The best hotels outside Stockholm city centre
Updated 11 Apr 2018
When visiting Stockholm it can be nice to get out of the city centre and sleep soundly outside town. The capital's outlying areas combine beautiful natural surroundings with a little urban pulse, and more often than not relaxing spa facilities. Book yourself into one of the best hotels outside Stockholm city centre and enjoy a hotel experience with added extras.
Experience more outside the city centre:
Hotels in every part of town:
The Winery Hotel
Rosenborgsgatan 20, Solna
With its own wine production
Stockholm's first wine hotel opened in 2016. Inspiration from the revamped factories of Brooklyn and the ancient vineyards of Tuscany come together in an industrial brick building in Solna. The wine theme runs right through the hotel - you can go on wine courses, take a guided tour, or eat and drink extremely well in their restaurants, Winery Kitchen and Terreno Deli.
- Price: Double rooms from around 1600 SEK
Torget 1, Sundbyberg
Chic and urban
The sister hotel of the city centre Story Hotel near Stureplan, Signalfabriken is located in the suburb of Sundbyberg but has the same cool, urban decor and modern facilities. The hotel's 83 bedrooms have a raw, industrial feel, with warm colours and edgy art. On the ground floor there's a Phil's Burger and a bar with regular live music and DJs.
- Price: Double rooms from around 1800 SEK
Hotel J Nacka Strand
Ellensviksvägen 1, Nacka
Right by the sea
Blue and white nautical style and views over the entrance to Stockholm harbour - sound tempting? The decor at Hotel J Nacka Strand is inspired by the American East Coast yachtie paradise Newport and the hotel is popular with both visitors to the city and business travellers. As well as just enjoying the view, you can also treat yourself to spa treatments and eat at the brasserie on the waterfront.
- Price: Double room from around 1700 SEK
Hamndalsvägen 6, Nacka
Japan in Stockholm
If you want to take a round trip to Japan without leaving Stockholm, Yasuragi is the place to go. A short journey out to Hasseludden in Nacka you'll find this spa hotel with its strong east Asian feel. The Japanese bathhouse was renovated in 2017, receiving both a face lift and a new vegan restaurant.
- Price: Double room from around 3400 SEK (including breakfast, three-course meal and entrance to the Japanese baths)