Hotel | With its genuinely personal touch, the Lady Hamilton Hotel is a feminine and romantic hotel in a fantastic location next to the Royal Palace in Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s Old Town. From here, most things are within strolling distance.
The hotel’s charming personality is clearly connected to the fantastic antique collection in Swedish folklore style, which decorates both the public areas and the hotel rooms. Everything you see is part of the Bengtsson family’s unique collection.
The building that is now the Lady Hamilton Hotel, is listed for its cultural significance, actually dates right back to the 1470s, the time of Sten Sture the Elder. The hotel building was originally three separate properties. A merchant named Lorens Erdtman eventually bought them and converted them into one single building. Majlis and Gunnar Bengtsson purchased the property in 1975 and turned it into a hotel.
Lady Hamilton’s cellar even contains a 15th century well! This entitled the owner to a lower fire insurance premium in the 18th century. The well is now used as a plunge pool in which hotel guests can cool off after taking a sauna.
The hotel is named after Lady Emma Hamilton, the beautiful mistress of Lord Nelson, the famous naval hero.
Facilities and services
General facilitiesNumber of floors: 5 34 room(s) Sauna Luggage storage Elevator Front desk Laundry service Conference room Internet 24h check-in Safety box
Building informationLast renovated year: 2012 Built in year: 1980
Eat & Drink on siteBar Breakfast included
Special requirementsBaby cot available