Sigtuna city hotel was built in 1909 in the most beautiful place in Sigtuna city with a view of the inlet of Lake Mälaren. When the hotel was built, the bricks for the building were transported on barges and then pulled with carts from the dock to be completed brick by brick. During the 20th century, Sigtuna city hotel was well visited by Sweden's kings, among other things Gustav V happened because a guest on the balcony above accidentally spilled milk on him.
Sigtuna is thirty minutes from central Stockholm as well as Uppsala and with only 15 minutes' travel time to Arlanda. Sigtuna is located by Lake Mälaren and is one of the first three built cities in what was then Sweden with state rights that stretch back to 980.
In Sigtuna there is also Sweden's first pedestrian street and along it there are picturesque shops, cafes and restaurants.
Sigtuna is particularly suitable for those of you who invite guests from several parts of Sweden or the world to a wedding, as it has good communications and is close to everything.
For those who wish, you can hold your wedding outdoors at the back of the Sigtuna city hotel with a view of Lake Mälaren, there is also a beautiful town hall in Sigtuna and St. Mary's Church, which is the oldest building in Sigtuna that is still in use. St. Mary's Church began to be built already in the middle of the 1230s and was consecrated in the autumn of 1247, although it was not completely finished until 1255.
Near the Sigtuna city hotel, there is also the beautiful Sankt Pers church ruin, which can be used for weddings regardless of whether you want a civil or church wedding.
At the Sigtuna foundation, there is room for a wedding dinner for up to 68 wedding guests on the beautiful glass veranda with a view of the water.
The hotel has 46 beds divided into single, double, deluxe and suite. If overnight accommodation is desired for additional guests, it is possible to supplement with accommodation at a nearby hotel.
Venue: Sigtuna Stadshotell
Coordinator & design : Wed by us
HMUA: By Elin Tingelin
Dress: Calmius Eve
Stationary: Blecktorn Design
Wedding rings: Patrik Hansson Jewellery