Kungens Kurva offers everything you can think of in terms of shopping and entertainment right outside the door. Food from all corners of the world until late at night and experiences for the whole family. Opposite the hotel is one of Sweden's largest entertainment centers, with the Nordics' largest cinema.
1 double bed 160 cm, 2 single beds 105 cm, 1 bunk bed
is always included in the price
Breakfast is served from 06:00 on weekdays.
Coffee, tea and various juices are offered together with several options of yogurt, muesli ingredients (so you can mix it according to your own taste), cereals and toppings consisting of cheeses, charcuteries and vegetables.
Warm options, such as bacon, beans, meatballs and eggs (whole eggs and scrambled eggs) are also served, as well as several kinds of bread and fruit. Of course, we also have options for vegans or those with allergies.
The nearby retail park at Kungens Kurva provides a variety of shopping and entertainment options, including the Nordic region's largest cinema in the Heron City mall.
A bus stop is located just across the street and the nearest underground station is a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Stockholm city centre is a 20-minute drive away.
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Dialog Hotel Ariston is located on scenic Lidingö, 8 km from Stockholm's inner city. Lidingö offers great opportunities for excursions and adventures. Take a bike ride or a walk and keep your eyes open because there are plenty of beautiful sights, nice cafes, playgrounds and old monuments to see.
Wonderful Millesgården, the home of the sculptor Carl Milles and the artist Olga Milles built in 1908, is located high on Lidingö in a terraced sculpture park with fountains and flower plantations: Millesgården boasts a magical view of Stockholm. Since 1936, when the artist's home was handed over as a gift to the Swedish people, Millesgården has been run as a foundation. Today, Millesgården is a museum with an antiques collection, sculpture park, art gallery, shop and restaurant.
Fotografiska is an international meeting place for photography and photographers. The exhibitions are among Stockholm's most popular attractions.
If you ask us, Stockholm is the best of both worlds. On the one hand, influences flow in from all over the world and make their mark on restaurants, bars, music, art and design; on the other hand, the nordic heritage is protected with everything from Skansen to traditional Swedish fika and minimalist design.
Visit Gröna Lund, ABBA the Museum, Fotografiska och Moderna Museet or travel back in time in the Old Town's medieval alleys, Skansen and the Vasa Museum. Or why not dance the night away at Stureplan, where the heart of the big city beats the hardest?
THE VASA MUSEUM
The ship Vaasa capsized and sank in Stockholm in 1628. After 333 years on the seabed, the huge warship was salvaged and the journey could continue. Today, Vaasa is the world's best-preserved 17th century ship.
Gamla Stan or the Old Town, is the heart of Stockholm and where the city was founded in the Middle Ages. In the Old Town you will find sights such as the Royal Palace, the Riksdag, the changing of the guard, museums and libraries mixed with artworks, squares and parks. Enjoy the crowds, cobblestones, outdoor cafes and hundreds of small shops.
ABBA THE MUSEUM
ABBA The Museum is more than just an ordinary museum. Here you will find the members' clothes, gold records, original gadgets, memorabilia and much, much more.
Djurgården is known for its sights and parks with old oaks. Here you can enjoy the beautiful outdoors as well as several museums, culturally and historically interesting villas and embassies. A large part of the island of Djurgården is occupied by the open-air museum Skansen and the amusement park Gröna Lund.