Our favourite Hygge-style hotels in Europe

by Alexandra Bocheliuk, Content Manager & Hotel Researcher
Most people prefer to feel ultimate coziness and comfort while staying abroad, but not every luxury hotel can deliver this feeling of home. For those who don't feel comfy enough to be surrounded by marble and pretentious decor, we can advise something luxurious but at the same time way cozier and heart-warming. From a crackling fire and a steaming cup of cocoa to the softest cashmere sweatsuit, these places make you enjoy simple pleasures and relax. Let's look at some of the coziest hygge-type hotels in Europe.
Ett Hem, Sweden

Ett Hem is a 22-key luxury townhouse hotel in Stockholm's Östermalm neighborhood with the perfect cozy vibe and a touch of Scandinavian design. The hotel has deluxe rooms and suites with cast-iron stoves, an impossibly stylish lounge heated by an open hearth, and a hearty breakfast in a leafy glasshouse. This place has a comfort of a countryside retreat while being inside the big city.

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel, Finland

The Arctic TreeHouse Hotel exudes a modern Scandinavian design and Nordic luxury. Its cabins have huge windows with views of the rugged wilderness. Interiors have hygge trademarks such as feathery beds and light wood. Guests can stargaze and peep for northern lights from their comfortable beds, which makes this place a great option for a cozy romantic getaway with your Boo.

Bryggen Guldsmeden, Denmark

Here we come to the motherland of hygge - Denmark. Bryggen Guldsmeden is a cozy authentic hotel. I know some people are coming back here just for the feeling of Guldsmeden. The inviting atmosphere suits those who want to connect with fellow travelers or find a moment of solitude. There are stunning velvet Balinese couches, a superb rooftop pool, and an exciting mix of South Asian-styled hygge interiors.

SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat, Austria

Located in the exclusive resort village of Lech, Austria, Severins — The Alpine Retreat is a cozy ski chalet with a Scandinavian-inspired interior design. The suites have velvet sofas, cloud beds, stone baths, and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the slopes. There are also the infrared sauna cabin and sommelier-led wine tastings.