Good Morning Arlanda is right next to Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Ideal for those who have an early morning flight or a late arrival and want a rest before continuing the journey home. We also offer long term parking for our guests – so if you are traveling to the airport by car, you can just leave your car with us while you continue your trip by plane.
We offer both short-term and long-term parking for our hotel guests. Short term parking is included when you stay with us and does not have to be pre-booked. Long term parking is to be booked in advance at an additional cost – find out more here >
Shuttle service between the hotel and Arlanda
We have a shuttle service for our guests that will take you to the airport terminals any time of the day or night, and pick you up when you return. Call us on phone number +46 (0)8-655 01 00
Check-in and check-out
You are welcome to check-in after 3 p.m. on the day of your arrival. Check-out is before 12 o’clock at noon on the day of your departure.
The reception is open 24 hours a day. Welcome if you have any queries or need assistance. You can also borrow an iron, hairdryer, order wake-up service and more.
Food & drink
Our restaurant serves breakfast and dinner. As it is common with early mornings for our guests, we serve breakfast extra early – between 4.00 and 10.00 a.m. on weekdays and between 4.00 and 11.00 a.m. on weekends.
Dinner is served at the hotel – À La Carte and a buffet. If you are hungry outside the restaurant’s opening hours, you are welcome to order a light meal from our snack menu 24 hours a day.
Our bar is open all days of the week as well. You are welcome to relax with a cup of coffee, a glass of wine/beer and cocktails.
Pets are allowed at the hotel for an additional fee. To be booked in advance and subject to availability.
For guests traveling with dogs, there are good walking paths and green areas just outside the hotel.
Good Morning Arlanda is especially popular among dog owners at New Year’s Eve. Since fireworks are strictly forbidden in the Arlanda area, it has become a sanctuary for dogs that are afraid of loud bangs and noises.