Where to stay in Sweden

Ever forward-thinking, Sweden features some of the world’s most innovative accommodation. It’s possible to stay in art-installation treehouses, wilderness aurora camps and even the world’s original ice hotel – now available year-round. That’s without mentioning all the log-cabin favourites and hip, city-slickers. They’ve all been carefully handpicked by our destination experts.

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Hotel Fjallet, Bjorkliden

Hotel Fjallet, Bjorkliden

Contemporary Resort

» typically up to £200 per room per night

Aurora Safari Camp, Lulea

Aurora Safari Camp, Lulea

Small & Intimate Safari lodge

» typically up to £300 per room per night

Laktatjakko Mountain Lodge, Sweden

Laktatjakko Mountain Lodge, Sweden

Small & Intimate Lodge

» typically up to £200 per room per night

Ett Hem, Stockholm

Ett Hem, Stockholm

Small & Intimate Hotel

» typically up to £300 per room per night

Hotel Diplomat, Stockholm

Hotel Diplomat, Stockholm

Historic Hotel

» typically up to £400 per room per night

Clarion Hotel Sense, Luleå

Clarion Hotel Sense, Luleå

Contemporary Hotel

» typically up to £200 per room per night