Stockholm is one of the most awe-inspiring cities in Europe, making a stay at a Hotel in Stockholm essential when carrying out a business trip to Sweden. Not only is the city a thriving, modern economic city, but it has been a centre of business, industry and technology for hundreds of years. Founded in 1252, Stockholm has grown into the most populated city in the Nordic region, and it has plenty of attractions that will allow you to mix business with a little pleasure.
Attractions near my hotel in Stockholm!
Staying in Sweden's capital gives you access to one of the most beautiful historical cities in Europe. There are countless sights, museums, and trips to keep you entertained and enthralled. The Vasa Museum, for instance, is the most visited historical museum in all of Scandinavia, and it really does provide a one-of-a-kind experience. Nowhere else in the world could you see up-close an authentic seventeenth century warship, salvaged after 333 years under the sea.
You could stay in Stockholm near Gamla Stan, the largest and most well-preserved medieval town centre in Europe. Any visitors to this 900 year-old part of the city cannot help but become immersed in its living history.
What does Stockhom have to offer me as a business traveller?
From a business perspective, Stockholm has a lot to offer. The city accounts for a third of Sweden's GDP per capita, with the majority of employment based in the service industry. Stockholm is the main centre for corporate headquarters in the Nordic region, and in addition, it has excellent transport links to Norway, Finland, and Denmark. Oslo and Copenhagen, for example, are simple train rides away. Home to some of Scandinavia's largest corporations, including Ericsson, Nordea, and Securitas AB, Stockholm is an obvious choice for making corporate connections.
Why should I choose a hotel in Stockholm for my business trip?
Alongside its immense depth of history, Stockholm has a flourishing modern culture as well as being surrounded by stunning landscapes. Once you have seen the museums and the royal residence, you can take some time to emerge yourself in Stockholm's famous café culture, visit the world-famous City Hall, or take a boat trip to view some of the 30,000 islands located just 20 minutes from Stockholm city.