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Stallmästaregården Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I like the service at the restaurant and the food was delicious special the main course. The breakfast was great, good value. The hotel was really comfortable and nice and quiet area around to walk to the lake and other nice place around.

This hotel was perfect for a family getaway in style. The hotel was able to add a little cot to our room complete with mini duvet and pillow. Very cute. The breakfasts were lovely with two high chairs available. The rooms were quiet overlooking a lovely lake and the bus stops were close by. It was approximately 30 minutes away from Stockholm Central station and a 10 minute walk away from the metro which is why i only scored 'good' on location, but other than that it was excellent.

Charming hotel with a very interesting history. During the warm weather months the location really shines, right on the lake but close enough to the center of Stockholm. My room was a beautifully designed loft with neat touches all around. I loved the wool throw. I should really have one shipped here! One change would be to try to find a way to isolate the hotel from the road it sits next to. Some of the rooms have views of what is basically a construction site. Otherwise it's a very nice property that would I recommend to those looking for something different than the traditional city hotels in Stockholm.

Perfect little hotel for a weekend getaway, cozy by the lake and a park but not so close to the center...a10/15 min drive. Very good breakfast and the restaurant is very good also and popular among he locals. In the summer time you can sit outside. I love the fireplace in the reception.And the beautiful big tree with the hole outside. I think the house was once an old royal stable house. You can have rooms with "balcony" doors but it´s not private, all of them have the same common garden which is in the middle of the hotel, but in wintertime it did not bother us, you are not sitting outside in November in Sweden anyway.

I already miss my stay, this hotel was perfect for us on a weekend getaway, we enjoyed the location and hotel facilities, the breakfast was great too. We enjoyed morning jogs at Royal Djurgården which is in the vicinity. I can't wait for trip back

A very good place to stay if you want closeness to the city and a calm beautiful experience in nature and historical settings from 17th century. The hotel suites are very good in duplex. Breakfast is excellent and perfect to have outside on the veranda during summer. Dinners are good, a bit expensive, serving traditional quality Swedish food. Highly recommended to go here for a vacation or business trip especially during the summer months.

In a nutshell – this place is balm for the soul! Very good quality overall. Very friendly and helpful staff. Superb restaurant. Beautiful location. For the whole story, you should read on … The former royal stable Stallmästaregården has a super convenient location. Located right at the northern edge of Stockholm Cit its only 500m to Karolinska University, about 1km to Karolinska Institute or Stockholm University. 10min by foot from downtown and right next to highway E4 and E20. It's also located at the shore of beautiful Brunnsviken lake. Stepping out, you find yourself in the Haga(parken). Which is not only a beautiful park to do a walk (or a good morning run) but also a historical place as it contains the burial site of the royal family since the early 1900s. You should definitely explore the area, but lets get back inside. Entering Stallmästaregårdens you first encounter two things you won't forget after your stay. First: the warm, cosy and familiar atmosphere. Second: the staff. Yes, the staff here is professional trained, educated and very good-breeded. But foremost they are a team of very kind, friendly and sincere people. Through our whole stay, we talked to a lot to the employees at the front desk, bar, restaurant and housekeeping, and we remember every conversation with the same warmth the whole place has to offer. They are very helpful and they have a genuine interest, not only in your stay but in you. And they like to take care of your needs. More on that later. It doesn't end there. The rooms are exactly how you imagine them from the pictures and buildings history. Small but very convenient and beautiful rooms that feel like home at once. We had a double with a small terrace to the courtyard. The bed and the linings are very comfortable. The cupboard offers iron and ironing board integrated in the doors. There was also a small desk with drawers and a commode. We were totally able to store all our stuff for a week-long trip to have a clutter free room. The bathroom is very nice, too. Tiled in black, it offers daylight, is clean and equipped with a tub and a shower that deserves the name. It can comfortably accommodate two persons. The only thing where the designers failed is the lighting: shaving is quite a challenge without direct light and a mirror thats behind a huge sink. The towels and supplied bathrobes are soft and clean. Due to delayed flights, we arrived late at night. That's after the restaurant already closed. In many places you'd be out of luck if hunger got hold of you out of service hours. Not at Stallmästaregårdens! Already during check-in they asked us, if we were hungry. So they prepared an improvised midnight-snack that was plenty and very good. Accompanied by a glass of wine from their very good selection, a nightmare of travel day was gone. The next day started with one more highlight: breakfast. No only do you have a beautiful view over lake Brunnsviken from nearly all tables in the restaurant, the buffet itself is the best I encountered so far in any hotel. It even tops the famous Cafe Royal in London! The food is fresh, very high quality and there's plenty of choice for anyone and every diet I can think of. Take your time. Enjoy the food and the atmosphere. Grab a newspaper or just relax with a latté and the beautiful view. In the evenings, the restaurant servers à la carte. For Stockholm it's in the upper middle-price range but the choice and quality is excellent! Be sure to reserve your table early. You can imagine that a restaurant that good is mostly booked out. I also like to mention that the house is fully wheelchair-accessible. Stroll around the house a little. It's from beautiful architecture and it offers a few places you can sit and relax. For example there are snuggeries located near the entrance, inviting to have a seat while waiting or just relaxing with a coffee. This place is an extraordinary stay for everyone who likes it cosy and familiar while travelling. The restaurant is excellent and the breakfast a class of its own. But the best has been the employees, which make me want to give Stallmästaregåregarden a 6 out of 5 rating. Thank you very much for the perfect time. See you soon!

What a lovely hotel - beautiful location next to lake (perfect for morning walk or jog) and converted one storey stables with nicely laid out natural planting. Rooms full of character and lovely breakfast. The only let down was wrong advice on front desk on where to catch bus to Arlanda airport - lady at reception told me to turn left, but after 30 mins time wasting and asking various shop keepers, I returned to the hotel, only for the lady at the desk to look it up again to tell me it had changed - this time turn right. To be fair, she did apologise. So I turned right - two bus stops there and not clear which one was airport - now I was cutting it fine to get to airport, so took an Uber which worked fine. Providing guests with correct info on how to get to airport seems to be the most basic info front of desk should provide and get right. Suggestion - manager in charge of training staff at front desk to update and train front of desk staff with correct info on how to get bus to Arlanda. Even better - just print out some maps and pass them to guests if they need it (but check they are up to date please). Still a lovely hotel despite poor information at front desk

My stay in Stockholm was very nice, one of best experiences was to stay in this beuatiful hotel with warm charm of old Sweden, placed in very nice surroundings, possible to make peacfull walks near the lake.

This is a special place. The oldest Stockholm Inn. The building is traditional style, restrained and pleasing. The position by the Brunnsviken bay and within short walk of Hagaparken is picturesque. The downside is that on the other side of the building are roads and rail and much noisy development. So my recommendation is that if you decide to stay here , ask for a garden room. So to all the positives. The rooms are smallish but have a distinctive Swedish style. We stayed here once before for about 5 days and that time opted for a junior suite which was on two levels. This time, for our two night stop over, we opted for a superior room overlooking the very pretty garden at the centre of the hotel. The bed and bed linen was extremely comfortable and the black and white marble bathroom was well appointed. The breakfast with option for lake views from the verandah  is a delight.

Room options

Superior Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Junior Suite (Split Level)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Royal Suite (Haga)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

85% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 455 reviews