Hotel | Lord Nelson Hotel is an intimate, friendly and pleasant hotel right in the heart of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Old Town, close to the city centre and all the capital's sights and attractions. The hotel contains a unique, private collection of maritime antiques.
The building dates from the 17th century and is reminiscent of ships from bygone days due to its tall and narrow structure. At just under six metres wide, this property at 22 Västerlånggatan is undoubtedly Sweden’s narrowest hotel! During the 17th century the building with its powder-pink facade was home to Ignatius Mauer, a printer. Together with Göran Helsing he printed the Karl X Bible (which is part of the collection and is on display in the hotel lobby).
The hotel is named after Admiral Lord Nelson, one of England’s greatest heroes of all time. And this is not a random choice of name: you’ll find reminders of the owners’ love of antiques with a maritime theme throughout the hotel’s interior.
Facilities and services
General facilitiesNumber of floors: 5 29 room(s) Luggage storage Elevator Front desk Laundry service Internet 24h check-in Safety box
Building informationLast renovated year: 2002 Built in year: 1974
Eat & Drink on siteBreakfast included