Founded by Frenchman Jean-François Régis Cadier in 1874, this fairytale of a hotel is currently celebrating 140 Grand Years as one of Scandinavia’s leading luxury hotels. Steeped in history and tradition, The Grand Hôtel hosted the first Noble Prize banquet and continues to cater to royalty, celebrities, and everyday bon-vivants. There is something special about this place. Perhaps it is the best waterfront location imaginable, the distinct character of each suite, the Michelin-star shine of its restaurants, or the tranquility of its Nordic spa. Whatever it is, guests will revel in this exclusive yet cozy home away from home, an icon of old world hospitality.
All of The Grand Hôtel’s rooms are individually designed. Everything from the beautiful curtain fabrics and the spacious, handcrafted mosaic bathtubs to the Molton Brown toiletries and massage showers are carefully selected for quality and comfort. Fantastic waterfront views of the Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s old town, remind guests of the pivotal role this landmark has had in shaping Stockholm into the cosmopolitan city that is today.
The Grand is also home to the lovely 15,000 square-foot Nordic Spa & Fitness Club, which is architecturally inspired by the Stockholm archipelago. Rauk stones from Gotland and captivating fireplaces provide an invigorating contrast between the outdoor chill and indoor warmth.
Guests will relish in chef Mathias Dahlgren’s two Michelin-starred restaurants Matsalen and Matbaren, as well as the classic Veranda restaurant, the only city eatery to offer a traditional smörgåsbord year round. The Cadier Bar and hotel wine cellar boast an 1,800 label-long wine list highlighted by a Mouton Rothschild from the year the hotel opened, and Pol Roger, the hotel’s house Champagne, from 1914. Summer adventurers will savor wine on the terrace at Terrasen, a Mediterranean-inspired oasis where sea blue and raspberry red décor is framed by lush citrus and olive trees.
With an unparalleled central location, guests of The Grand Hôtel are within walking distance of some of Stockholm’s most treasured landmarks such as Skansen, Gröna Lund, Fotografiska, and Moderna museet. The only hotel in Sweden granted exclusive membership into The Leading Hotels of the World, The Grand Hôtel Stockholm invites guests to come a little closer to life and share in the Grand experience.Request Information