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Hotel Skeppsholmen, located on a charming island in the heart of Stockholm, boasts the Swedish capital's contemporary art museum as next-door neighbor.The tiny island of Skeppsholmen is a peaceful oasis just across a bridge from bustling downtown Stockholm. Once home to a naval base, the island now hosts two Stockholm institutions: Moderna Museet, the city’s museum for contemporary and modern art, and Hotel Skeppsholmen.With a building dating from 1699—formerly barracks for the Swedish navy—and interiors designed by Stockholm architecture firm Claesson Koivisto Rune, Hotel Skeppsholmen is a master class in the fusion of old and new. Just a 10-minute walk from central Stockholm, the hotel is also easily reached by boat, bus or car.Läs mer →
Tucked away on the plush and romantic island of Skeppsholmen, the hotel truly is the definition of a modern oasis. The renovated historical structure built in 1699 offers the best in both accessibility and exclusivity with a 10-minute walk from the bustle of central Stockholm, while also boasting tranquil unobstructed waterfront views, as well as the famed Olde Towne district.Läs mer →
Lounging in a deckchair at the Hotel Skeppsholmen with a glass of Akvavit, gazing over box hedges, fruit trees, lawns and the sea, you might think you were in the country – yet many of Stockholm’s major sights are only a short walk away (or in the case of the Museum of Modern Art, mere steps).Läs mer →
Minimalistisch und modern eingerichtetes Hotel in zweidenkmalgeschützen Gebäuden von 1699.
Hotel Skeppsholmen is the place to stay - especially for travellers with a conscience. Eco-labelled and a member of Design Hotels, this is more than your average hotel. The Modern, the Architectural and the East Asian museums are also a stone's throw away.
Stockholm’s city space and waters attest to its ecoconsciousness, representing “urban nature” at its best. This boutique hotel is uniquely located on a petite island in the centre of the Swedish capital.
I arrived at the hotel in the early evening and was welcomed by two (real!) ice sculptures and candle light along the pathway. The guy at the front desk was all smiles and very helpful. Oh and he was, like the entire staff, dressed by Swedish fashion brand Acne