Indelible Memory: The View From the Marstrand Ferry

Just 45 minutes from Gothenburg, Marstrand, Sweden, is peaceful, prosperous and absurdly pretty, and possibly, at least in this moment, close to perfection.

Editor’s Letter: October 2018

The Hideaway Report editor-in-chief reflects on the October 2018 issue, which covers Sweden, Denmark and Corsica.

Scenic Stockholm and Coastal Sweden

Traveling to Stockholm and coastal Sweden, our editor found three hotels to recommend: two in the capital city and one in Gothenburg.

Ports of Call: Stockholm, Sweden

With its crystal-clear waters, green spaces and impressive architecture, Stockholm might just be one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

New Photos of the Grand Hôtel Stockholm Renovations

Behold! We have received photos of the recently-completed renovations of the Grand Hotel Stockholm, a Harper Classic property with a rich 140-year history.

Interview: Jacob Holmström of Gastrologik

A good restaurant is an interaction between the kitchen and service, the food and guests, the premises and the interior and dozens of other factors.

2013 Grand Awards: Europe & Mediterranean

Located 60 miles southwest of Dublin, Ballyfin is perhaps the greatest Regency house in all of Ireland. In the front hall, we found an antique mosaic brought from Italy during the building's construction in 1822. This served as prelude to the magnificent public rooms.

2013 Grand Awards: Ett Hem, Stockholm

Stockholm's most charming small hotel, 12-room Ett Hem, opened in May and occupies an art nouveau mansion in the city's quiet Laerkstan district.

Ett Hem: At Home in Sweden’s Capital

Stockholm's most charming small hotel, 12-room Ett Hem, opened in May and occupies an art nouveau mansion in the quiet Laerkstan district. Owner Jeanette Mix, who bought the building six years ago, has worked with architect Anders Landstroem and London-based interior designer Ilse Crawford to create a flawless urban sanctuary.

A Gourmet's Guide to Stockholm

Those who still believe that Swedish gastronomy can be summed up by a nice smoergasbord will be in for a delicious surprise the next time they visit Stockholm. During the last 10 years, this charming city has evolved into one of the most innovative food locales in Europe.

Stockholm Dining: Gastrologik

All images copyright Gastrologik Built on 14 major islands, Stockholm is an exceptionally attractive city at the juncture of Lake Maelaren and the

Restaurants of the Year 2012

Set in the new Setai hotel on Fifth Avenue, this is the latest offering from chef Michael White. Ai Fiori means "among the flowers," and lavish floral arrangements here add an air of romance and celebration. Look for dishes such as trofie nero, Ligurian-style squid's ink pasta, and outstanding main courses including veal chop with a garnish of sweetbread-stuffed cabbage.