiful sea view and view of Stockholm from here.
On the other side of the water in Vartahamnen is Scandic Ariadne. Here you’re close to all Stockholm’s sights. You don’t want to miss the view from its Sky Bar!