Queen Christina loved to stay here in the 17th century. As with all charming Swedish houses, Stallmästaregården plays off its Gustavian style, tells a story, while breaking with Nordic classicism via added contemporary touches.
In the dining room, the furniture is dominated by the 1950s and, in the living room, the lamps are by the British designer Tom Dixon. The Swedes are masters in the art of mixing eras. In Stockholm, eclecticism has become the contemporary Swedish signature. At this 100% city hotel, enjoy summer evenings that do not seem to end in the hotel garden, and experience the slightly surreal atmosphere of suspension, which is so typical of Swedish summers.
Amid a natural setting and overlooking the Brunnsviken bay, the comfortable rooms and their trendy 'raw' kitchen design make you feel like you are in a bubble outside of time.
113 47 Stockholm
+46 (0)8 610 13 00
Rooms: from 1,526 SEK