Queen Street Vacation Packages
While staying in Queen Street, why not spend a little time exploring surrounding neighborhoods like Stockholm, Stadshagen and Reimersholme.
Vacationers in Queen Street, interested in finding out what makes the area tick, will love the cultural attractions nearby. There are many excellent places to take the family for an afternoon including Vasa Museum, Fotografiska and Nobel Museum. Head to the Museum of Modern Art, to get your fix of art. For a great night out, pick up some tickets to the House of Culture, Berwaldhallen and the Stockholm Concert Hall, one of the area’s most popular live concert venues.
If the sun is shining, do what the locals do and make the most of the nearby green spaces. If you're in need of a natural setting head to Bellevue Park, King's Garden and Tegnerlunden Park.
Spots such as Skansen, Stureplan and Sergels Torg are well worth visiting during your time in Queen Street. Travellers with a passion for faith and religion should make a trip to Riddarholmen Church, the Gustav Vasa Church and the Church of Adolf Fredrik.
Treat yourself to a new outfit, stock up on food or just people-watch at nearby shopping hotspots like Nordiska Kompaniet, the Vastermalmsgallerian Shopping Mall and Sture Mall.
Finding somewhere comfortable to rest your head around Queen Street couldn’t be easier. If you're looking for great service and a comfortable bed, check out the amenities at the Hotel Birger Jarl, the Sheraton Stockholm Hotel, and the popular Nordic C Hotel.
Accommodation in Queen Street
Booking a comfortable place to stay is important for those after a relaxing vacation. You can discover the best and most affordable Queen Street hotels on Expedia's up-to-date hotel deals page.
If you are interested in a bed in the more upmarket end of the scale, you'll be sure to enjoy the hospitality at the Scandic Klara, at Slöjdgatan 7, or the Lilla Rådmannen, at Radmansgatan 67. Cheaper accommodation options that previous guests often recommend include the Best Western Hotel Bentleys, at Drottninggatan 77, and the Scandic Norra Bantorget, at Wallingatan 15.