Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm

Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm Sweden: Top 5 (2021 Updated)

Celebrate LGBT Pride at the Stockholm Pride Parade and stay in one of the gay friendly hotels Stockholm, Sweden.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights in Sweden are regarded as some of the most progressive in Europe and in the world. Same-sex sexual activity was legalized in 1944 and the age of consent was equalized to that of heterosexual activity in 1972. Sweden also became the first country in the world to allow transgender persons to change their legal gender post-sex reassignment surgery in 1972 whilst transvestism was declassified as an illness.

After allowing same-sex couples to register for partnership benefits in 1995, Sweden became the seventh country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage countrywide in 2009.

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, encompasses 14 islands and more than 50 bridges on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago. The cobblestone streets and ochre-colored buildings of Gamla Stan (the old town) are home to the 13th-century Storkyrkan Cathedral, the Kungliga Slottet Royal Palace and the Nobel Museum, which focuses on the Nobel Prize. Ferries and sightseeing boats shuttle passengers between the islands.

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1. Berns, Historical Boutique Hotel & House of Entertainment 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm

Berns
Berns

Berns Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel from 1863, situated next to Nybrokajen Harbour in central Stockholm. The iconic building features a historic dining hall and a lobby shop which offers a selection of exclusive Scandinavian brands. Berns’ guests are welcomed to three on-site nightclubs – Nostalgica, Terrassen and NEU.

Just around the corner, guests will find Stureplan which is one of Stockholm’s most luxurious shopping and nightlife areas. The Old Town and the Royal Palace are just a few minutes walk away. Berns features two different restaurants; Berns Asiatiska and Calle P.

Berns Asiatiska offers upscale Asian cuisine, mainly with flavours from Japan, Korea and Vietnam.

Set in a historic cultural venue built in the 19th century, this hip boutique hotel is a 2-minute walk from a metro stop and a 12-minute walk from Stockholm Palace.

Chic, colorful rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks and minibars. Upgraded rooms offer Nespresso machines, saunas and/or balconies. Hip suites provide additional living space. Some have whirlpool tubs.

The hotel has a French restaurant, an Asian restaurant and a seasonal rooftop bar, plus a concert hall and a nightclub. Other amenities include conference facilities and a gym. Valet parking is available. Breakfast is extra.

Located in a central city alley, Berns Hotel is a premium boutique hotel full of modern design. At the same time it is part of the legendary house of Berns dating back to 1863. Maybe it’s the secret entrance that has made guests such as Rihanna, Bill Gates, Noomi Rapace and Dalai Lama pass through the doors. Or maybe it’s the majestic breakfast hall with crystal chandeliers and mirrors. Either way, Berns Hotel is known for excellent service.

Berns Hotel also opens the doors to Stockholm’s hottest nightlife. When your stay include days from Wednesday to Saturday you will get a VIP wristband allowing you to jump the queues to the best nightclubs of the central city.

A good-looking and delightful stay. I booked a deluxe balcony room on the 6th Floor and thoroughly loved the Berns Hotel. True, I didn’t get to sit out on the balcony and enjoy a “fika” in the pleasant Swedish summer. (Very nice espresso/coffeemaker in the room, by the way.) But there was something moody and very pleasant about being snowed into my Berns hotel suite in the middle of Sweden’s dark winter.

The decor was a little lived in, but for me, that was a feature. The room is designed for hosting and it felt like crashing the artsy apartment of your cooler-than-you best friend, versus a place too nice for you to put your feet up on the couch (socks, not shoes, of course). Notably, my room had a decent Bluetooth speaker. (Spotify and Netflix pre-loaded on the SmartTV, but you’ll have to log into your own account.) There’s a couch and lounge area and street fashion photography on the walls. A Shoji-style closet offers generous space for your clothes, including a drawer for your folded items.

