Grand Travel Award winner for Best International Hotel Chain 2017

Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm

Nearby Attractions


Ideally positioned for business visitors, our city-center hotel directly connects you to the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Center. You can also easily take advantage of the hotel’s close proximity to Stockholm Central Station and vibrant Riddarfjärden Bay waterfront with its many shops, restaurants and clubs. Cultural sites such as the Royal Palace in the Old Town and Kronobergsparken Park lie just a few kilometers away. 
 

Top sights in Stockholm

  • Stockholm Waterfront Congress Center - The largest venue of its kind in the Swedish capital, the center is directly connected to the hotel and can hold events of up to 3,000 participants at a time. Covering 14,000 square meters in total it is the perfect place to host your large scale event, as well as your smaller and intimate gatherings in one of its many meeting rooms. 
  • Arlanda International Airport - Serving 154 destinations in total, Arlanda is Sweden’s largest airport and is located a 20 minute train ride away from our hotel. 
  • Central Station - Stockholm Central Station is the main rail hub in the city, with trains serving both the metropolitan area as well as the rest of Sweden. 
  • City Hall - Situated next to our hotel, this is a Stockholm landmark you cannot afford to miss. 8 million bricks and a 106 meter tall tower make up what is the most famous silhouette in the city. At the tower’s apex stands three crowns, the Swedish national coat of arms. 
  • Royal Palace - At the edge of Old Town sits the Royal Palace of Stockholm, the official residence to the Swedish Royal Family. When visiting you can enjoy this massive palace, consisting of 600 rooms in total, as well as the Treasury, Tre Kronor Museum and the Antiquities Museum. 
  • Old Town - Stockholm’s Old Town, Gamla Stan, is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in all of Europe. Make your way here and see what the city looked like when it was founded in 1252. 
  • Vasa Museum - Learn more about the world’s best-preserved 16th century ship at the Vasa Museum. This majestic vessel sank on its maiden voyage in 1628 and was salvaged in 1961. Today, it stands as a must-see when visiting Stockholm. 
  • Fotografiska - Whether you are a professional photographer or just a fan of the medium, then Fotografiska is a must. More than 2,500 square meters of museum space dedicated to the art of photography makes this one of Stockholm’s very best museums.