Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Babysitting service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Waterfront Hotel Stockholm
Modern appointments in room
Lovely large breakfast room view over water
Great fresh food for breakfast
Cosy bar with wonderful paintings
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... a boat and the boarding spot was just a short walk from the ship. We took the boat as far as Gamla Stan – the old town. We got off there and proceeded to follow Rick Steve’s self guided walk of the area. It was fascinating – all interesting colours and architecture with areas dating back to the 15th century. Because of where we got off the boat it made more sense to do the walk in reverse – (I only ...
... room. From CityHall we headed back over to Djurgarden to head straight to Skansen. Skansen is an open air museum with an aquarium, and spread over approximately 70 acres it is Sweden in miniature with houses and villages displayed showing the history of Swedish buildings. It has Nordic zoo animal enclosures scattered throughout the park. We spent a couple of hours here including lunch, which was Swedish ...
... foie gras proved to be exquisite. For dessert there was icecream with meringue and berries . A couple of bottles of very fine French Red made it all go down very easily. We had a lovely night. The conversation never ebbed, we found mutual ground in most things and all of us agreed it was better to be here than suffering the election campaign back home.
Our night ended with a stroll back to the hotel and farewells to Robin and Lilli. A great start to our Scandinavian experience.
When we arrived in Stockholm getting our bearings was easy. The layout of Norrmalm (city centre), Gamla Stan (Old Town) and the surrounding islands is straight forward and very pedestrian friendly. The location of our hostel was just a short walk around the harbour from the port where our ship arrived and over a couple of bridges onto the island of Skeppsholmen. We were too early for check-in, so we laid out in the sun ...
... although some are much larger. It does make you try to imagine what it would be like to live on one of these islands being 'The Lord of the manor'. It looks wonderful in the summer but it would be rather a different matter in winter with ice and snow for company. Coming into the port was quite breathtaking.The people in Stockholm refer to the area as an archipelago which sounds odd because you would normally associate this term with a tropical area with coral atolls and such like. ...