Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre gives you easy
access to Stockholm's numerous attractions
It doesn’t get much better than this. Located between the Central Station and the City Hall - Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre gives you easy access to Stockholm's numerous attractions, including a vibrant cultural scene and bustling restaurants, nightlife and shopping. While making the most of the unbeatable location - you can also enjoy unbeatable views of the waters of Lake Mälaren.
Stockholm has a favourite spot for everyone. The city offers a range of indoor and outdoor attractions and best of all - the centre is small enough to allow you to take it in on foot. One of the most beautiful cities in the world covering 14 islands. It’s vibrant, it’s cosmopolitan, it’s built on the water’s edge. It’s got something for everyone.
Events at Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre
In the immediate vicinity of the convention center you will find RBG restaurant where we serve
breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
If you wish to book a table please contact us.
Tel: 08-5050 6412
Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre features an
on-site four-star hotel, the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel
Directly connected to the congress centre via the lobby, the hotel offers 414 comfortable and well-equipped rooms on 16 floors, including suites. The hotel also offers a fitness lounge, an all-day open restaurant and a cosy bar.
Within a radius of 300 metres from the congress centre there are some 2 800 additional rooms to be found at different local and international three-star to five-star hotels. If you’re arriving by car, take advantage of the hotel’s indoor parking.
Stockholm is one of the most beautiful
major cities in the world
A mix of modern steel and glass architecture and historical saffron- and terracotta-coloured buildings. In the summer the city casts reflections in the water surrounding the 14 islands on which it is built and in the winter you’ll find it snow covered and dotted with lights.
In 2010 Stockholm was the first capital to be named “European Green Capital”. It’s also a vibrant, modern city, known for producing innovative IT and media businesses, sleek designs, edgy fashion and world-class nightclubs. It has one of the highest concentrations of museums and galleries in the world. Yet the city centre is small enough to allow you to take it in on foot.
For more information about the city check out the official visitor’s guide: