Swedish English
Lord Nelson - History, Lord Nelson

Lord Nelson - History

Our Admiral’s own little nest is also the narrowest hotel in Sweden with an interesting past.

History

Lord Nelson is housed in a building that dates back to the 17th century and is reminiscent of an old ship. Barely six meters wide, the building on Västerlånggatan 22 in Old Town is undoubtedly the narrowest hotel in Sweden. The building, with its powder-pink facade, was originally home to the printer Ignatius Meurer. He printed the Karl X Bible together with Göran Helsing. This bible is now back in the house as part of our collection. It can be admired in a showcase in the hotel lobby.

Images from Lord Nelson

Image from Lord Nelson – Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden Image from Lord Nelson – Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden Image from Lord Nelson – Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden Image from Lord Nelson – Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden Image from Lord Nelson – Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden

Contact Us

Phone: +46 (0) 8 506 401 20

Email: [email protected]

Newsletter

Do you want to know about upcoming events and take advantage of our offers?

Our Sister Hotels

Victory Hotel

Lady Hamilton Hotel

Our Restaurants and Bars

Djuret

Pubologi

Flickan

Tweed

The Burgundy

Social Media

Facebook

Instagram

Cookies

We use cookies to enhance your experience of our site. By continuing to use our site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. - read more.