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Clarion Hotel Stockholm

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Are you the sort of traveler who prefers MoMA to the Met, or Bauhaus to Greek Revival? Then you're likely to feel comfortable in the Clarion Hotel Stockholm, a four-star hotel in the trendy Södermalm district that blends contemporary Swedish architecture with modern Scandinavian art.

The 532 guest rooms feature white walls, drapes, and duvets, with splashes of color provided by furniture, throw pillows, and African wenge wood. All rooms and suites have floor-to-ceiling windows and air conditioning. Most of the 328 standard rooms have extra beds.

(Note for disabled guests: Six rooms are "pure handicapped rooms" with grab bars, alarms in the showers, and other special features. An additional 94 rooms have roll-in showers but no alarms.)

Each guest room offers broadband Internet access for a fee, and public areas have Wi-Fi HotSpots that are heavily used by the Clarion's business and conference guests.

Public rooms

photoDuring my visit, the lobby and bars were packed with Swedish hotel guests and Stockholmers who were out for a night on the town. The Clarion has two bars, both of which offer live music five nights a week, and the Gretas Kök restaurant (which is run by an English chef, David Negri). A leisure center with exercise equipment and an indoor pool is located on the 7th floor, facing a glass wall overlooking the suburbs to the south.

Location

The Clarion Hotel Stockholm is at Skanstull near the lower edge of Södermalm, a district noted for its large numbers of restaurants, bars, and trendy shops. It's a long walk from most tourist attractions, but the nearby Skanstull Tunnelbana (subway) station is just a few stops from Gamla Stan and downtown.

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