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Why we like it
- Stockholm's first contemporary luxury hotel
- Fashionable and popular, the Nobis is the hotel of choice for many discerning travellers
- Ideal central location overlooking Norrmalmstorg Square
- Enjoy a glass of champagne in the stunning gold-mirrored atrium
For a true Swedish experience, venture out on your own to Stockholm's stunning archipelago, the largest archipelago of Sweden and second largest in the Baltic Sea.
My travel consultant, Sarah Brunger, was very polite to talk to over the phone and I felt as though she asked all the right questions. She was very kind and presented me with a number of options to choose from and even after I had made a choice, was very accommodating with the specific changes I was requesting.
- NP, London
The Nobis Hotel has quickly become one of Stockholm's most popular hotels, a place where those 'in the know' choose to stay. It is conveniently located in the heart of Sweden's capital city, close to the King's Garden and grand harbour front. When it comes to exploring, the hotel's concierge will willingly help you out with insider tips, be it help with organising a visit to the Royal Palace or a recommendation for a cosy restaurant in the Old Town.
Occupying two interconnected 19th century buildings overlooking Norrmalmstorg Square, the hotel interiors display a laid-back Scandinavian style, modern and subtle in design. Despite its contemporary appearance and quaint mismatched furniture, the hotel still remains to withhold the building's strong sense of history.
The feel of understated elegance continues into the 201 hotel rooms. Choose from Deluxe, Superior and Standard rooms, or opt for one of the luxurious suites. All rooms feature modern amenities, minibar and views over the courtyard or city. We particularly love the Panorama Suite with its 180 degree city views and VIP entrance to the Café Opera nightclub.
The resident Chef de Cuisine, Isabella Morrone serves up Italian classics at Caina Restaurant while light Mediterranean snacks, such as paninis and Stuzzichinis, can be enjoyed at the Bistro. Following dinner, immerse yourself in the vibrant hub of social activity at Gold Bar, where the resident mixologist serves chic cocktails amid a spectacular setting of mirror-clad walls.
Best time to be there
Best visited during the long summer days from May to September when the midnight sun brings 24 hours of daylight, ideal if you are planning to spend much of your time outdoors.
Despite the very cold winters, there is still a great deal to do and see, from husky sledding to ice hotel stays and, between November and March, the chance to witness the Northern Lights.
Stockholm, Malmo & Gothenburg
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