Sveriges Kungahus: Historic Swedish Break With Three Michelin Star Dining For Two

Sveriges Kungahus: Historic Swedish Break With Three Michelin Star Dining For Two

Stockholm, Sweden

£2320
Valid for 1 years

“Experience a historic milieu of the highest standard” Visit Stockholm

Why we love it

There aren't many royal palaces in the world, where you can visit just metres from the King and Queen, but Drottningholm Palace in Sweden is one of them! Embark on a historic break, touching base with royal institutions, three Michelin-star dining and a two night stay in the iconic, Nobis Hotel; where the term ‘Stockholm syndrome’ was coined.

What's Included?

  • Two night stay in a Superior Room at Nobis Hotel for two with breakfast and sauna access
  • Private three hour Guided Tour of Swedish Royalties, Drottningholm Palace & The Chinese Pavilion with a Mercedes-Benz V-Class
  • Tasting menu dinner or lunch at three-Michelin-starred Frantzén restaurant each
  • Return Airport transfers included

Description

Drottningholm Palace is Sweden's best-preserved royal castle constructed in the seventeenth century and one of Stockholm's three World Heritage Sites. While the Swedish Royal Family still resides here, you are invited to enter some of the most important parts of the building on a private three-hour guided tour.

The Palace's condition and excellent level of craftsmanship make it representative of all European architecture for the period. The combination of the exotic Chinese Pavilion, the Palace Theatre, and the magnificent gardens make a visit to Drottningholm a unique experience.

Guests can explore the best of Stockholm from the centrally located Nobis Hotel, with a two-night stay. This five-star hotel is set in the stately Sveriges Kreditbanken building - where the term ‘Stockholm syndrome’ was coined in 1973. The ground floor of this building once housed a large bank where robbers took four people hostage for six days. The incident made world news and afterwards, Stockholm Syndrome became the term to describe the way in which hostages bond with their captors.

Continue the royal treatment with the ultimate fine dining experience in Scandinavia at the three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Frantzén. Described by critics as 'flawless,' the menu from start to finish is a well-balanced flavour explosion!

With return airport transfers, a Mercedes-Benz V-Class chauffeur and a captivating hotel (quite literally), we've convinced you'll fall completely in love with Stockholm on this historic break.

Description

Drottningholm Palace is Sweden's best-preserved royal castle constructed in the seventeenth century and one of Stockholm's three World Heritage Sites. While the Swedish Royal Family still resides here, you are invited to enter some of the most important parts of the building on a private three-hour guided tour.

The Palace's condition and excellent level of craftsmanship make it representative of all European architecture for the period. The combination of the exotic Chinese Pavilion, the Palace Theatre, and the magnificent gardens make a visit to Drottningholm a unique experience.

Guests can explore the best of Stockholm from the centrally located Nobis Hotel, with a two-night stay. This five-star hotel is set in the stately Sveriges Kreditbanken building - where the term ‘Stockholm syndrome’ was coined in 1973. The ground floor of this building once housed a large bank where robbers took four people hostage for six days. The incident made world news and afterwards, Stockholm Syndrome became the term to describe the way in which hostages bond with their captors.

Continue the royal treatment with the ultimate fine dining experience in Scandinavia at the three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Frantzén. Described by critics as 'flawless,' the menu from start to finish is a well-balanced flavour explosion!

With return airport transfers, a Mercedes-Benz V-Class chauffeur and a captivating hotel (quite literally), we've convinced you'll fall completely in love with Stockholm on this historic break.

Additional Information

This is experience is subject to availability

Please note no cancellations or amendments to bookings can be made once trip is confirmed, due to the nature of this booking

Additional Information

This is experience is subject to availability

Please note no cancellations or amendments to bookings can be made once trip is confirmed, due to the nature of this booking

What's Included?

  • Two night stay in a Superior Room at Nobis Hotel for two with breakfast and sauna access
  • Private three hour Guided Tour of Swedish Royalties, Drottningholm Palace & The Chinese Pavilion with a Mercedes-Benz V-Class
  • Tasting menu dinner or lunch at three-Michelin-starred Frantzén restaurant each
  • Return Airport transfers included

Why we love it

There aren't many royal palaces in the world, where you can visit just metres from the King and Queen, but Drottningholm Palace in Sweden is one of them! Embark on a historic break, touching base with royal institutions, three Michelin-star dining and a two night stay in the iconic, Nobis Hotel; where the term ‘Stockholm syndrome’ was coined. Read full description

Description

Drottningholm Palace is Sweden's best-preserved royal castle constructed in the seventeenth century and one of Stockholm's three World Heritage Sites. While the Swedish Royal Family still resides here, you are invited to enter some of the most important parts of the building on a private three-hour guided tour.

The Palace's condition and excellent level of craftsmanship make it representative of all European architecture for the period. The combination of the exotic Chinese Pavilion, the Palace Theatre, and the magnificent gardens make a visit to Drottningholm a unique experience.

Guests can explore the best of Stockholm from the centrally located Nobis Hotel, with a two-night stay. This five-star hotel is set in the stately Sveriges Kreditbanken building - where the term ‘Stockholm syndrome’ was coined in 1973. The ground floor of this building once housed a large bank where robbers took four people hostage for six days. The incident made world news and afterwards, Stockholm Syndrome became the term to describe the way in which hostages bond with their captors.

Continue the royal treatment with the ultimate fine dining experience in Scandinavia at the three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Frantzén. Described by critics as 'flawless,' the menu from start to finish is a well-balanced flavour explosion!

With return airport transfers, a Mercedes-Benz V-Class chauffeur and a captivating hotel (quite literally), we've convinced you'll fall completely in love with Stockholm on this historic break.

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Description

Drottningholm Palace is Sweden's best-preserved royal castle constructed in the seventeenth century and one of Stockholm's three World Heritage Sites. While the Swedish Royal Family still resides here, you are invited to enter some of the most important parts of the building on a private three-hour guided tour.

The Palace's condition and excellent level of craftsmanship make it representative of all European architecture for the period. The combination of the exotic Chinese Pavilion, the Palace Theatre, and the magnificent gardens make a visit to Drottningholm a unique experience.

Guests can explore the best of Stockholm from the centrally located Nobis Hotel, with a two-night stay. This five-star hotel is set in the stately Sveriges Kreditbanken building - where the term ‘Stockholm syndrome’ was coined in 1973. The ground floor of this building once housed a large bank where robbers took four people hostage for six days. The incident made world news and afterwards, Stockholm Syndrome became the term to describe the way in which hostages bond with their captors.

Continue the royal treatment with the ultimate fine dining experience in Scandinavia at the three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Frantzén. Described by critics as 'flawless,' the menu from start to finish is a well-balanced flavour explosion!

With return airport transfers, a Mercedes-Benz V-Class chauffeur and a captivating hotel (quite literally), we've convinced you'll fall completely in love with Stockholm on this historic break.

Additional Information

This is experience is subject to availability

Please note no cancellations or amendments to bookings can be made once trip is confirmed, due to the nature of this booking

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Sveriges Kungahus: Historic Swedish Break With Three Michelin Star Dining For Two