Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Stockholm

Lydmar Hotel
The original Lydmar, one of Stockholm's most fashionable hotels, closed a few years ago. Now it's back - bigger, more stylish and in an unrivalled location on the waterfront...
Hilton Slussen
The exterior will never win any beauty contests, but the interior breaks away from the anonymous fare one comes to expect from business hotels and the location and views are ideal.
First Hotel Reisen
The First Hotel Reisen like the other hotels within the chain has an aura of convention and tradition the standards are high. The service is formal but the design contradicts this fitted out as it is with monochRome wallpaper and lacquer shiny furnit
Esplanade
Real time-warp of a traditional seaside hotel from the early twentieth century with impeccable standards. Expect fine linen, the sound of sea gulls, classic breakfast spreads and homely teas after a blustery walk by the water.
Elite Hotel
From the outside the Elite wouldn't be out of place in Paris but inside it is an altogether more Scandinavian affair; simplicity clean lines monochRome and high ceilings; relax and soak up the atmosphere of calm and order in a world with less clutter
Diplomat
Located on the most expensive stretch of real estate in Stockholm, the Diplomat a successful blend of classic Swedish architecture and a more fashionable interior. Very popular for weekend brunch or afternoon tea.
Clarion Hotel
One of the biggest hotels in town, the Clarion avoids being just large and businessy with some innovative design. The trendy lobby and very pleasant rooms compensate for its out-of-the-way location...
Skepparholmen
Lux
The culinary brains behind this restaurant have come up trumps with the concept of shopping for your pudding in the beautiful, picture-book style cake shop next door - isn't it obvious that all restaurants should have their shop so that you can tak

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