Grand Hotel Stockholm is probably the most luxurious hotel of the city. Opened in June 1874, it belongs to those times where “Grand” was the target name for prestigious hotels in most of the Europeans capitals. Standing at the edge of the sea, just in front of the Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, the old city area, it is close to the National Museum. Since 1901, all Nobel Price laureates are used to be welcome in this outstanding property.
All the beauty and the luxury of the Belle Epoque are represented in the palace. Carved wooden and covered with leaf gold column’s details of the lobby are one of the dignified representatives of the first times. The master name to describe the hotel is elegance : elegance of yesterday and elegance of today.
Here you’ll meet contemporary blending with authenticity and tradition. All the guest rooms and suites are decorated individually. They provide all the comfort for the most demanding travelers. The Princess Lilian Suite and its 330 sqm (3,552 sqft) offer a panoramic view above the whole city and the sea.
Cuisine at the Grand Hotel Stockholm is orchestrated by the experienced chef Mathias Dahlgren. The hotel owns a two starred and a one starred at the Michelin Guide restaurants Marbaren and Matsalen The Veranda is the third restaurant. It offers a wonderful view over the water front and the Royal Palace. The Wine Cellar is renowned for its impressive 1.800 cared label-long wines built up from the year of 1874 vintage to today. During the beautiful days, the terrace is the perfect place to admire the view.
The other master piece of the property is the Grand Hotel Nordic Spa. It hosts a fabulous stone pool with fireplaces. Here, you will find all the best of Swedish treatments and Nordic bathing rituals for a unique experience.
The Grand Hotel Stockholm appears to be the only Swedish hotel of the Leading Hotels of the World, such as the Raphael in Paris, Le Bristol, the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris, the Fouquet’s Barrière or the Negresco in Nice, the Hermitage Hotel and the Metropole in Monaco.