Hotel Clarion Sign, City, StockholmPhoto: Cecilia Larsson Lantz/Imagebank.sweden.se
Where to stay
In Sweden accommodation comes in all shapes and sizes. Chill on a bed of ice or get a birds-eye view of life from a bed in a tree-house. Ever wondered what it's like to sleep behind bars? Do some of your vacation time in an authentic 19th century prison.
Socialising, picking berries and mushrooms and living the country life.Launch Experience
Cool places to stay in Sweden
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Nine stunning hotels to stay at when you visit Sweden
The front of Kalmar Castle is lit up with spotlights, and is surrounded by a twilight sky and the dark Baltic Sea.
Castles and country house estates
Discover Sweden past and present by staying in a castle or country house estate.
Two people in Sweden are by a tent in the woods next to a lake.
Camping in Sweden
Bring your caravan or motorhome to more than four hundred and fifty National Swedish Campsite Association campsites in Sweden. Drive or pitch under the midnight sun in Swedish Lapland, camp in a giant forest, or beside countless lakes anywhere in the country and beachside in the south, east and west.
A rowboat next to a rustic wooden pier and a wood-fired sauna at Hätteboda wilderness camp.
Unique accommodation close to nature in Sweden
Full on eco-stays just two hours from Stockholm. Hanging out in a UFO in Swedish Lapland, or ice living luxury in the one and only ICEHOTEL. Or how about building your own river home and poling it down Sweden’s mightiest waterway? You can find quirky, weird and wonderful accommodation close to nature all over Sweden.