Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel, Stockholm

Arlanda Airport information

Arlanda is one of Scandanavia's busiest airports and the main tourist route into the Swedish capital of Stockholm. Dealing with both national and international passengers, its four terminals are equipped with an array of Arlanda Airport information facilities to assist visitors.

Travellers passing through the site should stay at a hotel near Arlanda Airport to lower both commuting times and stress. The conveniently located Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel, Stockholm is just a short distance from many top tourist attractions and also offers guests onsite facilities such as a bar, restaurant, bakery and fitness centre.

Finding your way around Arlanda Airport
Arlanda Airport information points enable passengers to make the most of their time and the amenities in Stockholm's main airport which include key cutting and shoe repair services.

Passengers at the four terminal airport can fly to 170 destinations, with its centrally located arrival and departure boards allowing for simple naivagation of the interconnected site. Arlanda also operates an SMS information service to help busy commuters keep track of flight and airport information on the go.

Whilst waiting for their flight passengers can enjoy the extensive range of Arlanda shopping facilities. The popular SkyCity is home to banks and chemists whilst Terminal 5 has fashion outlets by Hugo Boss and Lacoste. Travellers indulging in some last minute Arlanda shopping can find duty free facilities in Terminals 2, 4 and 5.

Arlanda Airport information stations will also point visitors in the direction of the site's numerous cafes and restaurants, which range from Japanese sushi to Scandanavian tapas.

Staying in Stockholm
Holidaymakers staying in hotels near Stockholm Airport can spend more of their time enjoying themselves than worrying about missing their flight. The Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel, Stockholm not only offers breakfast from 4.30am for early morning flyers but an IT concierge to assist business travellers experiencing technical problems.