This is my second time visiting The Winery a hotel in Stockholm and I’m o happy to be back!

it’s definitely one of my favourite hotels for a staycation in the city — because it’s so unique and you can enjoy all year around.


The hotel is following all restrictions and recommendations, you will feel safe. Staff are taking all the care to make you feel comfortable and the place is very clean.

We had a busy week and our plan was to have a good dinner, sleep well and chill. There is a gym, wine celery (you can book a wine tasting, rooftop pool, a small shop, the restaurant & a cool lounge to enjoy. So even if you want to upgrade your home office, this might be a good option too.


I also highly recommend the restaurant Winery Kitchen, really good food! If you need extra inspiration go for the charcuterie & seafood pasta (these two are my favourites!) — don’t forget to match your food with their wine because well, you’re at a winery hotel afterwards. :) Love their Terreno wine!

To check more about the hotel:

https://www.thewineryhotel.se

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Here’s a few pictures from our stay:




Read here to find the best semlor (lenten buns) in Stockholm. I just love January and February in Sweden, because it's the snow + semla season. Tell me what's cozier than eat pastries while snow is falling outside? Well, this year we might have some adaptations BUT restaurants and bakeries are still open and you can either sit inside (following social distancing) or take it home (and why not during an outdoor fika?).


Fettisdagen (Fat Tuesday) is the Swedish name for the Tuesday after the Quinquagesima and the day between Shrove Monday and Ash Wednesday. Because it is the last day before the Lenten fast, a tradition has developed of eating buns, called "fastlagsbullar", "fettisdagsbullar" (Fat Tuesday Buns) or "semla". Research says that Sweden eats an estimated six million semlor on Fettisdagen each year. So here's is my absolutely favourite places to buy a semla in town:



Top 1 - Lillebrors Bageri



Address: Rörstrandsgatan 12, 113 40 Stockholm

Believe me if I could eat one semla a day I would definitely eat Lillebros semla, it's my top one in the city (and believe half of the population in Stockholm agrees, you will figure it out while standing in line), there is always a line there, don't matter which time of the day. It's worth it, line goes fast as there is no places to sit inside the bakery, so it's just order and go. Please do not miss this one, it's famous for a reason.


2 - Sebastien på Söder



Address: Medborgarplatsen 3, 118 26 Stockholm

Inside Söderhallarna in Medis. A must eat as well, it's really really good! They bake the whole day, make sure to eat there too!


3- Vete-katten



You can find Vete-katten in different parts of the city, but my favourite place is at Kungsgatan 55.


4- Fabrique

Also different parts of the city, I like not only their samla but their buns are also really good.


5- Thelins


Again, you can find Thelins in different parts. My to-go is either the Thelins Grand Kafe in Kungsträdgården or Thelins Fridhemsplan.


Do you have a favourite Semla place in Stockholm?

Comment below and I would love to try it out.


With love,

Lulu.

It's almost spring and I can't wait to fill up my wardrobe with new pieces!

So I just managed a new discount at Chiquelle for you. Use code LUANA20 to get 20% off (except sales, beauty and influencer collection).

If you need a little inspo, here are the pieces I ordered this month:



Sunshine Knit Top



Your Forever Dress

Slit And Cuts Rib Dress


So Loved So Soft Knit


Be Cool Knit Skirt


Flare Rib Knit Pants


End Slits Denim Jeans


Happy shopping and hurry up! Code is valid just under March and April!


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