Adding to the social vibe: the hotel prides itself on knowing the area nightclubs and festivals. I don’t know if the VIP wristband service is worth it or just makes you look like a douchebag tourist skipping the line of Stockholm’s most-frequented clubs. However, the staff are knowledgable and will point you towards the good stuff, if you’re looking for the local scene. Sadly, I was playing my guilty pleasures mix when a staffer (or member of De La Soul?) showed up at my door. Looking over his wire-rimmed glasses with disappointment, he offered an informative update to my playlist, understanding the responsibility, and indeed, the power, that comes with introducing someone to Afro-French Trap music for the first time. (Note to my new friend: I swear I listen to deep tracks. You caught me at my most basic.)

Along with musical recommendations from staff, upon request, the hotel will do in-room bartending if you and a few of your friends would like to socialize and party/chill a little. This is something I’ll definitely consider during a future stay. I don’t know if one needs to plan ahead, but this seemed to be an on-demand service.

The location simply could not be better nor more walkable. It’s right in the city center and walking distance to amenities, shopping and restaurants, which is perfect for first-time visitors who might not know the city well. A pleasant surprise was coming across a midwinter, outdoor ice skating rink open late at night, right across from the hotel (suggestion: you might not like Glögg, but you’ll regret not trying it after a hardy winter skate). A great way to defeat jetlag, enjoy some bonhomie.

Despite its social vibe and central, urban location, the hotel seemed relatively soundproofed and quiet. I wasn’t aware that I had a neighbor until I saw someone in the hallway. I should have asked him if he could hear my music playing, and whether my late hours were noticeable through the walls, but I didn’t have a chance to ask. I can only attest to the fact that it was very quiet and I heard nothing on my side, and that there were no reverse complaints. Would be good to check back in the busier summer, but it seems that Berns offers the best of both worlds: quiet and rest when you need it, stimulation and liveliness when you crave it.

The room service was a big highlight, as well. Anything you order comes from the Asiatiska restaurant downstairs, which means it’s one of the few places where you don’t get terrible room service food. I cannot emphasize how appreciated this is: I’ve had some of the worst food of my life, not to mention some of the most overpriced, in high-end hotels. Getting a decent maki — the Asiatiksa roll is tasty and totally worth it — at a weird hour, delivered to my door, was transcendent.

Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm
Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm

How much does a room costs at Berns Hotel Stockholm ?

Prices start 224$/night for Essential Room. The Rooftop Terrace City View with 1h Private Spa is  522$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Located on the top floor, this bright room features large windows and a balcony with views of Berzelii Park and Nybroviken. A seating area and pay-per-view TV are also featured. Slippers and bathrobes are included for extra comfort.

Where to book online– Berns, Historical Boutique Hotel & House of Entertainment since 1863 – Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm you can find the best hotels deals in Stockholm during Lollapalooza Stockholm which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Stockholm on Booking.com or  Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com  and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

2. Hobo 4* – Gay Friendly Accommodation Stockholm

Hobo
Hobo

This central Stockholm hotel is just 200 m from Sergels Torg Square and 500 m from Kungsträdgården Park. With a focus on sustainability, Hobo’s restaurant offers organic and seasonal dishes, of which many are vegetarian. Free gym access and free WiFi are included.

All rooms at Hobo feature industrial chic design and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some rooms feature views of the city. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer.

A café-style, organic breakfast is served daily for an additional fee. Guests can choose from a variety of breakfast items, such as chia pudding, egg muffins, sandwiches and fruit.

This chic hotel in a city center retail district is 9 minutes on foot from both Stockholm Palace and Stockholm Central train station.

Trendy rooms feature loaner gadgets hung on pegged walls. All are equipped with free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs with streaming capabilities. Upgraded rooms add windows, while suites offer exposed brick walls, and separate living rooms with city views. Room service is offered via text messaging.

Amenities include a coffee shop, a laid-back restaurant, a lobby bar and a 24/7 gym, plus an exhibition and performance area. Bike rentals are available.

Hobo is a boutique hotel in Brunkebergstorg, central Stockholm – but it’s far more than just a hotel. Hobo is our idea of community. A place where we live, work, create, learn and have fun together. 201 hotel rooms, plus two floors of bar and restaurant, a cafe, a stage and SPACEby, our pop-up area for collaborations between local creators, us and our guests. Welcome to Hobo.

