- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TripAdvisor Reviews Queen's Hotel Stockholm
Travel Blogs from Stockholm
... run the airport. Evidently, and this is only conjecture based off numerous intercom announcements, the gate our plane was to take was instead taken by another airline accidentally. Instead of moving the other plane - it's respective crew had already disembarked - our flight and crew was made to sit on the tarmac... for 6 hours. At least, that is what we told.
During the course of those ...
... terminal before going back to Gamla Stan to see Storkyrkan, Stockholm's Cathedral and oldest building. It also houses an impressive statue of St George and the Dragon made out of wood and elk antlers. From there we went to look at doing a boat tour of the harbour but we didn't have enough time so inside we decided to go visit the Vikings at Swedish History Museum, stopping on the way for a hot dog at one of the stands. I thought I'd ...
... worth seeing
At one time Sweden held territories that included Estonia, Lithuania, Denmark and parts of Russia. For a country that has been neutral and not had a war in a 100 years, at one time it was a powerful nation. The Vasa was built during that time.
. I wish I had more time to see more. My Grandfather was born in Stockholm and my grandmother was born in Malmo northern Sweden. They met on the ship coming to ...
I took a couple of much needed days off from work on the house and joined the joyous ice cream licking, waffle cone crunching crowd in the heart of old Stockholm called Gamla stan. It is located on a island as are many things in this scenic town. Tourists are here because it is worthy of the time, effort and expense to get there. The tourists in turn do much to add to the ...
... First stop was the Vasa Museum. The Vasa was a war ship that was built in Stockholm, when she went on her first voyage in 1628 she sunk within 30 minutes to the bottom of the harbour. We did learn while we were at the museum that they did lots of tests etc on the ship to see if she was able to sail and she didn't pass any but they sailed anyway ...... idiots! Anyway she stayed under the ocean for over 300 years then was bought to the surface and is now in ...