4.3 Haymarket Hotel Stockholm

Hotel Haymarket by Scandic, Stockholm

New York Times

“Opened in 2016, the Haymarket is Scandic Hotels’ landmark 405-room property in the historic PUB building, a former department store where Greta Garbo once sold hats. The grand interiors reference the 1920s with Art Deco-inspired décor in the lobby, brasserie, cafe and cocktail bar.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Stockholm, Sweden.

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4.4 Hobo Hotel Stockholm

Hobo Hotel, Stockholm

New York Times

“If you can forgive the name, consider the Hobo, a 201-room hotel that opened in March 2017 on Brunkebergstorg, a central square currently undergoing a complete overhaul. Compact rooms employ clever design features geared toward sociable young travelers who value a lively scene, from the buzzy lobby cafe to the popular rooftop bar and restaurant, Tak.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Stockholm, Sweden.

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4.5 Miss Clara Stockholm

Hotel Miss Clara by Nobis, Stockholm

New York Times

“Miss Clara is a boutique hotel that opened last April in a handsome Art Nouveau building from 1910 that was formerly a private girls’ school. Though the name is a tribute to a one-time headmistress, Clara Stromberg, there’s nothing schoolmarmish about this stylish 92-room property.”

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