The guide to the best nightclubs in Stockholm

Fancy a night out with friends, great music and drinks? Despite Sweden's strict alchohol laws, Stockholm is famous for its bustling nightlife scene. The city hosts numerous watering holes, upscale clubs and industrial-style venues for some serious dance floor action. So as to help to decide where to go we have created this guide to the best nightclubs in Stockholm.

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Berns: A lil' something for everyone
Berns is a contemporary lifestyle concept featuring hotel, restaurant, bar and nightclub. Famous for their artisanal cocktails and penchant for great music, Berns appeals for a wide audience. The newest addition Audiio - an innovative basement club features the latest music systems and caters to a conscious crowd of electronic and underground music fans.
Hours: Sundays-Thursdays until 01am, Fridays-Saturdays until 03 and 04 am respectively
Entrance fee: Approx 220 SEK
Age limit: Not listed (about 21-23 years old)
More information: BernsAudiio, Berzeli Park, City

Collage: 80's classic with a twist  
Collage is a modern reworking of the classic 80's club - barely reminiscent of its predecessor. One of the largest nightclubs in the city the venue offers a VIP lounge area, dance floor and outdoor terrace as well as a dining area.
Opening hours: Wednesdays 11pm - 03am, Fridays-Saturdays 10pm - 03am
Entrance fee: Free admission 11pm-00
Age limit: 20 years on Wednesdays, Fridays-Saturdays 23 years
More information: Collage, Ingmar Bergman Gata 2, Östermalm


Collage

Oxid & The Spitfire: Stureplan club focusing on ambience and free entry
Oxid and The Spitfire, located just off Stureplan next door to Vassa Eggen are popular haunts with a varied crowd. During the day Oxid is tapas bar and The Spitfire a classic pub - a nightly transformation takes place, the music is cranked up a notch and the drinks start flowing. Free admission and reasonably priced booze is a winning concept for those looking a more casual alternative to Stureplan.
Opening hours: Wed-Sat until 03am (Spitfire is open on Sundays until 01am)

Entrance fee: Free
Age limit: 22 years
More information: Oxid, The Spitfire, Birger Jarlsgatan 33, Stureplan

 
Oxid

Público: South American flair
This elaborately decorated restaurant exudes a vibrant Latino flair. As the evening progresses the restaurant seamlessly fuses its nightclub setting, artisanal cocktails replace the exotic dishes. With emphasis on really great electronic music, the nightclub boasts of the latest sound systems and apart from talented residents also hosts international DJ's.
Opening hours: Tues-Thurs until 01am, Fri-Sat until 03am (the restaurant gradually shifts to a nightclub during the evening)
Entrance fee: Free
Age limit: 23 years
More information: Público, Rödbodtorget 2, City

 
Público

Vardagsrummet: For the love of hip-hop
Located next door to Collage, Vardagsrummet is solely dedicated to hip-hop. The nightclub hosts famous DJ's and live performances, the ambiance is relaxed and welcoming and the dance floor packed. Be sure to sign up on the guest list in advance as it is often packed.
Opening hours: Fridays-Saturdays 11pm – 03am

Entrance fee: Unknown
Age limit: 25 years
More information: Vardagsrummet, Ingmar Bergmans Gata 2, Östermalm


Vardagsrummet

Café Opera: A distinguished classic
Since the 80's Café Opera has been the melting pot of choice for enthusiastic clubbers. Is continues to live up to its renowned reputation, opulent decor, well-stocked bar and packed dance floor and lounge area. Celebrities often frequent the club’s VIP area. Hungry clubbers are offered their choice from the nightly menu
Opening hours: Wednesdays-Sundays 10pm – 03am
Entrance fee: Approx 220 SEK
Age limit: 23 years
More information: Café Opera, Kungsträdgården, City

Ambassadeur: An international affair 
One of the largest clubs in the city, Ambassadeur offers multiple dance floors and bars creating a club-in-club feel. The nightclub caters to a wide audience ranging from electro enthusiasts to commercial pop fans. A popular alternative, just off Stureplan.
Opening hours: Fridays-Saturdays 10pm – 04am
Entrance fee: Approx 180 SEK
Age limit: 25 years
More information: Ambassadeur, Kungsgatan 18, City

Kåken: Cocktails and cool kids
Kåken combines unpretentious, laid back club-feel with a vibrant dance floor. The venue attracts a conscious and hip audience, yet the ambiance is relaxed. Artisanal cocktails and good music is a winning combination.
Opening hours: Wednesdays-Thursdays 6pm - 02am, Fridays 5pm – 02am, Saturdays 6pm – 02am
Entrance fee: Free
Age limit: 23 years
More information: Kåken, Regeringsgatan 66, City

