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Sweden hotels

Sweden's hotels tend to be conservative rather than colorful—neither too grand nor too design-minded. Expect a simple room with two single beds pushed together (even in rooms that are advertised as doubles) and a compact bathroom. That doesn't mean Swedish hotel rooms are uncomfortable or that you won't sleep well: Sweden is home to two of the world's best bed manufacturers, DUX and Hästens, and the locals pride themselves on their beds and bed linens. You won't leave hungry, either. Most hotels serve a healthy breakfast of whole-grain breads, berries, yogurt, ham, cheeses, and eggs. While chain hotels (such as the Choice Hotels conglomerate and Scandinavia-based First Hotels) dominate the market in many towns, you can find lodgings with more personality—particularly at family-owned country inns.

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The Treehotel, Harads

Just south of the Arctic Circle, this property not only enables guests to get away from it all but to do so from a unique perspective, between 6 and 40 feet up...more

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Nobis Hotel, Stockholm

In the Swedish version of Monopoly, Norrmalmstorg is the game's most exclusive square. Now a real hotel has opened here, and it's knocking the competitors off...more

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Grand Hôtel Stockholm, Stockholm

The Grand, in continuous service since 1874, has the best location of all, fronting the harbor, with views of the Old Town and the Royal Palace. There are...more

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Fjällnäs, Tänndalen

After a mighty makeover that spruced up the original 1882 building and added two new guest wings, a wood-and-glass chapel, and a serene spa, this mountain hotel...more

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Hotel Rival, Stockholm

Bono owns a hotel in Dublin, so—pop quiz—if a native rocker were to own a Stockholm hotel, who should it be? ABBA, you say? Correct! One of the B's of...more

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Berns Hotel, Stockholm

You can eat, drink, party, and sleep at the Berns. Originally built as a music hall in 1863, it remains one of the city's top entertainment hubs. The 65 guest...more

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Lydmar Hotel, Stockholm

It's no small feat to open next to the illustrious Grand Hotel and promptly steal the crown of Stockholm's best hotel. The Lydmar feels like a country house in...more

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Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

Transforming a military barracks into a luxury hotel isn't an easy task, particularly when the building, dating from 1699, is so historic that structural...more

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Hotel Esplanade, Stockholm

If you've had it to here with design, take refuge in this cute-as-granny's-house, family-run (by the current brood since 1986) harbor-front hotel. The gorgeous...more

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Hotel Diplomat, Stockholm

Like its next-door neighbor, the Esplanade, the Diplomat is family-owned and has a prime waterfront location on this very desirable street, and while the former...more

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