Whether you're looking for business or pleasure, the Best Western Hotel at 108's unique location in Stockholm provides effortless convenience to everything this amazing city has to offer.
This newly built hotel is located in two, nice, 19th century buildings on one of Stockholm's most famous streets 'sveavagen'.
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The Stockholm Odenplan metro station is about a 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel and has direct connection to Arlanda Airport.
Metro station Radmansgatan is located about 50 meters from the hotel and offers easy connections to several of Stockholm attractions.
All rooms are modern style, have free high speed internet, flat screen TV, air conditioning and underfloor heating in the bathrooms. They also have desks with space for a laptop and a safe. Please note that a large part of the rooms have no windows.
The restaurant has two dining rooms and serves buffet breakfast and dinner. In the summer, you can dine out on the terrace located in the fantastic courtyard.
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Cable or satellite television
AM/FM alarm clock
Coffee/tea maker available
Iron, ironing board
Direct dial telephone
Rooms for the Physically Challenged: 8
Raised toilet with grab bars available
6 kilometer(s) from Skansen, Skansen Open-Air Museum
Skansen is a favorite both among Stockholmers and visitors passing through, and it’s a perfect family outing. This is the oldest open-air museum in the world and also the Stockholm zoo, with animals native to Scandinavia.
Skansen is beautifully located on Royal Djurgarden and sports spectacular views over all of Stockholm.This is also a Sweden in miniature. 150 farms and dwellings from different parts of the country were disassembled and transported here. Swedish traditions such as Midsummer, Walpurgis Night and Lucia are celebrated at Skansen.
2.5 kilometer(s) from Royal Dramatic Theatre, The Royal Dramatic Theatre, founded in 1788 and commonly known as Dramaten, is Sweden’s National Theatre. The theatre has an assignment from the government to perform classical theatre, newly written Swedish and international theatre, and theatre for children and youth. The theatre is owned by the state. The current Managing and Artistic Director is Eirik Stubo.
The Royal Dramatic Theatre’s building at Nybroplan in Stockholm has been the theatre’s home since 1908. This great art noveau-building houses five stages. The Main Stage seats up to 770 spectators. A separate black box-stage is situated a few blocks away, at Linnégatan.
Hotel at 108, on premises, Full Service, International, Open for: breakfast, dinner,