On a small, vibrant island of Skeppsholmen, attached by bridge to Stockholm’s city centre and just a short walk away from the old town and city centre, Hotel Skeppsholmen resides in two long buildings that date back to 1699, when the “Long Row” was built to house Sweden’s Royal Marines. Casually luxurious, ultramodern and historically protected, this pared-down property gives visitors to Stockholm a taste of the old, a twist of the new, and a whole lot of charm. Ideal for both the active and culturally curious guest, the quaint yellow building is next door to the renowned Museum of Modern Art, the fascinating Swedish Museum of Architecture, and the extensive Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, as well as within walking distance of the area’s gorgeous antique ships and waterfront restaurants.
While on vacation, photo agency owner Susanne (Eva Dahlbeck) hopes to rendezvous with her married lover. The man’s wife puts the kibosh on this, whereupon Susanne enters into an affair with diplomat Sönderby (Gunnar Bjornstrand). This liaison ends unhappily, leaving her sadder and wiser at vacation’s end. —allmovie guide
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