Merry, Merry!


We wish You a magic Christmas, filled with love, joy, happiness, rascal children and fun partners, some hot wine or bubble water, laughing and warm heart and at least, a visit to Stockholm

Stockholm Guesthouse, an unique rental agency.


Vasa akterspegel

Ordered by King Gustav II Adolf, a regent obsessed with status symbols, the magnificent ship Vasa sank after only 1,300m in front of spectators on its first journey in August 1628. After several failed attempts the ship was finally salvaged in 1961. Almost intact after 333 years in the water, it’s now on display here in its full glory.
Read more here

How to get there:
Address: 14 Galärvarvsvägen, Djurgården
Getting there: City Tram #7 from Sergels Torg, get off at Nordiska Museet/Vasamuseet
Boat: Djurgården ferry at Slussen, exit at Gröna Lund
On foot: walk along Strandvägen, across the bridge to Djurgården, keep on walking underneath the oak trees for 10 mins.

Stockholm Guesthouse says: From Wreck to state of the Art !

Photo: Karolina Kristensson, the Swedish National Maritime Museums


Going for a fika is a very Swedish thing.  Though difficult to translate it basically means to meet up for a coffee and a piece of cake or pastry. Sweden enjoys a highly developed culture when it comes to baked goods, and everywhere in Stockholm you will find cafés and cake shops with atmosphere, character and quality, whether traditional or contemporary-creative.
The best Cinnamon buns – rated 1st out of 51 bakeries –  you find on Wienercafèet, Biblioteksgatan 6

Stockholm Guesthouse says: Happy Fika! :-)

Kaffe & Kärlek


Kaffe & Kärlek or Coffee & Love
We would like to suggest a photo blog about the life in SoFo. The pictures is taken by our host in SoFo.
– follow, fall in love, think coffee, think laid back, think open mind

Click here for the photo blog

Stockholm Guesthouse says:  J’adore!! :-)

Corporate Stockholm Guesthouse


Are you in Stockholm for business or on longer stay?

Corporate Stockholm Guesthouse offers the tailor-made solutions for your needs. We have a number of representative apartments for your stay  in Stockholm City, and houses in Lidingö, Djursholm, and Gamla Enskede, as well as regular “sleep-shower” apartments.

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Stockholm archipelago


The Stockholm archipelago stretches 80 km east from the city into the Baltic Sea. The 30 000 islands, islets and rocks offer a variety of experiences: Huvudskär, Bullerö and Svartöga (home to what claims to be the world’s smallest post office) are all great for hiking, there’s plenty of accommodation on Grinda, Sandhamn and Utö while the archipelago’s largest sand beach, Stora Sand is on Nåttarö. There are regular ferry and boat services between the islands and Stockholm throughout the summer.

How to get there? What to do? Nature and Adventure?  – Read more on Stockholm Archipelago

Stockholm Guesthouse says: Go! The archipelago is sooooo beautiful!!

The Prince wedding

The wedding of HRH Prince Carl Philip and Miss Sofia Hellqvist will take place in the Royal Chapel at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on Saturday 13 June at 16:30.

After the wedding, the bride and groom will be taken by horse and carriage from the Royal Palace of Stockholm along the Outer Courtyard, Slottsbacken, Skeppsbron, Slottskajen, Norrbro, Regeringsgatan, Hamngatan, Nybroplan, Nybrokajen, Hovslagargatan, Södra Blasieholmshamnen and Strömbron, ending below Logården.

Immediately after their arrival at Logården, a 21-gun salute will be fired at five second intervals from Skeppsholmen. The Swedish Armed Forces will parade along the route of the cortège and on arrival at Logården.

The King and Queen will be hosting all the wedding arrangements.

For more info – click here

We have still available accommodations for the weekend of 13th june, please email us with your inquiry

Stockholm Guesthouse says: We love weddings :-)

Welcome to Open Palace on 6 June – free entrance on Sweden’s National Day


Welcome to the traditional Sweden’s National Day celebrations at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on 6 June! The gates from Slottsbacken will open at 10:00 to a full day with free entry to the Palace’s Hall of State, Apartments of the Orders, four museums, activities for children and plenty of music! The Palace is open until 17:00.

For more info – click here

Stockholm Guesthouse says: We love 6th June :-)

Swedish National Day Celebrations at Skansen

Svenska Flaggan

The tradition of celebrating Sweden’s National Day – or Swedish Flag Day as it was originally known – began at Skansen. Skansen’s founder Artur Hazelius wanted to establish a festival to unite the nation, and he chose 6 June. It was on this day in 1523 that Gustav Vasa was proclaimed king. Sweden’s National Day has been celebrated at Skansen since 1893.

Celebrate the Swedish National Day at Skansen. There will be entertainment, national day concert, flag workshop, folkdancing and a variety of other activities for both adults and children.

The day ends with the traditional National Day celebrations at the Solliden stage with a solemnly celebration program and star-studded entertainment in the presence of the royal King and Queen. The festive program begins at 6:30 PM and ends around 7:30 PM. The evening will also be broadcasted on Swedish national television SVT1

For more info and program – click here

Stockholm Guesthouse says:  We love Sweden :-)

City beaches

city beach

Stockholm Guesthouse listing city beaches,

Rålambshovsparken on Kungsholmen is a popular park for activities during the summer, with a great view over Riddarfjärden, City Hall and Gamla Stan. People come here to play soccer, boules, beach volleyball or brännboll, or take part in an aerobics session, but also to swim and sunbathe or meet with friends.
Young people prefer Rålambshovsparken, while families with children prefer the nearby Smedsuddsbadet.

Smedsuddsbadet is a favourite for families and its sandy beach and snack stands.

Tantolunden is a large park by Årstaviken on the island of Södermalm. Its location close to the restaurants and cafés of Hornstull, Mariatorget and SoFo has made the area a popular meeting place for Stockholmers. People of all ages meet here for swimming and picnics in the summer.

The idyllic island Långholmen is a popular spot, narrow beaches and several large rocks offer good swimming for the experienced.

Brunnsviksbadet, a swimming beach in Frescati Hage at Brunnsviken in the Ekoparken park. There are also charming inlets and beaches near Haga Park for experienced swimmers. Walk or take the subway to the Universitetet station.

Stockholm Guesthouse says: Summer welcome! :-)