Hotel Door

This sublime, 5 star hotel located in central Stockholm is close to both tourist attractions and the business districts making it an ideal choice all visitors who are craving a touch of luxury to make their time in this beautiful city complete.  The facilities in this hotel are all the discerning traveller has come to expect from 5 star accommodations.  The friendly and informed staff provides an efficient concierge and room service with the well appointed rooms having all the usual refinements including air conditioning, fluffy bathrobes, luxury toiletries, minibar, cable flat screen TV and work station with high speed internet.  The option of suites and interconnecting rooms are also available for larger parties. For those in town on business, the commerce centre also provides a bookable secretarial service. There is an onsite gym which houses a sauna, complete fitness centre and massage service, plus a relaxing bar and restaurant which both offer their guests first class service and choice.  The nearest train station is a quick 2 minute walk away from which to begin your day’s activities.

Our top picks in the local area…

For families

The Vasa is a unique, preserved 17th century warship which sunk in 1628 on its maiden voyage leaving Stockholm. 333 years later, it was salvaged and ever since restoration of this truly magnificent ship continues.  A national treasure, the Vasa is housed in specially constructed museum which was actually built around the ship.  The Vasa museum is Stockholm’s most visited attraction and is a family highlight not to be missed.

For romance

The fresh air, water, greenery and magnificent architecture makes Stockholm an unusually romantic city to visit.  After a day’s sightseeing the lure of the Storkyrkobadet bath house located in the Old Town (Gamla Stan) is the perfect place to unwind with your loved one and soak away the stresses of the day.  Relax back into the warm porcelain baths, saunas’ and plunge pools and let them work their magic.

For culture

The replete collection at Sweden’s National Museum is a must of any tour of Stockholm.  Old and new sit side by side here with sculptures, paintings, art and craft works, graphics and modern design classics from the 1900’s through to the present day being on display.

For shopping

For all you shopaholics out there, there is only one place to head in Stockholm – NK’s. Founded in 1902, NK’s originated to bring together the world’s finest products under one roof.  That aim was achieved and today NK’s remains the most popular department store in the land – often frequented by the Royal Family!  The 6 levels of the store house over 100 departments all of which boast internationally recognised brands and designer names. So wear some comfortable shoes and get stuck in.  Trust us, you will not be disappointed.

For food

Stopping for ‘fika’ is a very Swedish pastime and is literally translated as meeting up for coffee and pastries. Tössebageriet on Ostermalm (West District) is the quintessential Swedish bakery to grab a pastry to indulge in this pass time.  Established in 1920, what they do not know about a good pastry is not worth knowing……

For nightlife

Why not make like the locals and arrange to meet your fellow party animals under the Svampen (literally translated as ‘the mushroom’) at the centre of Stureplan in the city centre?  On any might of the week friends meet here before heading off to any one of the cities cool night spots.  Our choice?  Try the iconic Spy Bar for the chance to spot a few famous faces in this hip hangout.


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