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Sveavägen 48, 111 34, Stockholm, , Sweden | +46 8 440 67 00

price range

$$ ($251 to $350/night)

amenities

Free WiFi, Fitness center

features

Great design, Modern style
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Sweden’s most famous architect, Gert Wingårdh, was enlisted to turn this former girls' school into a 92-room business-and-leisure hotel, located on one of the busiest streets in town. Part of the Nobis group, the building dates back to 1910, and the refit retained many jugendstil (the Nordic take on Art Nouveau) details. Bedrooms feel like very comfortable monks’ quarters, with plain white walls, parquet floors, and dark-wood furniture. However, there’s nothing monastic about the public spaces that locals flock to for a post-work drink.

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Sweden’s most famous architect, Gert Wingårdh, was enlisted to turn this former girls' school into a 92-room business-and-leisure hotel, located on one of the busiest streets in town. Part of the Nobis group, the building dates back to 1910, and the refit retained many jugendstil (the Nordic take on Art Nouveau) details. Bedrooms feel like very comfortable monks’ quarters, with plain white walls, parquet floors, and dark-wood furniture. However, there’s nothing monastic about the public spaces that locals flock to for a post-work drink.