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Located only a few minutes from the city center, POP HOUSE Hotel offers the best from the vivid life of Stockholm, as well as the beautiful, calm and lush nature of Djurgården. POP HOUSE Hotel offers 49 stylishly decorated hotel rooms. Our restaurant offers a bistro menu with European influences. The food is always the best in season and entirely made with love. At ABBA The Museum, which is located in the same building, you can feel what it’s like to be onstage with ABBA, to sing at the famous Polar Studio or to dress up in those legendary costumes (virtual).


In an iconic art-deco building in the heart of Stockholm formerly one of the city’s most famous department stores, Haymarket by Scandic offers 401 chic hotel rooms, an event area for up to 600 mingling guests, an intimate cinema, an American Brasserie influenced by European cooking, an award-winning cocktail bar, and a glamorous bistro.


At Six is located in the most central part of Stockholm and with everything the city has to offer within walking distance. This design and art hotel features lavish and spacious rooms, unique amenities and with its award-winning design and impeccable service it has won the heart of local and international guests. In addition to dreamy sleep At Six comes with a highly recommended restaurant and three bars; a wine bar, a cocktail bar and Scandinavia’s first slow-listening bar. At Six is a hotel to see, be seen at and hide away in.



ABBA is one of the world’s most successful pop groups with more than 380 million albums sold. At ABBA The Museum you can be a part of the success story. Get up on stage with ABBA, sing karaoke in the Polar Studios and dance in an ABBA music video. With your personal ticket number you can download all the fun you had on our website. Here, you’ll also find ABBA’s spectacular costumes, gold records and original items and much more. In the same building you’ll find POP HOUSE Hotel with 49 stylishly decorated hotel rooms and POP HOUSE Food & Bar.


The Royal Palace, His Majesty The Kings’s official residence, has more than 600 rooms and the well-preserved interior provides historical insight from the 1700s and onwards, where each monarch has left traces of his time – Gustav III’s state bedchamber, Oskar II’s writing room and the most recently decorated room, King Carl Gustaf’s Jubilee Room. The Royal Apartments also include the Hall of State with Queen Kristina’s silver throne and the Apartments of the Orders of Chivalry, which houses a permanent collection of the regal orders. The Palace’s cellar vaults houses the State regalia and the museum of the Palace’s medieval history. Do not miss the changing of the Royal Guard or a visit to the Royal Gift Shop. In summer time the Royal Chapel, Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities and the Riddarholmen Church will be open.


One of the most extraordinary museums in Europe, the Vasa Museum is home to the royal flag ship Vasa. Built to fight the kingdom of Poland in the early 1600s, it sank on her maiden voyage, in the Stockholm harbor before it could ever engage another ship. More than 300 years later it was successfully raised, preserved and restored by Swedish divers and scientists. The Vasa Museum display´s the world´s only intact 17th Century royal warship in Scandinavia´s most visited museum. Guided tours, documentary movies, audio guide tours and exhibitions.



In the centre of Stockholm, along the lakeside walk of Norr Mälarstrand, you’ll find Mälarpaviljongen – an idyllic, flourishing oasis extending a rainbow-coloured welcome to everybody. Here, you can enjoy the summer sun – or, should it be a rainy day, just enjoy the atmosphere in the pavillion or under the awnings, with our food, wines, beer, drinks, coffee, sandwiches, pastries and desserts. Mälarpaviljongen is a unique meeting place with an international touch in summertime Stockholm. We’re open from the beginning of April until the end of September. During the season we offer an exciting choice of entertainment and summer clubs, extending from our annual hat parade in May, to Sunday jazz sessions, shows with well-known artists, modern dance, klezmer nights, dragshows and DJ’s.


The chocolate cup is a small cozy café with a nice atmosphere, delicate pastries, sandwiches, lunch / dinner and good hot and cold drinks in a unique historical setting in Stortorget 18 in the heart of the Old Town. The house where Chokladkoppen is situated was probably built already in the 1520s and has a staircase towards Stortorget and medieval brickwork on three floors. In the 1620s, the building was owned by the runner Hans Seyfridzt, and therefore the building is today called the Seyfridtzska house. When Hans Seyfridzt married his widow, however, Johan Eberhard Schantz also owned the house, where Café Kaffekoppen is located. During a renovation in the 18th century, the Seyfridtzska house got its present appearance with the Stockholm-yellow façade facing Stortorget.