Exterior view of the detailed hotel entrance at The Sparrow Hotel

Nearby Attractions

Explore Stockholm from The Sparrow Hotel

Stay at The Sparrow Hotel and find the many spectacles of Stockholm just beyond our doors, starting with Östermalm and further afield. From eclectic shops and restaurants to famous attractions, world-class museums, cultural destinations and more, some of the most popular attractions and things to do in Stockholm are just moments away.

String lights decor lit by the Sture Gallerian entrance near The Sparrow Hotel

Sturegallerian – One minute walk

Only steps from the hotel, this upscale mall in the middle of Stureplan Square features high-end fashion boutiques, fabulous restaurants, vibrant cafés and the landmark Sturebadet Spa, which opened in 1885.

People gathered by the Svampen near The Sparrow Hotel

Stureplan – One minute walk

This public square is home to Stockholm’s most prestigious banks and other financial institutions as well as several corporate headquarters. Additionally, you will find exclusive high-end restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and fashion boutiques. This also where Kungsgatan and Birger Jarlsgatan cross.

People crowded in the streets on a sunny day near The Sparrow Hotel

Biblioteksgatan & Biblioteksstan – Two minutes' walk

Stockholm's most exclusive shopping district can be found in this pedestrian-friendly district between Stureplan and Norrmalmstorg. Here, you can shop ultra-luxury international brands like Prada, Gucci Ralph Lauren and many more. Not to mention top Swedish fashion labels like Acne, Whyred and Hope. More info see here.

Aerial view of the Nordiska museet near The Sparrow Hotel

Kungliga Djurgården – 25 minutes' walk

A popular destination among Stockholm locals and visitors, this tranquil island oasis is the perfect escape from the fast pace of city life. In addition to waterfront lawns and parks for picnicking and relaxing, this attraction is home to some of Stockholm’s most famous museums and cultural sites, including the Vasa Museum, Gröna Lund, the Abba Museum, Skansen and The Royal Dramatic Theatre.