Hotels and Accommodation in Stockholm

The 11th International Conference on Research in Advertising will take place at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). SSE offers a central location with several hotel options within walking distance.
We recommend staying at one of three hotels located approximately 200 meters from the school (less than 2 minutes by foot): Hotel Hellsten, Hotel Rex and Rex Petit. The three hotels are situated next to each other in the city center and offer you three different levels of accommodation. Clarion Sign is also a good alternative for persons who prefer a larger hotel. Please note that accommodations are booked directly through the hotel.

Hotel Hellsten/Hotel Rex/Rex Petit

Reservations for the three hotels are through e-mail or phone +46 8 661 86 00. Please state booking code (see below) when making your reservation. All rooms at the three hotels are pre-booked for ICORIA delegates and thus you will not find rooms through any booking websites. Please check their respective site for images and more information.
Hotels in Stockholm

Hotel Hellsten
Hotel Hellsten (four stars) is a cosmopolitan hotel with a welcoming atmosphere. For June, 28-30 the following rates are offered to ICORIA delegates:
– Single: 890 SEK/night (appr. €95)
– Double: from 1190 SEK/night (appr. €130)
– Booking code: 462700

Hotel Rex
Hotel Rex (three stars) is a unique and homely boutique hotel. For June, 28-30 the following rates are offered to ICORIA delegates:
– Single: 790 SEK/night (appr. €85)
– Double: 1090 SEK/night (appr. €120)
– Booking code: 462701

Rex Petit
Rex Petit (two stars) is a budget hotel with all the conveniences for the modern traveler.
– Double: from 595 SEK/night (appr. €65)
– Booking code: 462702

Clarion Sign
Clarion Sign is the largest hotel in Stockholm with a central location in the heart of Stockholm city adjacent to the Central Station. Clarion Sign is located only 1.2 kilometers from the school (appr. 15 minutes by foot). Rooms are available from 1600 SEK/night and up (appr. €170).

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