The location of the hotel is the main advantage of staying here – less than 10 mins walk into Gamla Stan (old town) and also 10 mins walk from the central bus/train station if you rely on public transport from the airport.

A great hotel with great beds, good breakfast, helpful staff and a fun rooftop bar. No negatives here. We changed rooms and were upgraded to a 12th floor room with fabulous city views. This location is within 5-10 minutes of downtown shopping, the waterfront, and close to the Palace and old town. The rooftop bar was fun for all ages, and even had roller skating when we were there! The breakfast was substantial and had lots of choices.

As you walk in the reception really resembles a slightly bohemian clothes shop, but be not afraid, this is a serious hotel with helpful, friendly staff and a lovely bar/restaurant on the ground floor. The rooms are predictably Swedish in decor with lots of wood and a minimalist touch to everything.

Beds are very comfortable and the shower has plenty of power for when you need to wake up fast. All in all a great place that is also brilliantly situated for visits to the palace, the waterfront and the old town.

Relaxed and hip hotel close to the old town, shopping streets and museums. The service at the reception was friendly. The smallest rooms are quite small and without window. We had the Hobo Superior room, which was very convenient, not large but there was enough space.

Great views over the town from the upper floor rooms. The only minus is that there is a roof terrace restaurant and bar with life music on weekends, therefore some of the rooms can be a bit noisy (like ours on the 10th floor). However the bands stop playing before midnight, after which it’s quiet in the rooms as well. Even with the light noise, this is for sure a hotel we could get back to.

This hotel is right in the centre of one of the busiest parts of Stockholm but is quiet and has all the facilities you need – in fact more – and is great value for money. Although most of the bedrooms do not have windows, that’s not an issue once you are in them as they are comfortable and have everything you need without feeling cramped. Great shower, and bathroom generally. Breakfast is awesome – hot and cold buffet, and the bar is one of the most “happening” places in town. There are left luggage lockers, so you can leave your suitcase on your last day.

Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm
Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm

How much does a room costs at Hobo Hotel Stockholm ?

Prices start 197$/night for Economy Double Room (No Window). The Executive Suite is  340$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Featuring views of the city, this spacious suite features a satellite TV, seating area and work desk. The bathroom includes a shower, toiletries and bathrobes.

Where to book online– Hobo Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm you can find the best hotels deals in Stockholm during Lollapalooza Stockholm which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Stockholm on Booking.com or  Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

3. Collector’s Lady Hamilton Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm

Collector's Lady Hamilton Hotel
Collector’s Lady Hamilton Hotel

This charming hotel is housed in a listed 15th-century building, right next to the Royal Palace in Stockholm’s Old TownGamla Stan Metro Station is 400 m away. Guests have free access to the on-site sauna and plunge pool.

All rooms at Collector’s Lady Hamilton Hotel have cable TV and a private bathroom with eco-friendly toiletries. For added historic feel, most rooms feature old paintings, antique furniture and crystal chandeliers.

The hotel’s 13th-century cellar well is now used as a plunge pool. Guests can also relax in the sauna. The in-house Bistro Emma serves afternoon tea during weekends from September through March.

Set in a property dating from the 1470s, this elegant hotel on a lively cobblestone street is a minute’s walk from Storkyrkan cathedral and 3 minutes’ walk from the Royal Palace.

Rooms ranging from snug and homey, to airy and genteel have free Wi-Fi and cable TV; some add minibars, chandeliers, exposed beams and/or antique cabinets. Upgraded quarters add sitting areas and/or whirlpool tubs. Room service is available.

Breakfast is complimentary. Other amenities include a sauna, antique furnishings, and a plunge pool set in a converted 15th-century well.

With it’s genuinely personal touch, the Lady Hamilton Hotel is a feminine and romantic hotel in a fantastic location next to the Royal Palace in Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s Old Town. The hotel’s charming personality goes hand in hand with the amazing collection of antiques in the Swedish peasant style, which decorates both public areas and hotel rooms.

The Breakfast has a organic, fairtrade and homemade profile, and a selection of typical Swedish delicacies. The hotel’s Sauna and Relax area with a Cold water plunge pool can be booked and used free of charge. There are also complimentary Coffee and Tea making facilities on all floors.

