Neighborhood guide

We cherish our neighborhood. That is why we have chosen to highlight some of our favorite shops, attractions and excursions in a Neighborhood guide so that you as a guest can get to know our Stockholm.


Njuta Spa

Fabrikörvägen 16

We work togheter with Njuta Spa, located at five minutes walking distance from the hotel, to offer you a relaxing and rewarding spa experience. The scent of aromatherapy oils will make you unwind. Relaxing music is heard in the background while you lean back with a cup of tea you see the boats on the water slowly gliding below.


Stockholms skärgård

Stockholms skärgård

Combine the city experience with the vast Stockholm archipelago. Many of the tour boats stop by Restaurant J's jetty, an easy and convenient way to view the city from the water.



Visit our nearst islands Fjäderholmarna. Fjäderholmarna gives a taste of Stockholms archipelago if you do not have time for more. Boats depart from Nacka Strand during summer time.



Markusplatsen 17

Dieselverkstaden is a place where you meet friends or spend time with the family. Here you can read newspapers, take a coffee and visit art exhibitions. On weekends there also small concerts and performances.

Gustavsbergs Porslinsfabrik


Visit Sweden's only porcelain factory. The factory produces genuine. The Porcelain Museum displays a generous selection from the collections and the factory’s amazing history.


Artipelagstigen 1

Artipelag houses a large art gallery and a shop with design products. There are also two restaurants - both with terrace and magnificent sea views.


Stadsgården 22

Fotografiska is one of the world’s largest meeting places for contemporary photography. Fotografiska presents four unique large exhibitions and about 20 smaller exhibitions annually. In addition to the large exhibition, Fotografiska also houses a book and souvenir shop, a restaurant, a photo gallery. In the bar on the top floor you will find one of Stockholm’s very best vantage points


Nacka Forum

Forumvägen 14

Nacka Forum, one of Sweden´s largest shopping malls, lies within walking distance from Hotel J. There are 150 shops, cafés, restaurants and full service, such as banking, medical services, car washing, shoe and dry cleaning. Free parking the first 3 hours.

Sickla Köpkvarter

Sickla Industriväg 19

The industrial park that once existed in Sickla - whose factories today houses shops, offices and schools  - started in the late 1800s. Today, the area has turned into a shopping center with 145 shops.

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