Quality Hotel Airport Arlanda
Arlanda, 195 05
Phone: (46) 8 59511100
Fax: (46) 8 59510110
Cederstromsslinga, Arlanda, SE, 195 05
- Phone: (46) 8 59511100
- Fax: (46) 8 59510110
Located in Sweden's largest indoor shopping center, Taby Centrum, this neighborhood hangout serves as the local nightclub, family restaurant, and sports bar. There is a never ending stream of events that take place at this popular restaurant, including live music, sporting events, theme nights, and of course, dancing. The menu features simple a la carte options with a separate menu for the young one's.
The small and forested Swedish county of Värmland borders Norway and is fairly sparsely populated. Thus, this nation that represents its student expatriates is commensurately small, but nonetheless inviting for its small size. The space is clean and comfortable, and the DJs and bands that play here are always entertaining.
Sport and party meet when Svea Bowlinghall plays host to club kids on Sundays and Tuesdays. The attractions include loud music, fluorescent pins, balls and alleys. There are eight alleys with a computerised counting system, a couple of pinball machines and a bar. If you think bowling is your strength, then you should definitely come to this place. An hour's play costs SEK60, and it's SEK40 for a sequence. Cosmic Bowling costs SEK10 extra.
If you're looking for an unusual nightspot to let your hair down in, you must visit this joint. Flustret is a hip club frequented by a music-loving crowd that is in attendance every time the club is filled with lots of music. Attend live gigs, parties, DJ nights, music dos and events at this venue which is popular for its musical offerings. The Salon on the second floor is the main hub of activity, with crowds thronging the place during event nights. Sip on your favorite drink or munch on delectable delicacies as you groove to the beats of the night. Private events can be set at the intimate, little Black Lounge. Flustret is also well-equipped to handle your next corporate meeting, conference and banquet alongside business parties and luncheons. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact working hours for each of the facilities.
Starbar is an easily accessible and stylish rock club. It is housed in an underground locale, and the starred wall and flower lighting make it really cozy. There is more rave than sweat on the packed dance floor. The music is a mix of Depeche Mode, Sisters of Mercy, Chemical Brothers, Mötley Crue and Marilyn Manson, and this is rock'n roll! The aim is to create a rock club with a lot of 90s, a little bit of glamor and various events. The club has a really open attitude and a good feel. If you don't want to dance, you can always stay in the bar, which has really good pick-up potential.
The most ambitious drum'n'bass club in Stockholm opens every other Friday (odd weeks). Once a month foreign guest DJs, especially from the United Kingdom, visit the club to play the best music in the house. Get ready to Pump it Up!!
Enjoying its location inside the prestigious Nalen venue is a smaller club Alcazar which often invites independent rock bands to perform. Lovers of indie music will enjoy this stylish space where they can meet like-minded people and relax over a few drinks. Check website for details.
This nation is one of the most classy and refined of the nations. It's also one of the oldest, and one of the most versatile of the performance spaces that constitute these unique institutions. The shows here can be low key musical performances or all-out parties, but either way, an evening here is bound to be a night to remember.
This is one of the largest nations, and as such hosts some of the most lively shows and parties (it doesn't hurt that the region it represents includes Gothenburg, reputed to be Sweden's prime party city). It is very centrally located, and often nighttime revelers will hear the thumping beats coming from its confines.
This small club nestled inside the Central Station is a great place to see some live music. The talents on display are usually far better than one might suppose based on the club's location and size, and it even occasionally hosts internationally known names.
This nation, one of the larger ones, is housed in a grand old building close to the Botanical Garden. The bar has a refined atmosphere, and disco or dance party nights are lively but not quite as raucous as in some of the other nations.
Tre Backar is the place where many established Swedish bands held their first performance. Upstairs there are two dining rooms, where the inner room is the coziest one with books lining the walls, giving it a library feeling. It is an ideal place to sit and chat, and is mostly frequented by students. The food is reasonably priced and the wide beer selection is renowned.