Lady Hamilton Hotel is the most unique boutique hotel I have ever been in.
Every corner of the place is decorated like a museum or gallery, and their breakfast buffet spread which offers traditional Swedish stuff were the best I’ve ever had.

Other selling points include their location at famous tourist spot Gamla Stan, with Nobel Prize Museum and medieval church Storkyrkan and souvenir shops just a few steps away, and their friendly and accommodating staff.

We also had the chance to try their sauna, which is free but needed to be pre-booked.

This hotel is in a great location, just a 5 minute walk to the Royal Palace, cobbled shopping streets, and coffee houses. It has the feel of a collectors paradise – so much to look at on every wall. A real eclectic mix of things. Lovely cosy room with modern bathroom.

There are tea/coffee and hot chocolate making facilities on every floor to help yourself to. Breakfast was very plentiful to fully cooked to cereals and pastries as well as cheese and hams. All the staff were very friendly and helpful and spoke perfect english.

One block from the hotel in the opposite direction put us onto the pedestrian shopping street which runs through the area, with shops, restaurants, cafes and the main square at the end. We found everything from refrigerator magnets and Dalah horses to artisan crystal on the shopping street – it was great.
The Lady Hamilton is one of three boutique hotels owned by the same family – all with British maritime themes ( Lord Nelson and Victory).

Our room was spacious and airy, although a little too warm. Not surprisingly, the hotel has no air conditioning, on the theory that it’s hardly ever warm enough to be needed.

The room, and indeed the whole hotel, was clean, convenient and decorated with Swedish antiques collected by the owners. The breakfast room was very nice and the breakfast offerings were delicious. There is a small elevator and even a small outdoor patio area which we didn’t have time to use, but which looked very inviting.
The desk clerks were very pleasant and helpful, allowi

ng us to store our luggage in the breakfast room when we had a few hours after checkout time before leaving for our ferry to Helsinki.

I highly recommend The Lady Hamilton and hope to stay there again, if I should go back to Stockholm.

The hotel is small and older but very charming, making our stay very pleasant. The room was rather large by European standards, very clean, and the bed super comfortable.

One of the best amenities was the air conditioning which was a life saver and ensured quality sleep so that we could be wide awake and explore. The breakfast is varied and filling with both continental and hot options. All in all, it was a great place to stay and I would recommend it to friends and family.

Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm
Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm

How much does a room costs at Collector’s Lady Hamilton Hotel ?

Prices start 221$/night for Small Double Room. The Superior Double Room is  343$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Featuring views of the city, this spacious suite features a satellite TV, seating area and work desk. The bathroom includes a shower, toiletries and bathrobes.

Where to book online – Collector’s Lady Hamilton Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm you can find the best hotels deals in Stockholm during Lollapalooza Stockholm which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Stockholm on Booking.com or  Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

4. Nordic Light Hotel 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Stockholm

Nordic Light Hotel
Nordic Light Hotel

This sleek design hotel is just 100 m from the Arlanda Airport Express Train at Stockholm Central Station. It offers modern rooms with free WiFi and tea/coffee facilities.

All rooms at Nordic Light Hotel have a laptop-sized safe and satellite TV. The luxury beds are by Swedish brand, Anders Hilding. Bathrooms include quality toiletries from Björk & Berries.

The in-house Lykke restaurant offers cuisine inspired by Nordic food culture, serving it with a modern twist. Guests can enjoy the open kitchen, a chef’s table, as well as a terrace during nice weather. Löjromsbaren serves dishes based on a variety of fish roe, along with innovative cocktails and beer from Swedish microbreweries.

Nordic Light Hotel is within 5 minutes’ walk of the main square, Sergels Torg, and the Drottninggatan shopping street.

A 5-minute walk from the trains at Stockholms Centralstation, this contemporary hotel is 1 km from Stockholm Palace, and 3 km from both the Nordic Museum and Grona Lund theme park.

Airy, minimalist rooms feature free Wi-Fi, minibars, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded rooms and suites add sitting areas with sofa beds. Room service is available.

