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Best Boutique Hideaways in Sweden

Review our hand-picked selection of some of the best places to stay in Stockholm, Gothenburg, West Coast and Lapland.

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Seductively stylish red brick townhouse in Stockholm’s upmarket Lärkstaden neighbourhood. This intimate 12 bedroom boutique hideaway is relaxed, informal and homely - yet the level of service and luxury are of the highest standards. Ett Hem means 'at home' and that's how you will feel in this elegant new benchmark for laid-back Swedish hospitality with a distinctly Soho House vibe (courtesy of Ilse Crawford, who helped to design both). Ett Hem is a 15 minute walk from the city centre and just moments away from the designer shopping and lively nightlife of Stureplan.

Hotel J is a relaxing and comfortable waterside hideaway that's just a 15 minute ferry ride from the centre of Stockholm, making it a fabulous and great value option for families and couples looking for a few nights combining waterside rural tranquility with easy access to the city.

A far cry from the pared-back minimalism of many Scandinavian design hotels, Hotel Pigalle exudes a bawdy Parisienne fin de siècle bordello chic, and is most definitely Gothenburg’s coolest boutique hotel. Perfect for a fabulous weekend away, or as the start or finishing point of a holiday exploring Sweden's wild west coast.

Salt & Sill is a floating hotel on the small island of Klädesholmen, a one hour drive north of Gothenburg. Its stark modern lines provide a fabulous contrast to the traditional red fishing huts and houses of the old harbour. Originally a small seafood restaurant, Salt & Sill's owners decided to build a space in which their diners could rest after sumptuous meals at this hugely popular restaurant, and so Sweden's first floating hotel was born.

Treehotel proves that nobody ever grows out of loving tree houses, and the 7 unique 'tree-rooms' allow all ages to enjoy an inspiring and memorable holiday adventure in Swedish Lapland, just 100km south of the Arctic Circle. Summer and winter provide very different experiences, but both seasons are remarkable.

Located 200km north of the Arctic Circle, a new Ice Hotel is built each year from ice harvested from the River Torne. A team of highly skilled engineers and artists work together to create the incredible structure, with no two designs ever the same. At -5 degrees, it's literally one of the coolest places in the world to stay! At the end of each season the spring sun thaws the walls and the ice rejoins the waters of the river. The experience is made even more unforgettable by the Northern Lights shimmering in the night sky, exploring by snowmobile or venturing out husky sledding in search of moose and reindeer. Chill out at the Ice Hotel

See our suggested 5 Night Winter Adventure in Swedish Lapland - combining The Ice Hotel & Treehotel

New in 2020, floating or frozen in Sweden’s Lule River, depending on season, this daring spa hotel is a design masterpiece. Enjoy cold water plunges, saunas, spa therapies, hot tubs and, at night, an ever-evolving five-course dinner by Sweden’s only Sámi gourmet chef. With just 12 luxury cabins (6 on land and 6 on water) Arctic Bath Hotel makes a fabulous option for your itinerary in both winter and summer. Adventures abound in both seasons. 

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