Nordic Light Hotel

4 star hotel

Address

Vasaplan 7 StockholmSee nearby area

Rooms

from
$173
per night
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Lonely Planet review

Another design option, the Nordic Light is a minimalist Scandi statement, with slick, well-equipped rooms. The signature ‘mood rooms’ ditch conventional artwork for custom-designed light exhibits, which guests can adjust to suit their temperament. Additional hotel perks include mini gym, saunas and chic lobby bar.

Our independent authors have visited Nordic Light Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Stockholm.

Services & facilities

  • Non-smoking
    • Non-smoking throughout
    • Non-smoking rooms
  • Accessibility
    • Facilities for disabled guests
  • Bureau de Change/ATM
    • Currency exchange
  • Guest services
    • 24-hour front desk
    • Room service
  • Restaurant/Café
    • Restaurant (buffet)
    • Restaurant (à la carte)
  • Breakfast
    • Breakfast in the room
  • Bar
    • Available
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Free WiFi
    • WiFi
    • Internet services
  • Pets
    • Pets allowed
  • Parking
    • Available

Description provided by property

The Nordic Light is a modern design hotel just 100 metres from the Arlanda Airport Express Train at Stockholm Central Station. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi access and tea/coffee facilities.

All rooms at Nordic Light Hotel have a laptop-sized safe and satellite TV. The luxury beds are by Swedish brand, Hästens. Bathrooms include quality Luxsit Organic Care toiletries.

The atmospheric in-house restaurant offers breakfast and dishes inspired by the Nordic kitchen. The trendy bar regularly offers live DJs.

Leisure options include a modern gym and massage treatments.

Nordic Light Hotel is within 5 minutes’ walk of the main square, Sergels Torg, and the Drottninggatan shopping street.

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