- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TripAdvisor Reviews Queen's Hotel Stockholm
Travel Blogs from Stockholm
... know-- and know well! For Christoffer, it is a constant "this used to be a video store" and "they were building this when I was last here". I guess Stockholm really is the fastest growing European capital city! Stora Essingen seemed like a quiet and modest residential area, away from the hustle and bustle of the city but connected well to other parts via the #1 bus and tram. We got some very Swedish snacks from Coop (a chocolate drink called Pucko, which pretty much tastes like ...
As I am typing this I am sitting on the fast train from Stockholm to Copenhagen, drinking strong Swedish kaffe and eating a first class chocolate brownie. Jay is in the front of the train with pudding, he cleverly has her lying down in the pram asleep.
The scenery that is flying by my window is absolutely beautiful. There is thick dense forest, filled with Autumn colours of yellow and red, expansive lakes and farms. The train is going ...
... people who made our time on and off the ship very enjoyable. We laughed while exploring St. Petersburg with some new Aussie friends of ours and had a great time at dinner and strolling about Helsinki with a new Canadian friend as well (needless to say we settled on English speaking friends haha!). Thanks to everyone who made this a very special part of our adventure so far!
We’re off to Berlin, Germany now! Until next time…Bree & ...
... delicacies, a kind of pancake and cream dessert with cardamom seeds that looks a bit like a quiche but tastes delicious, especially with jam and cream. Very yummy. After we got back to town we wandered for a bit, had another nice dinner, and killed some more time waiting for the ferry. I am now tucked up in bed, in a very cozy little 4 bed cabin with no windows. Hopefully I sleep! We should arrive in Helsinki around 10 tomorrow for what will be the last day of our tour. Night, ...
... the warship Vasa sank on its maiden voyage (and within 1,300 meters of its departure point, to boot). It was recovered in the 1960s, the majority of it intact, making it the only extant boat from that era in the world, and the entire ship is now housed inside the Vasa Museum. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect from the place (I had never heard of it before, but Emilia wanted to visit), but it is really a magnificent sight. The Vasa ...