A breakfast buffet is complimentary. There’s a chic restaurant/bar with seasonal terrace seating.

Nordic Light Hotel is a contemporary design hotel in the very heart of Stockholm. Here, the Nordic heritage comes alive in every part of the facilities; in the lighting, the menu, the materials and the art. 2017 the Nordic Light Hotel went through a complete renovation and in collaboration with award winning architect Todd Saunders, a joint vision of what makes the Nordics so special, was formed into shape. The result, we dare say, is both inspiring and unique.

All 169 rooms include free wifi, a bright and balanced interior design, maximum noise control and high-quality beds for a good night’s sleep. The interior design of the hotel was inspired by perhaps the most prominent of all Nordic elements – the light. The result is simple, clean and transparent in colour and shape, with an ever-changing light scheme.

Location is phenomenal! It is one block from Arlanda Express$$ exit and through there you can access the train or bus station as well. Walking distance to old town, the must tour City Hall which is near where the boat to ??? is located. Close to major shopping and mass transit lines. And to boot we arrived on Gay Pride with the parade immediately in front of hotel.

Friendly and very helpful front desk staff. Great breakfast spread but was remarkably busy, even very early, perhaps because of conference groups in addition to guests.

Stylish room with great bathroom. Very Scandinavian. A bit narrow: while one wall was efficiently used for closets, drawers and TV it was not possible for more than one person to pass foot of bed at one time. Comfy firm bed with down pillow/ duvet. Good blackout shades. Good size safe fit iPad, maybe a laptop.

Modern design, warm friendly staff. Excellent location close to central station and express airport train. Tiny yet efficient rooms with modern tech and amenities. Lovely on-site restaurant and bar.

The great things:
– Excellent location close to Airport Arlanda station and Central Station
– Walking distance to Old Town, Shopping areas and Museums (a bit further)
– Great breakfast buffet and general quality of food
– Helpful front desk and bar staff (English bar manager – superb)
– Rooms clean and comfortable

Things to note::
– The rooms / bathrooms were quite small
– Gym was good size but could do with a bit more equipment
– Espresso was not included in breakfast buffet (come on guys!)
– Sometimes hard to get a drink at the bar because of local business crowd

Would definitely stay again and recommend to others.

he hotel is breathing Nordic values and customs which is very cool if you want to experience the domestic life and cuisine. The rooms almost feel like you are on a boat and the menu of the Lykke restaurant inside the hotel is crafted carefully to reflect the culture.

The wifi network is open ( no password ) and very stable.

There is a small handy kids area in the lobby but it could be improved with additional stuff for kids.

The gym is well equipped and functional.

As the hotel is located very centrally, it’s easy to get to all amenities. In fact Arlanda Express and the central station entrance is just behind the hotel and Metro entrance right across. Plenty of restaurants with international cuisine are around.

This hotel is perfect situated next to The Arlanda Express station. Very convenient and central, makes travelling easy. The reception area and bar greets it guests with light nordic design. Very fresh and welcoming. Friendly staff. The room was good value for money, modern and spacious. Did not hear any noise from the streets during the night.The breakfast had multiple choices, didn’t miss a thing.

The location is unbeatable, I mean it was literally next door to Arlanda Express terminal and Central station. We used the Flygbussarna busses to/from airport and it was just a few minutes walk through the Arlanda Airport Express terminal to the hotel.

With all the connections nearby, getting to places is a breeze. Gamla Stan, Royal Palace and even City Hall are all walkable. The breakfast spread is very good but can get crowded with the business travelers at certain hours.

We have the triple room which has a Queen bed and a sofa bed. My only complain was the slow internet speed in the room and the ventilation. It could get stuffy and I had to open the window. That could result in a bit of traffic noise, even at 5th level. Other than these minor issues, I would recommend this place.

Gay Friendly Hotels Sweden
Gay Friendly Hotels Sweden

How much does a room costs at Nordic Light Hotel ?

Prices start 383$/night for Standard Double Room. The Suite Room is  404$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This spacious suite has a separate living room with a sofa bed, minibar and coffee/tea facilities. It offers views of Vasagatan street, organic cotton linen and a bath.

