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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.
This hotel is located next to one of the bridges crossing the historic district of Gambla Stan and a 5 minute walk from the central train station. The staff is the best around. They are very friendly and help you in any way they can. Moreover, there is a Spaniard from Malaga who works in reception so there is no language problem. The rooms are huge, modern, and everything is very clean. The rooms offer spectacular views of Lake Mälaren. They also have a coffee machine with various types of coffee and tea that you can enjoy at any time without any extra cost. The only problem as always is that the WiFi and breakfast cost extra and are not cheap. Undoubtedly it is very well located and merits a return visit.
This is a 5-star deluxe hotel located in the center of Stockholm. It acts as a temporary residence for most international stars visiting the city. It is the only hotel in the country belonging to the exclusive chain "The Leading Hotels of the World". The hotel was founded in 1874 by Frenchman Régis Cadier, who could not have chosen a better location for an establishment of such characteristics. The original building was enlarged and today it is attached to the "Bolinderska" palace, which originally was a very luxurious private residence. It hosts 376 rooms, 42 of which are suites, 24 are local conference and party rooms, a cocktail bar, two restaurants and lounge, and a Spa. To get an idea of what exorbitant prices and the quality of service that you get, the price of the most expensive suite, called "The Princess Lilian Suite", is 55.000kr/night, so € 5,500 for one night. However, this includes the enjoyment of the 330 square meters of the room as well as a private personnel service.
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.
The Columbus Hotel is located in the beautiful city of Stockholm and has a new look due to its recent refurbishment. It has 40 spacious, modern rooms. Its location is ideal, right in the heart of the city, so you can easily explore Stockholm on foot.
This photo was taken in the entry way of the Renaissance Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio. This building is reported to be one of the oldest in the city. Built in 1918, the original hotel was created for travelers to have a resting place between New York City and Chicago.
I have a love, passion for the glamour of the 1920's. This hotel is said to have attracted presidents and movie stars throughout the years. I could not spend enough time in this hotel and not be inspired. Every architectural detail is breathtaking. I imagine myself resting on this bench during that era and witnessing the fabulous visitors pass by as I realize I am one of them.
The Renaissance Hotel has become my favorite place to go back in time and imagine. It is a place that I have dreamt about.