It List: The Best New Hotels 2011

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Nobis Hotel, Stockholm

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Despite a color palette seemingly inspired by the Nordic winter (slate gray; stark white; deep brown), the latest hotel in Stockholm’s central square is far from icy. Owners Alessandro and Stefano Catenacci’s pioneering Italian restaurant Caina has been reborn in the Nobis with a menu of seasonal rustic Italian dishes. For an after-hours splurge there’s the glamorous Gold Bar downstairs, or just turn in: mini-bars in all 201 wood-paneled rooms (designed by Swedish starchitect Claesson Koivisto Rune) are stocked with decadent treats such as Taittinger champagne and hemp chocolate. Doubles from $396.

It List: The Best New Hotels 2011

Nobis Hotel, Stockholm

Despite a color palette seemingly inspired by the Nordic winter (slate gray; stark white; deep brown), the latest hotel in Stockholm’s central square is far from icy. Owners Alessandro and Stefano Catenacci’s pioneering Italian restaurant Caina has been reborn in the Nobis with a menu of seasonal rustic Italian dishes. For an after-hours splurge there’s the glamorous Gold Bar downstairs, or just turn in: mini-bars in all 201 wood-paneled rooms (designed by Swedish starchitect Claesson Koivisto Rune) are stocked with decadent treats such as Taittinger champagne and hemp chocolate. Doubles from $396.

Courtesy of Nobis Hotel
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