Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm

Address: 15 Froesundaviks Alle, Solna, Stockholm, 169 70, Sweden | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 15 Froesundaviks Alle, Solna, is near Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Fjarilshuset (Buttterfly House) in Hagaparken, Hard Rock Cafe, and Bergianska Tradgarden.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Pets allowed


        • Room service
        • Business Services

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        Travel Blogs from Solna

        Stockholm, Sweden (Day 3)

        A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Sep 09, 2015

        32 photos

        ... where the service was in their own language so the old town has 3.

        Our last stop for the day was the Royal Armory which is in the basement of the Royal Palace. Normally the admission is 100 Kroners but they were having computer problems, so we got in for free. Unlike most armories that just have weapons, the Swedes have housed a whole collection of royal things. We saw armor, period costumes, artifacts and more including royal coaches ...

        Day 23

        A travel blog entry by peterica on Aug 05, 2015

        11 photos

        ... we has ever visited!! We spent half a day there, then walked to the Skansen Open Air Museum and Aquarium. The Skansen is a zoo, aquarium, and historic village, beautifully combined, in a park setting, no cages and intrusive fences and very active local and exotic animals. The cultural buildings were mostly original old structures moved to the museum from various parts of ...


        A travel blog entry by vickia on Jul 07, 2015

        32 photos

        ... at the Nobel Bistro, Swedish meatballs again, but the most delicious yet! It was then time to join the 12.oo English tour, whilst a little cramped in the Alfred Nobel room it was great, very informative indeed. We found out why the Peace prize is decided and presented in Norway (when Noble made his will the two countries were in union) and the Economic Prize is a later addition and is payed for by the Swedish State Bank. It's not a Noble Prize but an Alfred Noble ...

        In search of something open on a winter Monday

        A travel blog entry by plspoon on Feb 02, 2015

        11 photos

        ... most of the day but the slush was not as bad as the last couple of days, at least the snow was laying as snow and staying there! The old part of the City and Sodermalm are quite beautiful in the snow, the colours of the buildings against the white of the snow makes a very picturesque scene.

        This evening we ate in the hotel restaurant Belgobaren. We had noticed it was chock-a-block full each evening so figured it might be ...

        Nobel Museum

        A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 04, 2014

        8 photos

        The Nobel Museum by the royal palace is free on Wednesdays from 5 to 8pm! So I strolled over around 6:30pm. The museum looks great from outside-- and also inside! But once I opened the map, I was surprised by how small it was! It's a single floor with like 4 maybe 5 sections! As you can imagine, they had descriptions and items related to Nobel prizes throughout the years. They had all the different categories mixed up. I kind of wish they had ...