See and be Seen at Two of Stockholm’s Best Hotels

- Melissa Mewdell,

Recently, President of Kiwi Collection Philippe Kjellgren stayed at Lydmar Hotel in Stockholm. This boutique design hotel is for savvy travelers, he said, and is best appreciated if you want to be right in the heart of the “see and be seen” circle in Stockholm.

Popular among international travelers and local Swedes alike, Lydmar Hotel is a happening place in Stockholm. It’s where people come to hang out with their friends while looking (and feeling) absolutely fabulous!

If a modern look and feel and individually designed and decorated rooms are what you’re looking for, than you’re sure to find it here. And, at only 46 rooms, Lydmar provides an intimate feeling complete with excellent service and attention to detail.

Because of the intimate nature of this hotel, you’ll find the owner’s personal art collection around the hotel and in the rooms, which will make you feel as though you are staying in a friend’s exclusive private residence.

Stockholm Hotels - LydmarOne of Philippe’s favorite features of the Lydmar was the great outdoor seating area. In addition to being in one of Stockholm’s trendiest spots, you can really enjoy an excellent view of the old town across the water and the Royal Palace.

If traditional-style hotels are more your thing, check out the Grand Hotel Stockholm. This classic Stockholm landmark is right next to the Lydmar Hotel and gives guests a good taste of old world charm. The Grand Hotel Stockholm has 309 spacious rooms and suites. Some of the larger suites contain up to five rooms! We featured the Grand Hotel Stockholm in a post about the Swedish Grand Open.

For an excellent meal, you’ll want to check out Mathias Dahlgren (one of the restaurants at the Grand Hotel Stockholm). The chef, Mathias Dahgren, is a well-known culinary artist in Sweden. He won the prestigious “Boscuse d’Or” contest several years ago and is the only chef in the country that has won “Chef of the Year” four times from “Restaurang & Storhushall” – a Swedish trade magazine.

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