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Boutique hotels. And great places nearby

We help you find the best boutique hotels in Uppland. We guide you to cool design hotels, hip and trendy hotels and small five-star luxury hotels. These hotels might often be so unique and romantic that you do not want to leave your room. But still - you should! Therefore, we also help hotels guide you to the greatest places nearby - be it coffeeshops, restaurants or museums.

Here are some recommended places nearby boutique hotels in Uppland:
  • Drop Coffee

    Great café who roasts their own coffé.

    From Lydmar Hotel's guide.

  • Il Caffè

    A great café for working.

    From Lydmar Hotel's guide.

  • Villa Anna

    The most exclusive and well prepared food you can get in Uppsala, is actually served at Hotel Villa Anna!

    From Hotel Villa Anna's guide.

  • Hambergs Fisk

    Superb fish restaurant.

    From Hotel Villa Anna's guide.

  • Beyond Retro

    All about vintage, second hand clothing and accessories.

    From Lydmar Hotel's guide.

  • Urban Deli

    Located by Nytorget in the south part of town. A wonderful area that is comparable with SoFo in NY. Shops, cafés and several restaurants. This one is part Deli, part restaurant. Go here for a nice weekend lunch in between trendy and hipp shopping.

    From Lydmar Hotel's guide.

  • Pubologi

    According to themselves, Pubologi is not a dining room, not a bar and not a traditional pub. It is a hybrid of all three. We think it is great.

    From Lydmar Hotel's guide.

  • Bistro Berns

    Berns Salonger was founded in the mid 1800 century as a “Schweizeri”, where booze and bakeries were sold. Bistro Berns is the small French bistro in the park opposite Berns Salonger. Classical French food in a typical bistro environment. Simple, yet perfect.

    From Lydmar Hotel's guide.

  • Svenskt Tenn

    Founded in 1924 with the vision of humane, soft modernism and artistry. Estrid Ericsson and Josef Frank created a highly personal style, with a combination of Viennese elegance and Swedish functionalism.

    From Lydmar Hotel's guide.