SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-HOTELS IN Sweden

THE 8 MOST ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE HOTELS IN Sweden according to ETIC Hotels

Best Western Royal Star

  • City: Stockholm
  • Score: 93%
  • Price from: £49.06

24.9
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.3
/ 10
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The Vault Hotel


22
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.2
/ 10
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Best Western Plus Hotel Plaza

  • City: Vasteras
  • Score: 91%
  • Price from: £27.68

22.8
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.1
/ 10
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Hotel Kung Carl, BW Premier Collection

  • City: Stockholm
  • Score: 90%
  • Price from: £66.05

27.8
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9
/ 10
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NOFO Hotel, BW Premier Collection

  • City: Stockholm
  • Score: 90%
  • Price from: £71.08

22.2
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9
/ 10
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Best Western Plus Grand Hotel

  • City: Halmstad
  • Score: 89%
  • Price from: £68.56

48.3
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.9
/ 10
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Continental Relax & Spa, BW Signature Coll.

  • City: Halmstad
  • Score: 87%
  • Price from: £35.22

41.9
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.7
/ 10
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Park Inn By Radisson Uppsala

  • City: Uppsala
  • Score: 86%
  • Price from: £50.95

33.6
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.6
/ 10
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COUNTRY PROFILE

Sweden

  • Official Name:Capital: Stockholm

  • Capital:Population 9.5 million

  • Population: Area 449,964 sq km (173,732 sq miles)

  • Area: Major language Swedish

  • Major Languages: Major religion Christianity

  • Major Religions: Life expectancy 80 years (men), 84 years (women)

  • Life expectancy: Currency krona

  • Currency: Kingdom of

Things to see in Sweden

  • Stockholm in Winter: 

  • Ystad, Sweden: 

  • Marstrand, Sweden: 

  • Vadstena, Sweden: 

  • Jönköping, Sweden: 

  • Kosterhavet, Lighthouse: 

  • Gothenburg, Sweden: 

  • Visby, Sweden: 

  • Stockholm Archipelago: 

  • Malmö, Sweden: 

  • Jukkasjärvi, Sweden: 

  • Sundsvall, Sweden: 

  • Lake Siljan, Sweden: 

  • Lake Mälaren, Sweden: 

  • Swedish Lapland in Summer: 

When to visit in Sweden

  • In general, May to September is the best time to visit Sweden €“ north or south. Summer weather in Sweden is similar to that in southern Britain, though there are more hours of sunshine and less rain. By the end of August, the leaves in northern Sweden start to change colour and night frosts are not uncommon; the first snows fall in September. In Stockholm, snow can fall in October but doesn€™t generally settle; by November, though, the ground is usually covered in a blanket of snow, which will last until the following March or even April, when there can still be snow showers. Winters in the south of Sweden are often mild whilst in the north you€™re likely to encounter snow until well into May and temperatures can fall to -30C.