Sweden: Accommodation

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Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast in Sweden

Bed & Breakfasts in Sweden

Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Sweden tends, as you might expect, to be concentrated in the larger cities like Stockholm. As well as the price, B&B’s offer a cozy charm that hotels often don’t; and for the price of €34-48 (single) and €67 for a double, Sweden doesn’t have to be an expensive experience. The Ostermalm in Stockholm only has two double bedrooms but it is quiet, is closely situated to many of the city’s top attractions and costs €81 a night. You may be able to find cheaper B&Bs in more rural areas, but what you save in price you may lose in the lack of facilities and amenities. Sweden has over 100 B&Bs situated on working farms. Look for the ‘Rum’ (room) sign for vacancies. Unlike other B&B’s however, breakfast is not usually included in the price here. Booking rooms in Swedish B&B’s often involve calling the owner directly, or going through booking agencies like the Sweden Bed and Breakfast agency which deal with B&B bookings across Sweden. A catered chalet Are (pronounced Or-a), one of Sweden’s most popular ski resorts.

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Chalets

Chalets in Sweden

Chalets in Sweden

Sweden’s mountainous terrain is home to a number of traditional ski resorts which offer a unique access to the Alps: not only are there plenty of winter pursuits available throughout the country, there is a range of chalet accommodation to match, although prices and standard range. At the top end of chalet rental, chalets in the Are mountain region which include added extras like saunas and relaxation rooms will be expensive, as you might expect, while a stay in a smaller chalet in somewhere like Ostmark, can cost €48 a night.

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Apartments

Apartments in Sweden

Apartments in Sweden

Renting an apartment in Sweden can be a great option for tourists travelling in slightly larger groups. Prices, as usual, will vary, from €310-€500 for a week’s stay in a 2-4 apartment in Stockholm, which includes a kitchenette, living room, bathroom and terrace, to apartments elsewhere in Sweden which offer the same level of accommodation, for more people, for roughly the same price.

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Hotels

Hotels in Sweden

Hotels in Sweden

Varying from season to season and, in some cases, days of the week, the cost of staying in a hotel in Sweden is variable. Low season falls between the middle of June and mid-August, so you’re likely to get a bargain for your stay over the weekend: so a long weekend in a Swedish hotel at this time could make for a great escape. One handy thing to remember when booking a hotel in Sweden is that it is usually more expensive from Sunday to Thursday, because they are cashing in on business travelers. The cost of a room in a Swedish hotel is usually between €45–57, depending on whether it’s double or single. This may rise to between €67-95 if you’re booking between Sunday and Thursday, during the off-peak period. Another money-saving tip is that Sweden offers a hotel pass scheme which allows you to pay in advance for vouchers/cheques which can then be traded in for discounts, or free accommodation in specific hotel chains around Sweden. It is also worthwhile remembering that what a stay in a hotel in Sweden offers, other forms of accommodation may not. Generally, self-service buffet breakfasts are included in the price of your stay, a consideration which can make a real difference to your budget.

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Hostels

Hostels in Sweden

Hostels in Sweden

If the idea of youth hostels conjures up drafty, ill-equipped buildings, think again. If you’re going to stay in a youth hostel anywhere in the world, Sweden is one of the best. The Swedish Tourist Association has a chain of over 300 youth hostelsareound the country – largely in the south, but there are quite a few in the north, too – youth hostels in Sweden are usually clean, comfortable, child-friendly and situated in some of the most unlikely places. Do not be surprised if you come across a hostel in an old stately home, prison or castle, on your travels. You can either share a room, for as little as 130-200Kr, or pay extra for your own private double room. Booking online, and becoming a member of Hostelling International will also guarantee reservations and reduced rates, in many cases; a real bonus at peak times of the year when Swedish families are also making hostel reservations as a cheaper hotel alternative. Non-members of Hostelling International may be charged 45Kr more than a member.

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Lodges

Lodges in Sweden

Lodges in Sweden

Cabins, or Stugor, as the Swedish call it are a great option for accommodation in Sweden. Usually situated alongside campsites, these Swedish lodges/cabins come complete with bunk beds, kitchen, and equipment. The only thing they don’t provide, on the whole, is bed linen. Because of the location of these places, they are not usually free for long –especially during the high season, so if you do want to book a Swedish cabin, book sooner rather than later. They usually cost about €33-48 for a four-bedroom cabin. Other cabin-type accommodation can be found in the mountainous regions where the Swedish Tourist Association run a number of mountain huts – also known as fjallstationer. There are, however, cottages and cabins all across Sweden catering to both tourists and holidaying Swedes alike, so do try looking for cabin villages across the country.

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Self Catering Accommodation

Self Catering Accommodation in Sweden

Self Catering Accommodation in Sweden

Self catered accommodation in Sweden is a popular choice amongst visitors to Sweden. Self catered and serviced apartments provide you with more freedom, space and privacy than hotels.

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