Perfect rooms for smaller groups looking for a creative environment. Beautiful wooden floors and original antic shutters are paired with contemporary furniture and also feature flatscreen tv with DVD player.
Our private dining room, Departementet, has received a lot of attention due to its unique interior by Claesson Koivisto Rune.More information and photos →
Our bright and lovely meeting room Commendanten both face the south and have a gorgeous view.More information and photos →
Our bright and lovely meeting room Matrosen face the south and have a gorgeous view, perfect room for smaller groups.More information and photos →
Hotel Skeppsholmen’s meeting room Flottan offers an inspiring mix of Claesson Koivisto Rune’s award-winning design.More information and photos →
Our bright and lovely meeting room Skeppsgossen face the south and have a gorgeous view, perfect rooms for smaller groups.More information and photos →
Hotel Skeppsholmen’s meeting room Drabanten offers an inspiring mix of Claesson Koivisto Rune’s award-winning design.More information and photos →
Facing north with fantastic view of the park and the Vasa Museum, is the bright and beautiful meeting room admiral.More information and photos →
MORE FROM HOTEL SKEPPSHOLMEN
Book early & Save
Book your room directly on our website; it is only here you will find the absolute best rates. You can save as much as 15% on your stay if you are a good planner.
Check in and enjoy a flourishing Skeppsholmen only two minutes from central Stockholm. You save 10% on your stay and you’ll also be able to access our historical tennis court.
The aim of restaurant Långa Raden at Hotel Skeppsholmen is to create a vibrant and relaxed setting, where hotel guests mix with locals. It’s an ideal place for a classic Swedish "fika".
Dance at the Eurovision Song Contest after party at Operaterassen before falling asleep harmoniously at Hotel Skeppsholmen - a 10 minute walk away.
Herring days at Långa Raden
May 14 Långa Raden and Hotel Skeppsholmen are inviting you to the fifth consecutive year celebrating our annual Herring Day – welcoming people of all ages. Welcome!