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A clean, green city of islands

Made up of 14 islands where Lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is easily the most beautiful capital city in Scandinavia. From the cliffs of Söder to the shores of the Old Town, the city offers spectacular watery views at every turn. Efficient public transportation, or your own two feet, take you to more than 70 museums, numerous shops selling the latest in Nordic design, and gourmet restaurants doing surprising things with lingonberries.

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Blue Hammam

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Blue Hammam

Journey to the Middle East

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Stepping into the Blue Hammam feels like a journey to the Middle East. This fantastically designed, authentic Turkish spa is located in the Blue Hotel in Stockholm, and is on a par with any hammam to be found in the ancestral land.

The elegant bath house at Blue Hammam is ornately decorated in true Turkish style, featuring a typical marble hob. There’s also a cool room, which guests recline in following their bath to regress back to their normal body temperature, and a camekan lounge, with free Turkish tea and snacks such as fruits and nuts, where guests come to relax after cooling off.

In addition to the bath, Blue Hammam offers two kinds of massage – classic Swedish massage and the Indian-inspired chakrflodes massage. Finally, they also offer kundalini yoga classes, which are ideal for anyone seeking rehabilitation from sports injury.

Blue Hammam
Elfviks udde, Stockholm
Phone
+46 8 505 637 00
Website
www.bluehotel.se/blue-hamam-spa