Best Hotels in Sweden – Plus a Hotels.com Coupon Code!

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A Hotels.com Coupon Code For Swedish Hotels:

Even though Swedish hotels will cost more than your average European stay, you can use coupon codes from Hotels.com to save around 40% off the regular price. You can also use the currency converter located in the sidebar to figure out the true cost of Swedish hotel stays in your local currency. If you plan on renting a car while there (you don’t need to, the public transportation system is excellent) you can usually find the best rates at avis.com.

The Top Swedish Hotels Ranked.

Sweden is a land of many different faces that allows for a multitude of experiences: watching the northern lights and dogsledding in the Swedish Lapland to the north, alpine skiing in the mountains of central Sweden or feeling the cosmopolitan pulse of Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo in the south. The more outdoorsy experiences are everything but rugged: expect …

Best Hotels in Stockholm

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The Top Stockholm Hotels Ranked.

Stockholm is a city of impeccable taste. Nowhere else will you find fashion, art, food, music and architecture brought to such high levels and paired at the same time with the casual, modest and self-deprecating attitude that is the hallmark of Swedes. Here the old truly coexists with the new: ultra-modern interiors are housed in colorful and baroque historical buildings and the city embraces the latest and most forward ideas in art, technology and politics while staying true to its roots.

1. Nobis Hotel


Impossibly posh, sublimely beautiful and steeped in history, the Nobis occupies the building that formerly housed the bank where the term ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ was coined after a robbery and hostage crisis. It’s sleek and modern design and hushed glamour bestow the Nobis with an air of Grand Hotel of the 21st century. Swedish architectural firm Claeson Koivisto Rune took inspiration in …

Best Hotels in Helsinki

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We Rank The Top Helsinki Hotels.

The meteoric rise of the tech industry coupled with forward-thinking social policies have turned Finland into one of the world’s smartest and most advanced countries and Helsinki into one of Europe’s coolest capitals. Once a drab and grey place, Helsinki now stands at the cutting edge of technology, art and design while staying true to its historical identity. In a place whose cultural life revolves around the arts, expect your accommodations to showcase nothing but the best of contemporary Nordic design.

1. Klaus K


With a name and décor inspired by the epic of Kelavala, the Klaus K is one stylish lesson in Finnish folklore and culture. The story is alluded multiple times throughout the hotel’s design and décor, although it is used more as a jumping point than a literal motif. References are subtle and tasteful with the more obvious ones being saved …

Best Hotels in Denmark

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Our Top Picks For Hotels in Denmark.

Although not a well-known seaside holiday destination, Denmark is home to some of the best beaches in Europe with plenty of sandy stretches for you to lay your towel or chair in and soak up some serious rays. With a mostly flat landscape dominated by sandy beaches in the coasts and lush forests in the central areas and summers with more light and warmth than Sweden or Norway, the happiest country in the world is best seen on a sunny day from a bike.

1. Hotel Oasia


Black, white, clean and oh-so-Danish, the most important thing at the Oasia are actually the chairs. The hotel features creations by Danish, Swedish, German and Dutch designers and has ‘Design Rooms’ dedicated to each one. Everything is set against a monochrome background with plenty of light streaming through large windows in rooms and common spaces. When …

Best Hotels in Norway

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We Rank The Best Norwegian Hotels.

Communion with nature is an essential part of the Norwegian identity and with good reason: the country occupies one of the most spectacular, scenic and unspoiled pieces of land in the planet. People in Norway favor rustic accommodations in bucolic settings over luxurious retreats and it is very common for families to own cottages in the countryside or in the mountains. Most hotel accommodations Norway reflect these ideals and are oftentimes very simple with the most important luxury being not missing a single second of the show nature has put on outside. You’d expect nothing more from a nation that claims to be “Powered by nature”.

1. Juvet Landscape Hotel


Leave it to the Norwegians to figure out a way to be as close as possible to being outside even when they are indoors. At the Landscape Hotel, only a glass wall stands between …