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This is a real landmark hotel in the city of Stockholm. You have the chance to sleep on a boat in the centre of the city. There are cabins for up to 6 or 8 people, and are ideal for group travel. An affordable price for a unique experience. Don't expect luxury: you'll have to make the bed yourself, and the toilet is shared. But the boat has been renovated, and standards are good.
The Radisson SAS Hotel in Stockholm is an excellent hotel in the middle of the beautiful capital of Sweden. It opened in 1912 right next to where the Olympic Games were played. Attached to one of the many channels in the geographic center of the city, it offers luxurious facilities. It has 152 rooms, plus suites. The suites have different names referring to historical figures. They´re all different and have different views and decorations. The great view of the small cove and boats is an additional detail. Within walking distance you have several places for recreation or entertainment - the Theatre, the Royal Castle and its museum, the Museum of Modern Art (Moderna Museet), and numerous renowned restaurants like Källaren. Gamla Stan (The Old Town) and the exclusive shops of Östermalm design neighborhood are also just a few blocks away. The connections are perfect from the hotel. The subway is a few steps away and there is also a tram and bus in front as well as the ferries that go from one island to another. To get there by subway, get off at the Kungsträdgården station on the blue line. Surely those guets staying in this magnificent hotel won´t mind getting there by taxi either.
A hotel located in central Stockholm in an older, quieter area. It is brand new, very modern, and full of color (the bar area at night has a system of lights that change color which gives a very peaceful vibe). And most importantly, there is free internet available. The rooms are very welcoming, small but really well cared for: good TV, a cozy bathroom and a complete double bed.
This hotel is located in the oldest part of Stockholm, on one of the islands of this marvelous city named Gamla Stan. It is located strategically to move in any direction. Near the hotel you can find the entrance of the ships of Stockhold Sightseeing, the Royal Palace. The inside of the hotel is decorated like a boat. There is free wifi.
This is cheap, central and far more fun than a hotel. This hostel is a historic cruise ship moored in central Stockholm. It is five minutes from the Nobel Museum. You sleep in the original cabins, which comprise bunk beds and an impressively compact toilet with shower. Breakfast can be paid for separately but there are plenty of good cafes nearby.
I stayed here almost 20 years ago but I still have not forgotten the feeling of sleeping in one of the most luxurious yachts in the world. It was constructed in 1924 and belonged to the wealthy American, Barbara Hutton who was married to Cary Grant. Prices vary greatly depending on the type of cabin. It could be one of the miners, one of the officers or one of the captains. The space is small but you are in the heart of Stockholm.