Lady Hamilton

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Storkyrkobrinken 5, Stockholm, Stockholm, 111 28, Sweden

4 Reviews

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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 28% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • sim1's Profile Photo

    Great location in the Gamla Stan


    The Hotel Lady Hamilton is located very central, in the midst of the Gamla Stan (Old Town). A perfect location for doing sight-seeing, as it is almost next to the Royal Palace and just around the corner from the Storkyrkan (Cathedral). You are amidst of the colorful old-town with its cobble-stoned streets and historical houses. And the hotel is located in one of these characteristic historic houses. The building dates back the 1470s, at the time of Sten Sture the Elder. Since 1975 the property was turned into a hotel. The old feel of the house has however been preserved as it has been filled with a collection of antiques in the Swedish peasant style, both in the room and general areas of the hotel. The result is a hotel which oozes charm.

    As with all hotels located in the Old Town the rooms are small, quite small indeed. So be prepared for that! We stayed on the third floor of the hotel, having a view far down on one of the charming cobble-stoned street and overlooking the red and yellowish painted historical houses across the road.

    The beds were very comfortable, and although the room is small, they managed to squeeze a desk and a chair in a corner. WiFi, although a bit slow, worked perfectly. The bathroom was clean and had everything needed, but I have to admit that it was a little bit too cramped for my liking. The walls in the rooms are most likely very thick as not once I heard the noise of other guest. The only sound I heard was the bell-tower from a nearby church. A charming sound in my ears, with a delicate toll of the bells at regular intervals throughout the night.

    Breakfast was so,so. I guess my disappointment had to be honest more to do with the presentation than the actual content of the breakfast. Because thinking logical, all was there you could expect, it only didn't feel like a full breakfast to me at the time.

    The price for staying at this hotel is not cheap. But everything is relative, as all hotels in this part of Stockholm are very expensive. To be honest, the Lady Hamilton is in fact one of the cheaper ones in this part of town. So can I recommend the place? Absolutely! I enjoyed my stay very much! But when staying in this part of town I might prefer the Rica Hotel Gamla Stan. This hotel has the same atmosphere and also located in the Old Town. The differences are tiny, but somehow I did feel the Rica being the better one of the two. In favor for the Lady Hamilton is without a doubt its better location.

    In the photo you can see the tower of the Cathedral (Storkyrkan). The building on the very right is the Lady Hamilton Hotel.

  • Sjalen's Profile Photo

    Old Town romance


    No, this one does not come cheap. But it is the perfect place for a romantic weekend in Stockholm. The location is in the Old Town, only steps from Stockholm Cathedral and with walking distance to everything.

    Directions: Just a few metres downhill from the Storkyrkan cathedral main entrance.

  • JRobert38305's Profile Photo

    Gamla Stan hotel


    We spent 7 nights at this hotel. Our room was on the very top floor. It was comfortable - but small. It was a little on the pricy side but I guess that is understandable considering its location (within one block of the palace). They had an excellent breakfast buffet.

    Unique Quality: A suana and soaking pool is located in the basement.

    Directions: within 1 mile of central railroad station on Gamla Stan

  • wadekorzan's Profile Photo

    Right in the heart of Old Town


    Though I did not stay here, this hotel certainly aught my eye because of its excellent location. It is situatd right in old town very close to the Storkyrkan and the Royal Palace. From old town the rest of Stockholm (central city, odermalm, city hall, Kungsholmen) is all very accessible. If I go back to Stockholm I would definitely consider staying here.

    Supposedly the building dates to the 15th century (though rooms have been updated!), and the hotel has alot of character!

    I hear the rooms are tiny but that the breakfast is great and there is a great sauna for 10 people in the basement. There are alot of good reviews about the hotel.

    Directions: Right next to the Storkyrkan and Royal Palace in Gamla Stan. Metro "Gamla Stan" 5 minute walk away.

More about Lady Hamilton

Miss M and Ms. Em on the Town

by emilienoelle

Here's Miss M posing in front of the Lady Hamilton Hotel in Gamla Stan. Miss M's last name is Hamilton so it a cute picture.

It was so nice out on the day this was taken.

Here we are enjoying some french fries, well Miss M is anyway.


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Address: Storkyrkobrinken 5, Stockholm, Stockholm, 111 28, Sweden