This historic city in southern Sweden is known as a student center of Scandinavia. The city’s main attraction is Lund Cathedral, built in 1100s, along with multiple university and research buildings. Whether going for a cozy, budget friendly bed and breakfast, or splurging for a luxury accommodation, you’ll find just what you want in our guide to Lund’s ten best hotels.
On a pedestrian street in the middle of Lund is an old townhouse, built in 1866: Hotell Oskar. This story-like hotel has a charming exterior and modernly styled interior from famous Nordic designers. Around the corner of the hotel, you can find Oskar’s Café and Crêperie. Enjoy a cup of coffee or a fresh smoothie with a delicious crêpe or a grilled sandwich, before heading out to explore the city.
Located in the north of the city, Djingis Khan Hotel is close to Lund University and Science Park Ideon. The hotel has 73 rooms and suites, overlooking the gardens and the city. The rooms are furnished with Hilding Anders’ beds, a well-known Swedish furniture manufacturer. Enjoy a walk in the large park Sankt Hans Hills, offering a great view of the city. If the weather is nice, you can see all the way to Denmark. Relax in the hotel’s wellness center, featuring sauna, solarium and a gym.
Ateljé Råbygårdis a farm located just outside of Lund, in the quiet countryside. The old stable house was renovated and serves as a studio for 15 artists working here, dealing primarily with ceramics. You can also find anb organic sourdough bakery, Bröadlabbet, at the hotel. Enjoy your stay in one of the four rooms on the farm, with simple and modern design and displaying works of art. Learn something new and combine your stay with a ceramic or bread baking course.