Where to book online – Nordic Light Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Sweden  you can find the best hotels deals in Stockholm during Lollapalooza Stockholm which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Stockholm on Booking.com or  Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

5. Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm

Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm
Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm

This luxury hotel is next to the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre and the Central Station. It offers free Wi-Fi and gym accessfine dining and panoramic city views.

The modern guest rooms at Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel have a seating area and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Some include a Nespresso machine.

Guests can relax by the fireplace in the lobby bar. The in-house RBG Restaurant, Bar & Grill has a cocktail bar and serves Swedish and international cuisine.

The Waterfront Hotel’s central location provides easy access to the shopping areas, business district, Old Town and City Hall.

Adjacent to the Waterfront Congress Center and overlooking Riddarfjärden Bay, this sleek modern hotel is a 3-minute walk from Stockholm Central Station and an 8-minute walk from Stockholm City Hall.

Modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms and suites add water or city views, Nespresso coffee machines and/or separate living areas.

There’s a laid-back restaurant offering lunch buffets and a grill-style dinner menu, as well as elegant Sunday brunch. There’s also a lobby bar, and a waterfront lounge with DJs (open Thursday and Friday). Additional amenities include a business center and a gym.

Unwind and retreat at this new luxury hotel next to the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre, the area’s premier events and conference venue. This exceptional hotel, located in the heart of Stockholm, affords instant access to the best of the city; from restaurants and nightlife to the Old Town and the Royal Palace, guests enjoy quick access to the area’s most interesting attractions.

The location is perfect, the easiest way to reach the property is through the Central Train Station, the distance from the hotel to Arlanda Express is 5 minutes at most. The hotel offers beautiful views, delicious breakfast with wide choice (especially savoury), and outstanding staff that did their best to make me the most of my stay.

Great modern hotel. Perfect location in a city centre and walking distance from main sightseeing points,nice walk through shopping streets to old town about 15min.Central station right outside the hotel and regular busses take about 40 min to Arlanda airport.

Rooms are spotlessly clean and very good size. Breakfast is amazing with a vide viriety and a la carte to order. I recommend salmon and traditional meatballs for dinner. All off the staff are very attentive from breakfast, dinner waiters to receptionists and cleaners.

 

Location ? Then this one is perfect, Literally next to an entrance to the central station from where you can travel to other places or to Arlanda airport. You’re not so far from the city center, the town hall (place of the Nobel prize dinner) and the old city. But so are many of the other hotels in the neighbourhood.
Views ? That’s where the hotel does not live up to its expectations. The Waterfront is to be taken with a grain of salt and I did not see the lake/sea from my room.

Breakfast ? Top! The usual eggs and bacon/sausages, potatoes, tomatoes etc. Plenty of fresh fruit and yoghurts, all sorts of bread, the typical Swedish herring, Danish pastries, … name it, it’s there. Plenty of room to sit no stress to find a place (at least not when I was there).

Rooms ? Nice but not so special. Standard business level with an en suite bathroom with tub and toilet, a desk to work, closet with ample space for you cloths and a minibar with a limited choice of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

There is an iron and board in the room to straighten the wrinkled shirt after a long travel in a suitcase.
Internet ? Standard free internet is available.

Security ? Elevators need the card of the room to function.
Bar, restaurant ? I did not try them.

All in all a good not exclusive business hotel with the standard services one finds in most business hotels. No surprises.

Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm Sweden
Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm Sweden

How much does a room costs at Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm ?

Prices start 228$/night for Standard Room. The Superior Room with Lake View is  244$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This spacious suite has a separate living room with a sofa bed, minibar and coffee/tea facilities. It offers views of Vasagatan street, organic cotton linen and a bath.

Where to book online – Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm – Gay Friendly Hotels Stockholm Sweden  you can find the best hotels deals in Stockholm during Lollapalooza Stockholm which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Stockholm on Booking.com or  Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Vlaicu Sorin

Traveler, trying to be a photography, hostel lover , backpacker, beer hunter. In search for the perfect place.