Solidaritet: A sense of solidarity
Solidaritet - solidarity is a seemingly appropriate choice of name for what this club stands for, the ambition is to create a sense of community. The music genre is predominantly electronic; the venue is frequently hosts international and Swedish DJ's. This nightclub also boasts of an outdoor terrace - perfect for summer months.
Opening hours: Thursdays-Saturdays 11pm – 05am
Entrance fee: 170 SEK until 2am, after that 200 SEK
Age limit: 25 years (certain number of guest list places for 20 year olds)
More information: Solidaritet, Lästmakargatan 3, Stureplan

Marie Laveau: Södermalm's local pride
Neon adorned Marie Laveau fuses Southern-style restaurant and nightclub - named the 'Little Quarter' a tribute to its New Orleans inspirations. Vibrant and bustling, the club appeals to a wide audience. Not in the mood for a rowdy crowd? The upstairs bar is a more relaxed haunt.
Opening hours: Wednesdays-Saturdays until 03am
Entrance fee: SEK 120 after 11pm
Age limit: 23 years
More information: Marie Laveau, Hornsgatan 66, Södermalm

Debaser Medis: A mix of rock and pop
Debaser boasts of one of the largest club scenes in Sweden - at least when it comes to pop and rock. Numerous famous artists have graced its scene. The night floor is packed with avid clubbers, the venue is open several days a week - who said partying is only for the weekend?
Opening hours: Wednesdays-Saturdays until 03am
Entrance fee: Free
Age limit: 23 years
More information: Debaser Medis, Medborgarplatsen 8, Södermalm

Fasching: Vibrant jazz vibes
Fasching on Kungsgatan has been a popular alternative since opening in 1977. With its dedication to jazz and soul, the club appeals to a varied audience and the dance floor is always packed. The nightclub is open several days a week with concerts, gigs and live performances.
Opening hours: Fridays-Saturdays until 03am
Entrance fee: Varies
Age limit: Sun-Tues 20 years, Wed-Sat 23 years
More information: Fasching, Kungsgatan 63, City

Obaren: Alternative club at Stureplan
Sturehof is a both a popular seafood restaurant and bar, perfect for casual hangouts. If you're in the mood for a slightly more boisterous club setting the adjoining Obaren is a safe bet. An energetic crowd, pulsing music and classic party-vibes, the music varies between rock, soul and electro.
Opening hours: Every day until 02am
Entrance fee: Free
Age limit: 22 years
More information: Obaren, Stureplan 2, Stureplan

Under Bron: Artsy club-vibes
Trädgården is a popular summer club, during the autumn and winter months it is transformed into Under Bron. The club and event venue is a musical melting point, with emphasis on electronic and underground music and performances. The relaxed ambiance and laid-back vibe appeals to locals and an ensemble of artsy hipsters. The outdoor courtyard is decorated with fairy lights and mismatched furniture with numerous bars, food trucks and activities such as Ping-Pong.
Opening hours: Fridays-Saturdays 10pm - 05am
Entrance fee: Free before 11pm, SEK 100 until 00am, SEK 150 after 11pm
Age limit: 21 years
More information: Under Bron, Hammarby Slussväg 2, Södermalm

Rose & Fou Club: A central watering hole
After midnight a large boisterous crowd of club-savvy urbanites gathers outside of Rose and Fou Club. Rose offers a classic nightclub setting with a vibrant mix of commercial music. Fou Club is a more intimate alternative, combining a French bistro with speakeasy-vibes.
Opening hours: Thursdays-Saturdays at 8pm - 03am (Rose)
Entrance fee: Unknown
Age limit: Unknown
More information: RoseFou Club, Hamngatan 2, Östermalm

Stureplansgruppen's extensive offering:
Stockholm's nightlife is synonymous with Stureplansgruppen. With multiple venues, the concept appeals to a wide audience. Sturecompagniet is one of Stureplan's oldest and most popular clubs, the venue itself houses multiple concepts specialising in different music genres. Hell's Kitchen, just next door caters to an audience that doesn't want to go home after 3am. The Spy Bar fuses commercial hits with hip-hop beats, be sure to check out Gubbrummet - the VIP club-in-club. The White Room is another after-3am-haunt packed with a younger audience eager to party.

For more information:
Hell's Kitchen, Sturegatan 4 (Thur-Sat 00 – 05pm | 23 years | about 180 SEK)
The Spy Bar, Birger Jarlsgatan 20 (Wed-Sat 10pm – 05am | 23 years | about 180 SEK)
Sturecompagniet, Sturegatan 4 (Thur-Sat 10pm – 03am | 23 years | about 180 SEK)
The White Room, Jakobsbergsgatan 29 (Wed 00 – 05am, Fri-Sat 11pm-05am | 21 years | about 200 SEK)

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