Hotel near Ericsson Globe

Best deals for accommodation in Stockholm Sweden for the annual Eurovision song contest or Euro Songfestival. Stay in hotels, apartments, hostels or bed and breakfasts.

Eurovision Song Contest

Stockholm Sweden

Semi Final 10th - 12th May 2016

Final 14th of May 2016

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Country : Sweden

Location : Ericsson Globe

Dates : May 2016

Latest winner : Mans Zelmerlow with the song "Heroes"

European Eurosong Winners last 10 years 2005 - 2015

Stockholm Accommodation near Eurovision Song Contest

Eurovision Song Contest

Stockholm Sweden accommodations. We can offer you the cheapest hotel rates for accommodations, venue of the 61th annual Eurovision song contest or songfestival.

Eurovision Song Festival is an annual singing competition. The contest has been broadcast every year since its inauguration in 1956 and is one of the longest-running television programmes in the world.

Eurovision Song Contest - Stockholm Sweden - May 2016

There is a large choice of accommodation situated close to the venue in Sweden, which is the venue of the 61th annual Eurovision Song Contest. Many hotels can be found a short distance away from the Ericsson Globe national indoor arena.

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Euro Song Festival 2016 - Ericsson Globe Arena in Sweden

Euro Song Festival 2016 -- the 61th annual European songfestival will be held at the Ericsson indoor arena, which is located in the Johanneshov district in Stockholm Sweden.

The Semi-Finals will take place on Tuesday 10th and Thursday 12th of May, the Grand Final is scheduled for Saturday, the 14th of May 2016.

List of Eurovision Song Contest Winners from Sweden

  • 1974 -- ABBA with the song "Waterloo"
  • 1984 -- Herreys with the song "Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley"
  • 1991 -- Carola with the song "Fangad av en stormvind"
  • 1999 -- Charlotte Nilsson with the song "Take Me To Your Heaven"
  • 2012 -- Loreen with the song "Euphoria"
  • 2015 -- Mans Zelmerlow with the song "Heroes"

Ericsson Globe Arena -- is a large complex used for cultural and entertainment activities.

The venue has a seating capacity of 16,000 spectators.

Address -- Globentorget 2, 121 27 Stockholm, Sweden

website : www.globearenas.se

How to get to the Ericsson Globe by Public Transportation ?

Subway or metro : from T-Centralen metro station in the city centre, the Green subway line number 19 and 29 for Hagsätra and Högdalen gets you here in only a couple of minutes. Get off at Globen subway station.

Another option is to take metro line number 17 for Skarpnäck or number 18 for Farsta Strand and get off at Gullmarsplan. From there you find Stockholm Globe Arenas in only a few minutes walk.

Other metro stations within walking distance (1km) include Skärmarbrink, Blasut, Sandsborg and Enskede Gard.

By Tram : The tram stopping at both Globen and Gullmarsplan is a convenient alternative, especially if you arrive in Stockholm by commuter train. The change from train to tram can be made at the Arstaberg train station.

By Bus : Take a city bus to Gullmarsplan, which is only a five-minute walk from the arena.

Nearest Airports

The nearest airport from the Ericsson Globe is Bromma Airport, aprox. 10km away.

Stockholm's main international airport is called Arlanda, the largest airport one in Sweden. From Arlanda, take the Arlanda Express speed train to Stockholm central station. The train departures five times every hour and the trip takes about 20 minutes. At Stockholm central station, you can choose between taking the metro or taxi to get to the Ericsson Globe Arena.

Other airports are Vasteras and Skavsta.

Plenty of city centre hotels can be found close to both the central train station, metro station and Ericsson Globe arena.