by: Michael Traynor
me, myself & I.
Leaving the hotel- off we go!
Beautiful Scandinavian breakfast.
A comforter built for two.
Down the rabbit hole!
The lounge serves as the hub of the hotel.
The lobby is well appointed with whimsical glowing balls…
One of two beautiful 5-story wrap around
staircases welcomes you in the hotel.
9pm and the Nobis is still covered in sunlight.
Swedish summers don’t stop!
Highs + Lows
Personal down comforters mean no one steals the covers!
A mini bar loaded with colorful Swedish candies will help cure any jetlag from the trip over.
Location is key. Many iconic Swedish stores (NK), restaurants (Östermalms Saluhall) and sights (Gamla Stan) are all within a short walk from the hotel.
The building is steeped in history. The term “Stockholm Syndrome” was coined after a 1970’s bank robbery and hostage situation that took place in the hotel’s southern structure.
Small rooms make tight quarters for more than a party of two…
A design overlay on the sink is more fun than functional. Proceed with caution when brushing your teeth. You will get wet!
- Mini Bar
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
Modern Swedish Luxury.
Swedish delight- a modern Scandinavian spin on a 19th century structure.
Norrmalmstorg. It doesn’t get more central than this.
Ambient & Hip Hop.
- Year Opened
- Designed By
Claesson Koivisto Rune.
No pool; Yes, gym – it's immaculate and the perfect place to work off one too many shots of aquavit.
Yes, there are two. Caina offers a fantastic selection of regional Italian fare, recreating the atmosphere of its famed Stockholm namesake in the hotel’s lobby. The Bistro provides guests with more casual Italian options. The beautiful street-side terrace is perfect for cocktails & people watching in Norrmalmstorg Square.
Yes, Gold Bar and it's dripping in mirrors.
In the Area
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The mecca of Swedish shopping
Stadsgårdshamnen 22, 116 45 Stockholm, Sweden
Sweden’s world class contemporary photography museum is a must. Check out the café on the third floor for an incredible view of Stockholm’s harbor
111 34, Sveavägen 44, 111 34 Stockholm, Sweden
Is a charming grocery-restaurant hybrid in SoFo. Perfect for brunch!
Hotel Location: Norrmalmstorg 2-4, 111 86 Stockholm, Sweden