The venue for the congress will be Stockholm Waterfront Congess Center, SWCC. Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre is a flexible and versatile large-scale venue for meetings, conference and events
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|CIDESCO Make-up & Body Art competition||Kistamässan|
|Welcome party||Kistamässan||Culture Evening||Junibacken||Gala Dinner||Winterviken|
The congresshotell will be: Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm Situated in the heart of the Swedish capital, the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm, is an ideal spot for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel is adjacent to both the Waterfront Congress Center and Central Station, allowing you to access the city and surrounding region with ease. Our 414 sleek rooms and suites await your visit, where excellent amenities and scenic views of both the city and bay area come together to create a unique atmosphere
AMENITIES AND SERVICES FOR EVERYONE Above and beyond the convenient location, our hotel provides guests with a wide array of services and amenities. Fully accessible rooms are available upon request. Enjoy convenient on-site dining with delicious international cuisine at the RBG Bar & Grill, or work up a sweat in the fitness center, featuring state-of-the-art equipment and invigorating natural daylight. If you’re arriving by car, take advantage of the hotel’s indoor parking. Free high-speed wireless Internet is available throughout the hotel. The business center can help you prepare for a conference at the nearby Waterfront Congress Center.
THE NIGHT IN THE CITY CENTER You can find a wide array of shops, boutiques and restaurants within walking distance. Historical sights are also within easy reach. Stockholm’s world-famous Old Town is a 20-minute walk away, where the Royal Palace and picturesque streets and alleyways await. Making your way around town is easy on the Metro; the closest stop is Central Station, just next to the hotel.8 50
LOCATION Our Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm derives its name from its position near Riddarfärden Bay, connecting Lake Mälaren to the Baltic Sea. Its strategic proximity to the city’s Central Station makes traveling around the city by bus, train or metro easy. At the station, you can easily catch a ride to the Arlanda International Airport using the train. You can also enjoy direct access to the Waterfront Congress Center from our hotel. Stockholm Metro service will take you wherever you want to go in the city and its suburbs. Divided into three lines, the red, green and blue, it is a system that is both convenient and easy to navigate. When planning your trip around town you can use the SL trip planner, which covers bus, metro, light rail, rail, tram and ferry schedules.
Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm
Nils Ericsons Plan 4 111 64 Stockholm Sweden Tel: +46 (8) 5050 6000 Fax: +46 (8) 5050 6001 For discounted prices please book on following link here
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The theme for the CIDESCO Make-up & Body Art competition is “Gods and Creatures of the Norse Mythology”
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