Situated on the top floor of the Grand Hotel Stockholm, the Princess Lilian Suite, named after the Princess, is a pied-a-terre with panoramic views of Stockholm's waterfront and Royal Palace. Offering the feel of a residential apartment, there are two bedrooms, a library, sitting room, mutiple bathrooms, and kitchen where guests can hire personal chefs to prepare a meal. Continue reading below the bedroom and library photos.
The living room has a plush sitting area, along with a dinner table with seating for 12, plus a grand piano. There is an in-suite cinema, designed by Ingemar Olsson, a top acoustician, with space to host private viewings for up to 12 people. Within the suite there are three smart TVs and a Sonos wireless sound system, plus a bar trolley filled with drinks and snacks. Read more below cinema photo.
For relaxation, the suite has a spa area with a steam or dry sauna, deep mosaic soaking tub, massage and waterfall showers, plus silk bathrobes and Acqua di Parma amenities. Continue below the photo.
The Grand Hotel Stockholm is a historic waterfront hotel. Built in 1874, the property faces the Royal Palace and the Old Town. For dining, Mathias Dahlgren's Matbaren is a Michelin star restaurant, the Veranda restaurant offers a celebratory traditional Swedish atmosphere, and the Cadier Bar is a popular champagne bar. There's also the Nordic Spa & Fitness offering classic Swedish massages, beauty treatments, and wellness coaching, along with a sauna, gym, and a late-summer warm pool.
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