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Stockholm has some incredibly innovative accommodation options. Here are our Forbes Travel Guide’s editors’ five favorite Stockholm hotels:
1. Nobis Hotel. Perhaps the city’s most luxurious hotel, the interior of Nobis is impeccably designed with straight Swedish lines and minimalist décor. But there’s plenty of comfort at this historic hotel that’s in the heart of Stockholm, making it a prime spot for sightseeing.
2. The Rival Hotel. Film lovers will get excited over this newly renovated 99-room hotel — it has its own cinema. Once hailed as Stockholm’s first boutique hotel, this hip spot is in the Södermalm district. Above guest room beds, you’ll notice a vintage still from a classic film, and there’s also a well-curated DVD library for guests use.
3. Hotel Skeppsholmen. This modern 81-room hotel is set in a pair of historic buildings from the 17th century. A perfect spot for those who want to briefly escape the bustle of the city for an evening. This hotel is on Skeppsholmen, a small island — just a short walk over the bridge and you’re back in the heart of the city.
4. Radisson Blu Strand Hotel. Radisson Blu hotels are always a mark of quality — offering elegantly-decorated rooms, superb personal service and great dining options— but this one is a cut above the rest, housed in a historic waterfront building right in the city center.
5. The Grand Hotel Stockholm. If you’re seeking one of Stockholm’s most luxurious and storied hotels in the center of town, consider the Grand Hotel. The suites embody timeless elegance and — Forbes Travel Guide editors love that each room has its own unique style. Gourmets will appreciate that the acclaimed Mathias Dahlgren Food Bar is here, as well as the Cadier Bar, which offers an internationally inspired cocktail list.