Bizapartment Gardet

Sehlstedtsgatan 4 , Stockholm, Stockholm, 115 28, Sweden | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Such a lovely place

A travel blog entry by mcleishitaly


... while Murdoch went to the Wasa museum and I went shopping. The city is really lovely and we took a boat out on the water around the old and new city and then the bus all over the place.
We had been horrified at how filthy Italy is and how litter strewn the streets are, especially south of Rome, how much smoking goes on, all over the place even in restaurants, and then coming here and it is so pristine. It's a wonderful place and very easy to ...

Fun with Kids

A travel blog entry by dyer0930


... Having grown up in SE Michigan, my instinct is to tell you that Skansen is the Greenfield Village of Sweden. This is backwards, however - Greenfield Village is actually the Skansen of the US. Skansen was the first open air museum/historical village of its kind, opened in Stockholm in 1891. After it was opened, a collection of copycats sprung up around eastern, western, and northern Europe. Greenfield Village was opened (a joint ...


A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... me of the one all the way back at my first stop in Toronto.

On that bus journey when we'd got into the early hours of the morning we stopped at a road side cafe for a change of drivers (the new driver immediately found the key to unlock the toilet door). I had a memory come back to me of an event that was insignificant at the time and I'm not sure I mentioned it in here, but now I look at it with a certain nostalgia. It was late at night in Canada and the ...

Living History.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... more cricket and then back to the hotel for a rest. We returned to another Irish pub, The Liffey about 2 hours later to watch the last half hour of the day's play. Then we went to a Swedish Restaurant, C & C, for dinner. Here we were served by an Australian girl, Sophie, who was lovely. We ordered local specialties. I had a chanterelle (mushroom) soup followed by wild boar in ligonberry sauce and Fletcher had fried shrimps and then reindeer in a cheese ...


A travel blog entry by rachel21601


... a couple of museums, there is plenty to see.

After we had been out about forty-five minutes, it starts to pour, really pour and we duck into the nearest cafe which happens to be opposite the Swedish Academy in Stortorget, Stockholm's oldest (and Gamla Stan's main) square. Lunch on the plane was a long time ago, and we are hungry. Our first food in Sweden, a plate of herring with dill in olive oil, served with artichoke cream ...

More great choices in Stockholm

Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Stockholm


TripAdvisor Reviews Bizapartment Gardet Stockholm

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Traveler Photos Bizapartment Gardet Stockholm

Don't they scrub up well!
Stockholm, Sweden