If you’re on the hunt for a price friendly place to stay, Motel L isa great choice. It’s located at the trendy Hammarby sjostad, a stone throw and you can get on a boat to Djurgarden or Kungsträdgården. The hotel is a designed by a famous architect, and has a hip and relaxed vibe. Prices start from as low as 725 kr/ night, and the best part being the location which has lots of various of eatery and stunning views. Hammarby is a special place, as I lived there ones upon a time, its kid friendly area and close to town, which makes it perfect for families with young kids.
If luxury, retreat and spa is your jam, you have found home at the Downtown camper. They offer everything from yoga classes, meditation and facials. Locally made kayaks, longboards and bikes are available to borrow for an upclose experience of the city. Since the location of the Hotel is in town, you have great variety of shopping and sightseeing right at your doorstep, you wouldn’t need a travel card during your stay, as you could walk to most places, like the royal palace etc. There are so many aspects of this hotel I could rave about but I have to say, the best part was the rooftop pool with a unbeatable view of Stockholm, which makes you feel like you’re on top of the world. Even if you’re a local Swede wanting a great staycation this is the place to make you love Stockholm even more.
Cafè Schweizer – It really is the best cafe in Stockholm.
We figured this out as soon as we stepped inside.
The place is relaxed, well-decorated and offers comfy chairs perfectly positioned in front of huge windows overlooking beautiful Gamla Stan. There’s a board to leave your initials, too. I think the staff is the child friendliest I have ever had in Stockholm so far.
The food and drink here are excellent and cheap. I enjoyed coffee followed by some Water (free Water and free refill on the coffee) and a huge Fish soup and Elias got some Bullar and Cacao it was more than enough for two people to get stuffed on.
The atmosphere cozy and I can’t think of a better spot to spend a couple of hours in Stockholm – Gamla Stan, especially in the Morning to have a powerful Brunch.
ABBA – The Museum ist eine interaktive Ausstellung über die Popgruppe ABBA, die am 7. Mai 2013 in der schwedischen Hauptstadt Stockholm eröffnet wurde. Als Teil der Swedish Music Hall of Fame befindet sich das Museum im Untergeschoss des Gebäudes auf Djurgården in Stockholm, in der Nähe des Gröna Lund-Vergnügungsparks. Organisatoren schätzen pro Jahr eine Million Besucher. (Wikipedia)
Das Abba-Museum befindet sich auf der Halbinsel Djurgården in der Nähe des Freizeitparks Gröna Lund. Thema der Ausstellung ist die schwedische Band ABBA und natürlich ihre Musik: neben Kostümen und einem nachgebildeten Tonstudio gibt es zahlreiche interaktive Elemente zum Mitsingen und Mithören.
- Mai – August: Täglich von 10 bis 20 Uhr. Letzter Einlass 18:30
- 31. August – 13. Dezember:
- Fr – Di: 10 – 18 Uhr Letzter Einlass 16:30
- Mi – Do 10 am – 8 pm. Letzter Einlass 18:30
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ABBA – The Museum ist eine interaktive Ausstellung über die Popgruppe ABBA, die am 7. Mai 2013 in der schwedischen Hauptstadt Stockholm eröffnet wurde. Als Teil der Swedish Music Hall of Fame befindet sich das Museum im Untergeschoss des Gebäudes auf Djurgården in Stockholm, in der Nähe des Gröna Lund-Vergnügungsparks. Organisatoren schätzen pro Jahr eine Million Besucher. (Wikipedia) • • • #schweden #sweden #sverige #auswandern #urlaub #stockholm #norwegen #abbamuseum #skandinavien #abba #natur #schwedenhaus #schwedenliebe #reisen #visitsweden #urlaubinschweden #wanderlust #urlaubmitkindern #landscape #landschaft #photography #schwedentipps #svensk #schwedenurlaub #marcostrong #sthlm #urlauber #urlaubimnorden #norwegen #deinschweden
I always get the following question on my Instagram ;where should I stay? Can you recommend a Hotel? Since (Gamla Stan) is one of my favourite locations here in Stockholm , I figured it would be nice to find a really good hotel there. To my surprise, I realised that there aren’t that many hotels in Gamla Stan, well not as many as I assumed. I did some research and found The Lady Hamilton Hotel. I reached out to them and was pleasantly surprised when they offered me to stay for a night. It was better then I imagined, as I expected the vibe to be more “vintage-ish”, but it was pretty modern and fresh with a decor of classical furnitures.The bed was super cosy , it had a huge modern bathroom with a bathtub. We actually had 2 rooms, one for Elias and one for me, there is a sauna in the basement available to ones liking. The breakfast was great, there was something for everyone to enjoy! The carrot cake was amazing, my son couldn’t get enough, we had to get out of there before he ate it all 🙂
Thank you so much to The Lady Hamilton Hotel in Gamla Stan for a beautiful day! I will definitely come back!!!
If you’re visiting Stockholm check out their hotel, you won’t be disappointed 🙂