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Stockholm Design Week

Staying for the Extraordinary

Hotels selected by Stockholm Design Week. Editor: Camilla Julner

At Six
Brunkebergstorg 6

Contemporary luxury hotel  with 343 rooms and suites at Brunkebergstorg with modern elegance, beautiful art and an attractive, cosmopolitan restaurant as well as three bars. There is also a wellness center with a gym. At Six has received several international design awards over a short period of time. The art has taken on a leading role both IRL and with a VR gallery selected by art curator Sune Nordgren.

Bank Hotel
Arsenalsgatan 6

Bank Hotel is the most recent acclaimed addition to Stockholm’s selection of  intimate boutique hotels. This beautiful art nouveau building that once was the home of an old bank has un-dergone a beautiful renovation and houses exciting art that creates a wonderfully luxurious backdrop to the new meeting place for the residents of Stockholm and  other visitors in the restaurant and bar. 

Downtown Camper   
by Scandic
Brunkebergstorg 9

Urban family and companion hotel with an implemented design concept for the urban explorer. Loads of outdoor activities and yoga, movies and origami. Bikes, kayaks, long boards, etc., may be borrowed to discover the city from a new perspective. Gym and pool on the top floor with magical view of the rooftops.

Ett Hem
Sköldungagatan 2

A fantastic small hotel that you won’t want to leave, in a townhouse built in 1910 in a small garden. Personal service and beautiful interior in a home-like environment.  
Interior design by Ilse Crawford and Studio Ilse. Houses both antiquities and good art. Listed in several of the world’s best guides and a member of Small Luxury  Hotels in the World.
Nobis Hotel
Norrmalmstorg 2-4

Contemporary design hotel  decorated with finesse and comfortable elegance by Claesson Koivisto Rune. The large lounge with a built-in courtyard and/or one of the international restaurants NOI and Bino are natural meeting places, or why not  enjoy a cocktail in the Gold  Bar?

Hobo Hotel
Brunkebergstorg 4

Yet another new hotel around Brunkebergstorg and part of Urban Escape, an innovative district located in one of the most central parts of Stockholm.  Young and innovative where urbanism and modernism  intersect with a traveling lifestyle. Hobo’s interior is designed by award-winning Studio Asslinger from Berlin, which has also collaborated with local artists. There is a design store and home-brewed IPA in the bar.

Lydmar Hotel
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 2

Hidden paradise in the middle of the city, next to Nationalmuseum and Grand Hotel. Lydmar Hotel has celebrated ten years at its newer address and was originally the first design hotel in Stockholm. The style is bohemian elegant  with hyper-modern design in Oscarian architecture. The restaurant is decorated with bookshelves filled with art and other interesting books,  and photo exhibitions are displayed in the lobby.
Hotel Skeppsholmen
Gröna Gången 1

The hotel, which is nestled in a historical building from 1699, is set in scenic surroundings on one of the smallest islands within the Stockholm city limits. The closest neighbor is Moderna  Museet and the appealing archipelago nature. Architects Claesson Koivisto Rune created a haven for all senses with  an encompassing Swedish concept that can be found in food, design, music and fashion.  
Story Hotel
Riddargatan 6

Story Hotel was one of the first personal design hotels that set the traveling lifestyle in the forefront. Simplified reservation and key codes online with a prime location in the city. Exciting individual interior with only the most important in focus. Comfortable beds and excellent bathrooms.


Read the article in The Essential Design Guide »

SUMMER DESIGN WEEK, Aug 19-25 2019, in connection to Formex
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