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One-of-a-kind hotels in Sweden

Visit Sweden's arctic north for mountainous wilderness or explore the Swedish capital Stockholm, with its striking architecture and delightful waterside setting. We did the research and have listed the 10 best hotels for your perfect getaway to Sweden.

Published in: July 2022
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Hotel Skeppsholmen

Stockholm Skeppsholmen


On a peaceful and lush island in the middle of the bustling city lies a more than 300 year old house. A building from 1699 with an exciting historic background, all made out of recycled material from old buildings and ruins around Sweden.

Hotel Skeppsholmen, Member of design Hotels
Gröna gången 1, 111 86 Stockholm
+46 8 407 23 00


Copperhill Mountain Lodge

Copperhill Mountain Lodge



Located on the top of Mount Förberget is Copperhill Mountain Lodge, Åre's highest hotel, at 730 metres above sea level. Just 150km south of the Arctic Circle, the lodge offers unrivalled views of the picturesque Jämtland Mountains and tranquil Lake Åresjön. Designed by award-winning architect Peter Bohlin, the hotel has a strong focus on design. Bohlin, best known for his work on the iconic apple stores, has created modern yet cosy interiors with geometric wooden beams and large stone fireplaces. During winter, the snow-covered mountains become one of Scandinavia's most renowned alpine ski resorts.

Copperhill Mountain Lodge by Nordic Hotels
Björnen Copperhill 62, 837 97 Åre


Fabriken Furillen

Fabriken Furillen

Gotland Island


For a true island escape, head to the island of Gotland and check into Fabriken Furillen for a beautiful design experience in tune with nature. The Fabriken Hotel & Restaurant are housed in a former building workshop that was once part of the limestone factory which is still left on the dramatic site. Beside the hotel rooms here, Fabriken Furillen offers two ”hermit cabins” for guests seeking complete relaxation in nature.

Fabriken Furillen
Rute Furilden, 624 58 Lärbro - Gotland
+46 498 22 30 40



Sandhamn Seglarhotell

Sandhamn Island


The history of Sandhamn Seglarhotell dates back to the 1800s. Sandhamn is located farthest out in Stockholm’s central archipelago, just before the open sea begins. Today it is run by the couple Johanna Nordström and Marcus Wallén, who has a background at some of Stockholm’s most iconic restaurants.

Sandhamn Seglarhotell
Sandhamn Box 124, 130 39 Sandhamn
+46 8 574 504 00




Hasseludden (15km from Stockholm)


Where Japan meets Scandinavia. At check in you receive a traditional Japanese cotton roab. These you carry throughout your stay; when staying in the Japanese bath, when moving around the house and for your meals.

Hamndalsvägen 8, 132 81 Saltsjö-boo
+46 8 7476100




Stockholm Norrtull


Stallmästaregården is an intimate boutique hotel and inn with 49 rooms, located just off the Royal Haga Park and Brunnsviken. The hotel, which opened in 2000, is surrounded by a peaceful and tranquil environment with magnificent scenery while the city's pulse is just a short walk away.

Stallmästaregården, Member of Design Hotels
Annerovägen, 113 47 Stockholm
+46 8 610 13 00




Harads (Swedish Lapland)


A unique landscape hotel where nature and imagination run wild. Whether you’re looking for an adventure, a relaxing break or simply to wind down in nature, Treehotel invites you to experience nature, in the most unique and memorable way you can imagine.

Edeforsvägen 2 A, 960 24 Harads
+46 928 103 00


Icehotel Jukkasjärvi


Jukkasjärvi (Swedish Lapland)


Each winter, the Torne River's slow-moving, pristine waters freeze into solid ice. In 1989, the first Icehotel was built by hand using these massive ice blocks, harvested from the very river that runs alongside it. Over 30 years later Icehotel is a renowned destination for travelers from all over the world, offering a unique and unforgettable experience in the cold. Are you ready for a very special night in the ice?

ICEHOTEL Jukkasjärvi
Marknadsvägen 63, 981 91 Jukkasjärvi
+46 980 668 00


Ett Hem

Ett Hem

Stockholm Östermalm


Ett Hem was a private residence built in 1910 and is situated in a peaceful, residential area of Stockholm. Specifically designed by the owners to feel like a home rather than a hotel, with just 22 stylish rooms and suites. It is not a typical hotel - it is a place that allows the guest to become part of it, a place where guests are treated as friends of the owner's family. Superbly comfortable rooms, a relaxation room, gym, library, sitting room and a lunch and dinner menu enhance the low-key, yet elegant ambiance.

2 Sköldungagatan, 114 27 Stockholm
+46 8 20 05 90


Arctic Bath

Arctic Bath

Harads (Swedish Lapland)


An oasis of wellness and design, floating in the heart of Swedish Lapland. Situated under the northern lights in the winter, and the midnight sun during the summer months, Arctic Bath is a unique hotel and spa experience that welcomes guests to immerse themselves in the elements while leaving a minimal environmental footprint behind.

Arctic Bath Hotel, SLH Hotels
Ramdalsvägen 10, 961 78 Harads
+46 928 70 30 40


Visit Sweden

Experience the beauty and culture of Sweden, known for its picturesque landscapes, delicious cuisine, and innovative design. From the stunning archipelago in the west to the rolling hills of the south, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Explore charming medieval towns, enjoy delicious seafood, and discover the country's rich history and traditions. Visit Sweden today and see why it's a top destination for travelers from all over the world!


Best time for visiting Sweden

If you are interested in experiencing the country's famous summer light and mild weather, the months of June to August are a good choice. However, if you are looking to see the Northern Lights or participate in winter sports, the months of October to March would be a better option. Additionally, the mid-September to mid-October is a great time to see the fall colors.

Published in July 2022. All listings on this page were independently selected and personally reviewed by our team of passionate travel experts. The information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. Do you have any feedback or suggestions regarding our guides, please contact us via the contact us page.