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Arriving into the heart of Stockholm, the short drive onto the island of Skeppsholmen takes you to an oasis amidst the city. Staying at Hotel Skeppsholmen in Stockholm is an opportunity to be footsteps from the iconic sights that make the city incredible, all the while, having a retreat to escape to. Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi CollectionStaying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen in Stockholm with Kiwi Collection

The summer-yellow buildings, historic and renovated beautifully, make the Hotel Skeppsholmen what it is today. The former three-hundred-year-old house has been transformed into a modern and cozy space that’s within footsteps of the Museum of Modern Art. Booking with Kiwi Collection, a curated collection of luxury hotels around the world meant an upgraded room and an early check-in to settle in (based on availability). Kiwi Collection carefully selects hotels in cities around the world, which means each stay is as special as the one before.

Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

With views over the islands of Stockholm, the Hotel Skeppsholmen feels a world away from the crowds even though it’s a short walk into Gamla Stan. Upon entering the main building, the cozy interior and fluffy throws over leather seats are just a few of the touches of Sweden design in the hotel. The main building hosts what is the center of all food-related experiences, with a breakfast room which transforms into their lunch and dinner restaurant, Restaurant Långa Raden. The sunlight fills the room making breakfast one of the best ways to start the day in Stockholm. Fresh pastries, coffee, and a handful of other local delights are highlights of the buffet. During the summer months, the patio transforms into a garden oasis where you can lounge out on chairs and enjoy the view from the terrace.

Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

Each of the rooms and suites is carefully designed, integrating Swedish coziness yet preserving the big open windows that pour in light. The light floors, dark furniture, and pops of color make the room feel cheerful and homey. With robes, local Byredo toiletries, and a well-stocked minibar, the room is set for all that you could need during the stay. One of the highlights and design-catching details is in the bathroom  — the unique Boffi Basin (sink) that pours water over a large stone. It’s these kinds of details that set the Hotel Skeppsholmen apart. Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi CollectionStaying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

Hotel Skeppsholmen is a Stockholm hotel that gives you a quiet stay in the heart of the city. With an ideal location, it makes for a great place to call home while exploring the city. Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with Kiwi Collection

Bon Traveler’s Tips For Staying at the Hotel Skeppsholmen in Stockholm


  • Book with Kiwi Collection to receive extra perks.
  • The concierge team is incredibly helpful so be sure to ask them for any tips around the city.
  • Enjoy dinner at least once at Restaurant Långa Raden and try local favorites.

Get in Touch

Hotel Skeppsholmen
Gröna gången 1, 111 86 Stockholm, Sweden
Call+46 8 407 23 00 or visit http://www.hotelskeppsholmen.se/en/


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