|View of the Northern Lights from Camp Ripan in Kiruna.|
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STOCKHOLM SWEDEN HOTELS
Miss Clara by Nobis
All 92 of Miss Clara by Nobis’s rooms face outwards towards Sveavägen Boulevard. I would describe the rooms as having functional elegance. Our deluxe room was expansive with dark parquet floors, high ceilings, and tall windows looking out towards the boulevard and Adolf Fredrik Church. We had two bathrooms, one which was small and just had the toilet and a sink, and the other large with a sunken bathtub, a vanity, and a large walk-in shower. The large marble bathrooms even have heated floors, a luxurious addition which feels great both in the morning when stepping in and out of the shower and in the evening after walking around Stockholm all day. The rooms provide multiple ways to relax with a window seat, a chaise lounge, and a unique design of a chair back bolted to the foot of the bed along with a laptop lap desk in case you need to get a little work done.
SWEDISH LAPLAND HOTELS
Camp Ripan in Kiruna
Camp Ripan also has a very good restaurant, which is White Guide rated and serves seasonal food inspired by the Swedish, Sami, and Torne Valley Finish cultures.
GOTHENBURG SWEDEN HOTEL
Hotel & Ristorante Bellora
Rooms are small and functional with city views. Floors are dark hardwood, walls are covered with wallpaper that looks like the buildings of the Greek islands, and little bookshelves by the bed hold books of all different genres in case you forgot to bring reading material. A nice extra touch was the bottled sparkling water and coffee press. Just across the hallway from our room was a balcony looking over the main street below.