Hotels & Practical Info
Below you will find suggestions for where you can stay in Stockholm during the conference. Further practical information will be added to this page continually as we approach the conference date.
Kom Hotel Stockholm (Best Western)
We have prebooked 50 rooms at the Kom Hotel Stockholm, which means that conference attendees can stay there at a reduced price. There are not enough rooms for all conference participants there, so first-come, first-served.
The hotel is located at Döbelnsgatan 17, in central Stockholm and reasonably close to Stockholm University.
When making your reservation with the hotel, use booking number 551679.
Kom Hotel's website: http://www.komhotel.se/
Our Room Prices at Kom Hotel
Prices include a buffet breakfast and taxes.
|Single room:||990 SEK / night|
|Double room, economy, one guest:||1090 SEK / night|
|Double room, economy, two guests:||1190 SEK /night|
|Double room, standard, one guest:||1290 SEK /night|
|Double room, standard, two guests:||1390 SEK /night|
Map with Kom Hotel and Stockholm uni. campus:
Other places to stay
Since we can't stay updated on what other hotels have vacancies for the dates of the conference, we recommend using an online booking site if you want or need to stay somewhere other than Kom Hotel. The booking sites have rating systems, but it may also be helpful to know that hostels belonging to STF (The Swedish Tourist Association) tend to keep a good standard.
Hotel/hostel booking sites
Practical Information about Stockholm
Restaurant Den Gyldene Freden
Here you can find information about many things in Stockholm, from the electrical outlet standard to healthcare: VisitSweeden.com.
Some restaurant suggestions
Close to Kom Hotel
Man in the Moon,
British-style pub with a good selection of beer.
Den gamle och havet
("The Old Man and the Sea"), Tulegatan 27
Traditional Swedish cuisine
Dalagatan 50 (Vasastan)
Mid-priced traditional Swedish courses. For decades a popular place among journalists and artists.
Den Gyldene Freden,
Österlånggatan 51 (Old Town)
This restaurant is from 1722, and made famous in songs by several Swedish troubadours from the 18th century onwards. Bib Gourmand in Guide Michelin.
Blekingegatan 40 (Södermalm)
A traditional Swedish "beer hall" from 1904, serving high-qualilty versions of pickled herring, meatballs, knuckle of pork, and other traditional Swedish "husmanskost."
Luntmakargatan 74 (City)
Very well-made Chinese vegetarian courses.
Fjällgatan 23B (Södermalm)
A popular vegetarian buffet, and an amazing view of Stockholm from their outdoor tables.
Traditional Swedish cafe and confectionery
Riddargatan 4 (City)
Housed in a 2-floor apartment in an 18th century building, with the original early 20th century furnishings intact. Serves traditional Swedish coffee and pastry.