New Hotel to Open in Stockholm

Design Hotels is making final preparation for the opening of it newest member in Stockholm: Nobis Hotel. Designed by Scandinavian architecture and interior design firm Claesson Koivisto Rune, the five-star property is located on Norrmalmstorg square in the heart of Stockholm’s business and shopping district.

We hear that the 201-room hotel will have plenty of public spaces, including the Italian restaurant Caina, 24/7 Bistro, The Gold Bar and The Lounge. The hotel is housed in two buildings from the late 19th century. Interiors blend modern Scandinavian design with 19th century details. Nice touch: In creating the hotel, Claesson Koivisto Rune was inspired by the winter colors of Stockholm.

The rooms and suites are primarily designed with natural materials that become more beautiful as they age, such as wool, wood, stone, leather and glass. High ceilings in all the rooms create a sense of space and light. Each room has up to five light sources so that guests can change the lighting according to their mood. The lamps are made by designers like David Chipperfield and Ilse Crawford.

Good to know: Nobis Hotel will be certified with the Nordic Swan Ecolabel, the official eco-certification of the Nordic countries. Therefore, the hotel will use local products with carefully selected natural materials as well as the most environmentally sound solutions for heating, air conditioning, climate control, laundry, waste processing and transportation.

For more information, visit www.nobishotel.se.

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