Originally Posted by LadyFinn
Only 660 rooms of the over 1400 rooms have windows. And these rooms are mentioned at the website of The Royal Palaces.
"The palace has more than 600 rooms divided between eleven floors with a state apartment facing the city and smaller living rooms facing the inner courtyard."
The Royal Palace - Kungliga slotten
You beat me to it LF. In Sweden a space without windows aren't allowed to be called a room.
There is the Grand Guest Apartment for prominent guests such as visiting heads of state in the western row of the palace where the scaffolding from the facade restoration was removed only a few days ago. I know that LadyFinn posted about the restoration on the forums. The guest apartment has three bed rooms. There are also other smaller guest suites in the palace. I've for instance read that Queen Margrethe always uses the Small Guest Apartment situated on the palace's mezzanine floor on the far northern side of the western row during her many visits to Stockholm. The same goes for Princess Birgitta when she doesn't stay at Hotel Diplomat.
According to Margareta Thorgren, for State visits, guests are offered to stay at the Royal Palace, but it's often a matter of the size of the visiting delegation.. The Spanish delegation was huge. Something that springs to mind is Queen Margrethe saying that visitors from republics often found the royal palaces uncomfortable, but that royals are used to old, drafty houses.
The Grand Guest Apartment is also famously haunted. Queen Juliana once demanded to be moved after having spent one night there because of the ghosts and Crown Princess Victoria once told author Herman Lindqvist how they had kept King Hussein and Queen Rania awake during their stay.
For those interested in reading about the facade restoration of the Royal palace the National Property Board has an excellent project page https://www.sfv.se/fastigheter/byggp...otts-fasader/#