There’s more to Sweden than meatballs…
Stockholm is a vibrant city filled with rich culture, music and design, ready to overload your senses in the best possible way. Whether you choose to wander through the razor-thin cobblestone streets of Gamla Stan, or marvel the Drottningholm Palace, you’ll explore one of Europe’s most impeccably preserved historic centres. The enchanting, almost fairy-tale-like alleyways clash with an abundance of modern world-class museums and galleries in a beautiful merging of past and present. Come on then, let’s get to it…
Return flights from London to Stockholm will see you and your plus one arrive in no time
We have two fantastic accommodation options for you to choose from, both of which are perfectly located on the waterfront in the heart of Stockholm! The first is Grand Hôtel Stockholm featuring fine dining at a variety of restaurants, including Mathias Dahlgren’s Michelin star restaurant, Matbaren. Treat yourself to a dip in the swimming pool or opt to enjoy the Grand Hôtel Nordic Spa & Fitness facilities. This hotel offers a slice of luxury and history as you join the likes of Martin Luther King and Princess Grace as their next guest of honour. Fancy, eh?
Our next accommodation option is just as serene, but instead focuses on personality over grandeur. A self-declared Second Generation Lifestyle Hotel, the chic Lydmar Hotel offers stunning views of the Old Town and Royal Palace. Each room is individually decorated, many of which feature original stucco work and wooden beams. Delicious European cuisine can be found at The Dining Room, Lydmar Hotel’s restaurant, which has a refreshingly homely and relaxed atmosphere.
Depending on availability for your preferred dates, similar hotels may be offered.
You’ll receive £100 spending money to pick and choose your own activities, so we thought we’d offer our top picks for what to do in Stockholm. Food is a serious passion, with fresh produce-a-plenty being sourced from Stockholm’s surrounding fields, forests and waters. Food connoisseurs will marvel at the variety of dishes available – it turns out there’s more to Swedish cuisine than meatballs! Those looking to learn about Stockholm’s culture and history will find themselves surrounded by a huge array of museums, galleries and collections. A special shoutout goes to Fotografiska Stockholm where you can discover world-class photography and sustainable dining, a unique mix that feels right at home inside the Art Nouveau style former customs house.
We’ve partnered up with our pals over at LuckyTrip to bring you this holiday for 2 to Stockholm.... thanks LuckyTrip! <3