Nov192017

Clarion Hotel Sign Stockholm 10,000 points reward nights

Clarion Hotel Sign Stockholm is a good location only five minutes walk to Stockholm’s main train and bus station for the traveler desiring easy access to and from Stockholm area airports. I have stayed at the hotel several times in the past 18 months during transit stops through Stockholm.

Clarion Hotel Sign  Clarion Hotel Sign dusk

Best of all, Clarion Hotel Sign is only 10,000 Choice Privileges points per reward night. Given typical rates at this hotel are $140, even in winter, and extend to rates like $330 per night, Choice Privileges points hold a lot of value for the traveler visiting Stockholm, Sweden.

A member can buy 10,000 Choice Privileges points for $110 at regular prices, or as low as $42 to $77 during periodic sales throughout the year.

Clarion Hotel Sign $331 Nov29  Clarion Hotel Sign award Nov29

Every stay at this hotel has placed me on the 7th floor of the 8-floor property with a city park square view.

Clarion Sign room  view Stockholm 215am

Courtyard view is not much of a view at all.

Clarion Hotel Sign couryard view

The room is basic Scandinavian minimalist design.

July 2016 room

Clarion Sign evening light  Clarion Sign room-1

Clarion Sign room-2  Clarion Sign room-3

Clarion Sign room-4

January 2017 room

Clarion Sign  Clarion Sign bed

Clarion Sign bathroom  Clarion Sign bath-2

Clarion Sign safe  Clarion Sign frig

Complimentary Breakfast Buffet

In July 2017, Clarion Hotel Sign was in the process of remodeling its restaurant and bar area. We ate breakfast in a large conference room. I will be staying at the hotel again in January 2018 to check out the restaurant/bar updates.

Photos of the old set-up can be found in this article:

Stockholm Clarion Hotel Sign great deal on points, convenient airport train access (July 2016).

My previous article covers much more of the hotel facilities.

The one area of the hotel I did not discover on my July 2016 stay is the 8th floor spa and rooftop outdoor hot tub. The temperature was 30F degrees outside and 35C inside the spa pool when I checked it out in winter 2017.

Clarion Sign pool

Two other Nordic Choice Hotels in Stockholm are priced at 10,000 points per reward night. I have stayed at all three hotels.

Three Stockholm Hotels at 10,000 Choice Privileges points per night

Trip Report Stockholm NYO to Clarion Hotel Sign to Arlanda ARN

Flygbussarna connections to Stockholm’s four airports
Clarion Hotel Stockholm trip report

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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Comments

  1. Im looking for a Stockholm hotel and this article is timely. You did not mention that this particular Choice hotel serves a dinner buffet, though, so is that something that is only done in the Norwegian Choice hotels?

  2. @blucat – Only Clarion Collection brand hotels in Scandinavia. Plain old Clarion in Scandinavia is only breakfast.

    Even in Norway, many of the Clarion Collection hotels rebranded to Ascend Collection and dropped complimentary dinner.

  3. This hotel includes breakfast, but no “light supper meal” is included at this hotel; for that “included” “supper meal”, it’s the brand standard at Nordic Choice’s Clarion Collection hotels, but this hotel is not a Clarion Collection hotel.

    The Clarion Sign hotel is a good deal on points. The front desk check-in area was also re-designed/relocated to elsewhere in the lobby this summer. It used to be located next to the elevators and the bar, which was to the right on entering the main door; now it’s located to the left when entering the main door of the hotel.

    The one bad thing about this hotel: elevator wait times to go up to your room can be bad when the hotel is packed. But everything else about it has this hotel as one of my key award redemptions in the hotel program world.

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