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Tips on things to do in Solna

Are you looking for things to do in Solna and Stockholm? The hotel is a good starting point if you would like to go shopping at Mall of Scandinavia, visit Friends Arena for a concert or a sport event or just like to explore the beautiful park Hagaparken.

See our tips on things to do in Solna below, or speak to a member of our staff if you need more inspiration or ideas of what to do while visiting.

You also find tips on what to do in Stockholm here.

Shopping in Mall of Scandinavia

For those in the mood for shopping and who want everything in one place, the Mall of Scandinavia is a true haven. With its 8 concourses and over 170 stores, you will almost certainly find what you are looking for. In addition, there are more than 40 restaurants, playrooms, a cinema and parking.

We recommend driving the three kilometres to the shopping centre if you don’t prefer walking. If you wish to take public transport, there is a bus from Solna C.



Beautiful and popular Hagaparken is the perfect park for recreation after a long day of meetings or hectic city life.

In the park, located on Brunnsviken half an hour’s walk from the hotel, you will also find Haga Castle, Gustav III's Pavilion, Haga Park Museum, the Butterfly Museum and much more to explore.

Bring a picnic basket or try one of the restaurants in the park.


Pampas Marina

Pampas Marina is a 20-minute walk from the hotel. Perfect for relaxing and wonderful moments by the sea.

Enjoy the opportunity to dine at one of the restaurants if you feel a little peckish – or take a dip in the enticing water or sling yourself on a bench and simply enjoy life.

concerts and festivals

Friends Arena

World-class sports, music and events. Friends Arena is a half-hour walk from the hotel. If you are attending a concert, football match or other sports event, then we offer the perfect place to stay.


Solna Church

Solna Church is a quite unique and lovely excursion destination. The church, which probably dates from the 1180s, making it one of Stockholm’s oldest, is also one of the city’s few round churches.

Some of Sweden’s most famous people were buried in the associated northern cemetery, including Ingrid Bergman, August Strindberg, Alfred Nobel and Jenny Nyström.