Marina Abramovic – Exhibition at Moderna Museet

Provocative, moving and inspiring Marina Abramovic

Beautiful surrondings and a fascinating art exhibition, a visit to Moderna Museet on Skeppsholmen is definitely on my to-do list this February when provocative and moving artist Marina Abramovic makes an appearance at the art museum. Being one of the most discussed in the art world today, she continues to expand the boundaries of art in her exhibition The Cleaner. Film, photography, paintings, installations and materials from her own archive – this exhibition can’t be anything but great.
On view February 18th – May 21st, 2017.

Image: Marina Abramović, Stromboli III Volcano, 2002 Courtesy of Marina Abramović Archives and Lia Rumma Gallery, Milan. Photo: Paolo Canevari © Marina Abramović Bildupphovsrätt 2017

Moderna Museet, 111 49 Stockholm

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Nathalie Schuterman – International High-End Fashion

High Fashion Shopping in Stockholm

My obvious shopping destination for international high-end fashion. This Swedish-owned multi-brand store always keeps up with the latest trends and fill my wardrobe with the most gorgeous clothing from brands such as Céline, Miu Miu, Balenciaga and Oscar de la Renta. You can always count on Nathalie Schuterman, especially when you want to spoil yourself a little extra. Bags, accessories and this seasons most stylish shoes are found here!

Birger Jarlsgatan 5, 111 45 Stockholm

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February is perfect for indoor activities and a great time to discover the exciting exhibitions and events taking place. We have listed the current and upcoming happenings you wouldn’t want to miss in Stockholm this month.

Liljevalchs Vårsalong 2017
A tradition from 1921 that marks the opening of a new artistic year. The exhibition presents art created by both professionals and amateurs, old and young. The exhibition features everything from paintings and sculptures to embroidery. January 11th – March 5th.

Malmskillnadsgatan 32

Marina Abramovic, The cleaner – Moderna Museet
Marina Abramovis continues to expand the boundaries of art and is one of the most discussed artists today. This exhibition marks her first major retrospective in Europe and addresses issues of our existence in ways that provokes and moves. February 18th – May 21st.


Albert Wiking, We have a dream – Fotografiska
Writers, pop artists, politicians and business leaders – we have a dream by Albert Wiking at Fotografiska presents a unique collection of 114 portraits of influential people who inspire us to dare to Dream. Until February 19th.

Stadsgårdshamnen 22

Royal Wedding Dresses – The Royal Palace
The exhibition displays the stunning collection of wedding dresses worn by Queen Silvia, Crosn Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine, Princess Sofia and Princess Lilian. Until March 12th.

Stockholms slott

Wolfgang Lehmann

February 9 – March 31

The exhibition, Landscape and Symmetry, displays the work created by Wolfgang Lehmann 2012-2017, and shows photographs from the artist’s fascination for landscapes, cities and his obsession with overlays. Behind every image is usually multi exposures and Wolfgang himself refers to his work as process-photography, as the result of his photographs is often a painterly image.

Wolfgang Lehmann, born in Germany 1967 and currently living in Stockholm since 2006, is a lens-based artist who creates video, installation and photography. Wolfgang’s work has been exhibited at several great and meaningful museums and events/festivals such as; Kuryokhin Center in St. Petersburg, Museo Lazaro Galdiano in Madrid, MoCa Museum of contemporary art in Shanghai, New York film festival and many others.

Seasonal is the Word

Our new Brunch and Dinner menus are here, reflecting the flavours of this season. We always strive to serve meals that are from the garden, locally produced and ecologically grown. We hope you will enjoy the newcomers as much as the classics!


The Royal Opera – National Stage for Opera & Ballet

Sweden’s National Stage for Opera & Ballet

A visit to the Royal Opera is always exciting. The grand and exclusive venue presents a mix of classical and contemporary opera and ballet every year, and right now I’m waiting for the great love story La Bohéme’s premiere, January 28th. Check out the full program on the Royal Opera’s website, there are plenty of interesting premieres this season!

Don’t miss the great package deal that Hotel Diplomat and the Royal Opera has put together. Until May 31st, a discount on accommodation and tickets is offered for combined bookings.

Gustaf Adolfs torg 2, 103 22 Stockholm

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Mellqvist Kaffebar – Café in Stockholm

Breakfast in Vasastan

Mellqvist kaffebar, located in Vasastan, is the whole-in-the-wall café known by the locals for being one of the best coffee spots in town, and the natural meeting place for breakfast during the weekend. A morning walk is completed with grilled ciabatta and an espresso from the cute café cart outside. Relaxed, familiar and friendly.

Rörstrandsgatan 4, 113 40 Stockholm

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Five Stars

We are proud to announce that we are now a five-star hotel! Over the past year we have worked extensively towards our goal; to become five-star star in January, 2017. Each department in the hotel has been analyzed thoroughly and new procedures and routines have been implemented to assure the high level of service and quality at each level.

We look forward to your next visit and hope that you will enjoy your stay with us!


Artipelag – Fashion Stories Exhibition

Stunning fashion exhibition in the Archipelago

Get inspired by Fashion Stories at Artipelag, the stunning creations of the acclaimed fashion designer Lars Wallin. The exhibition celebrates Lars’s 25th year as a designer and features nearly 200 of his beautiful Creations, letting us follow his creative career. It gives us an insight to the design process and let us experience the many meaningful dresses and costumes created by himself. An extra plus is the beautiful location of the venue, Artipelag, set right by the waterfront in the Stockholm Archipelago – a great weekend destination this winter! The exhibition is on display until March 12th.

Artipelagstigen 1, 134 40 Gustavsberg

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