Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Stockholm

The White Room
Whilst the White Room might look more like a restaurant than a club don't be deceived - the party really kicks off at about 3am. Located just a short walk from the Stureplan and Birger Jarlsgatan try East for dinner and drinks beforehand.
Solidaritet
Solidaritet was brought to the Stockholm nightlife scene by the expert party people behind other popular ventures such as Halv Trappa Plus Gard.
Grodan Cocktail Club
Deep red furniture, low-lighting and powerful cocktails are always conducive to a highly entertaining night out. A more selective music policy than many of the surrounding late-night bars and clubs sees a slightly more exclusive crowd cramming in and
Sturecompagniet
This infamous part of Stockholm is the favourite haunt of Sweden's elite. Chic bars line the streets and beautiful people enjoy glamorous dining. Truly a place to be seen in...
Spy Bar
At night, this area buzzes with frenetic activity and the streets are lit with the neon light emanating from cinemas and bars. Principally a fabulous shopping district, Norrmalm lack the exclusivity of Ostermalm, however provides some truly fabulous
Patricia
Considering Stockholm is such a watery city, having a club on a boat seems the logical thing to do. On weekends in summer when the days are longer and lighter, you could stumble along after the other bars and clubs close and have a very early morning
Olssons Video
At night, this area buzzes with frenetic activity and the streets are lit with the neon light emanating from cinemas and bars. Principally a fabulous shopping district, Norrmalm lack the exclusivity of Ostermalm, however still provides decent bars an
Laroy
How long can a club retain the image it strove to build? Some manage years thanks in main to a non-discriminatory door policy, which indirectly filters out the people who they were originally attracting by allowing in those they were originally avoi
Hell’s Kitchen
Stockholm's nightlife splits from the super-glam clubs of Ostermalm where its about seeing and being seen, to clubs like Hell's Kitchen where the music is the most important thing on the menu and the patrons know how to party the night away without c
Cafe Opera
Stockholm's terribly imposing Opera House, as many opera houses tend to be, sits majestically across from the Royal Palace. The oh so opulent interior is fit for a king, and indeed this is the haunt du jour for the younger members of the Royal family

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