This new 101-room hotel close to Stureplan opened in 2008. It’s housed in a 19th-century building with décor that fuses the 18th and 21st centuries: classic rooms are furnished in the traditional Swedish Gustavian style while loft rooms are minimalist with polished concrete floors. There are also tiny, low-price windowless cabins intended for businessmen who just want to arrive late, leave early, and don’t care about a city view.
rnThe location is ideal for nightlife, with Stureplan a moment’s walk away, shopping on Birger Jarlsgatan or eating. Both Pontus! and Vassa Eggen (see Restaurants) are almost within spitting distance. After a tiring night out residents can get reduced-price entry to Sturebadet, the city’s most exclusive spa. Should you prefer not to go out, you can always just hang out in the hotel’s champagne bar or Italian restaurant, Per Lei.