When booking an international conference it is important to choose a venue that not only fit your brief and budget but also suit the dynamics of your company, Stockholm, like any top city, has an abundance of hotels, which can cater for different sized meetings and conferences. Here are just a few suggestions
The Grand Hotel Stockholm located on the central waterfront overlooks the Royal Palace and Old Town. With the shopping and business districts nearby and easy access from the airport this hotel is in a prime location. It can offer 24 different flexible meeting rooms with the majority of them having natural daylight and equipped with the most recent technology. The Grand Hotel can hold events from 2 – 800 attendees.
Another key venue in the heart of the city is the Berns Salonger which has been a landmark hotel since 1863. This hotel is an ideal mix of business and pleasure. Not only does it cater to conferences it can also double up as a concert venue and guests can make use of its restaurants and bars. The Berns Salonger can host events from 2 to 1200 in their nine conference rooms and can accommodate 82 bedrooms.
The Sheraton Stockholm Hotel is located in Stockholm’s business district and can hold large receptions for up to 600 guests down to small intimate meetings that require privacy. Its 15 conference rooms are all flexible and ideal for board meetings, conferences, banquets and receptions. Ten of its meeting rooms let in natural daylight and have a great view of the City Hall and Lake Malaren.
The Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre is the city’s most versatile venue that caters for large scale events. Situated in the heart of Stockholm this venue offers organisers endless possibilities for extraordinary experiences. This venue can be used for smaller meetings or events with a larger audience of around 3,000. Attached to the Congress Centre is the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel allowing ease of overnight accommodation for attendees. The Stockholm Globe Arenas is a leading convention venue in Sweden. It includes three multifunctional structures equipped to handle hosting any sized event. One of the globes is the Ericsson Globe which is the largest spherical building in the world. It allows a breath-taking and unmatched backdrop for conferences and events for up to 16,000 attendees. Stockholm has a vast selection of interesting and unique venues throughout its city. Many of its museums such as the Vasa Museum or the Nordic Museum double up as conference venues. No matter what type of event you’re planning, Stockholm will have a venue that will make the event memorable.
If Stockholm is the location for your next event then DeSouza Associates would be delighted to assist you in finding not only the venue but working alongside our partners located on the ground can also assist with ground services such as transfers, outside dinners, partner programmes. Find out more about overseas venues.
Related blog post: Read our ‘Stockholm for your next conference Part 1’.
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