Guide by Hotel J

We want our guests to experience our lovely neighborhood and get to know our Stockholm. That's why we've chosen to highlight our favorite shops, attractions, and excursions in a local area guide so that you as guests can get to know our Stockholm.

Njuta SPA

We collaborate with Njuta Spa, located just a five-minute walk from Hotel J. At Njuta Spa, the scent of aromatherapy oils will help you unwind. With relaxing music in the background, you can lean back with a cup of tea and gaze out over the water, watching boats glide by

The Stockholm Archipelago

Experience Stockholm from the water. The beautiful archipelago consists of 30,000 islands, and many of the archipelago's excursion boats stop at Nacka Strand on their way out into the archipelago.


Visit our nearest archipelago islands, Fjäderholmarna. Fjäderholmarna offer a nice taste of the archipelago for those who don't have more time. Boats depart from Nacka Strand during the summer.


Dieselverkstaden is a place where you meet friends, spend time with family, gather with colleagues, or just sit alone. Here, you can read newspapers, have coffee, and visit art exhibitions. On weekends, there are also small concerts and performances.

Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory

Discover bargains at Sweden's only porcelain factory. The factory produces genuine porcelain such as tableware and art pieces in bone china and stoneware. At the Porcelain Museum, a generous selection from the collections is displayed, including unique art pieces as well as mass-produced utility porcelain.


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

Fotografiska Museum

Fotografiska is one of the world's largest meeting places for contemporary photography. Fotografiska presents four unique main exhibitions and around 20 smaller exhibitions annually. In addition to the large exhibition space, Fotografiska houses a book and souvenir shop, a restaurant, and a photo gallery. In the bar on the top floor, you'll find one of Stockholm's absolute best viewpoints.

Sickla Köpkvarter

The industrial area that once existed in Sickla - and whose factories now house shops, offices, schools, and cultural institutions - started in the late 19th century and was one of Stockholm's first industrial areas outside the city gates. Today, the area has transformed into a shopping district with 145 stores, countless entertainment options, and unexpected activities

Nacka shoppingcenter

Within walking distance from Hotel J lies Nacka Forum, one of Sweden's largest shopping centers filled with fashion, hobbies, technology, and food. Here you'll find 150 shops, cafes, restaurants, and full services such as banks, medical centers, car wash, cobblers, and dry cleaning. Free parking for the first 3 hours.

Siggesta Gård

Spend a day in the countryside. Here, you can browse at the flea market, play adventure golf and football golf, enjoy delicious food, ice cream, and visit the animals and swamp trolls!

Smakriket Säby

Smakriket Säby is a collaboration between Säbygård, Värmdö̈ Musteri, Värmdö̈ Bryggeri, and Värmdö̈ Bränneri. Smakriket Säby is worth a visit to experience the craftsmanship behind cold-pressed rapeseed oil, potatoes, apple juice, cider, Pomme de vie, beer, and Calvados.