The Nobis Hotel's 201 rooms are housed in two 19th century listed buildings located in the prestigious Norrmalmstorg square in the heart of Stockholm. The Nobis Hotel exudes elegance and sophistication much like its surrounding neighbourhood of Östermalm.
The Nobis Hotel is fabulously located in prestigious Norrmalmstorg square in the heart of Stockholm
The Nobis Hotel's décor is a blend of traditional but contemporary design and understated luxury
The hotel's Gold Bar is, as you would expect, lined with golden mirrors that offer a very flattering light and a very trendy place to enjoy one of their fabulous cocktails
Caina, the hotel's restaurant is run by an award-winning chef and serves unpretentious yet absolutely delicious Italian fare
The Nobis Hotel has been transformed by Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune into one of Stockholm's most popular hotels and offers a well-balanced mix of traditional and contemporary design and understated luxury. The impressive lobby has sky-high walls topped with glass domes and houses a huge one tonne crystal chandelier and is a magnificent space to have afternoon tea or a glass of wine.
The hotel's Gold Bar whose walls and ceilings are lined with golden mirrors is incredibly popular with locals and guests alike for its delicious cocktails and unique lighting that together have earned various awards such as Bar Of The Year. The hotel's main restaurant Caina, run by the owner's brother and award-winning chef serves unpretentious yet absolutely delicious Italian fare and they also have a fun and lively Italian Bistro open 24/7.
The rooms and suites are decorated with a muted colour scheme to provide a relaxing yet sophisticated atmosphere. All have huge windows and offer views across the square or over one of the hotel's courtyards. Its location is second to none being on the most prestigious Norrmalmstorg square in downtown Stockholm surrounded by streets lined with designer shops and the city's best attractions. It also happens to be the most valued property location in Swedish Monopoly!
When to visit
Norrmalmstorg square is the place to buy in Swedish monopoly - look out for the red monopoly house is the lobby.
Nobis Hotel is located in the prestigious Norrmalmstorg square in the heart of Stockholm.
British Airways flight form Heathrow to Stockholm Arlanda - 2 hours 30 minutes followed by taxi transfer to the hotel which takes about 45 minutes. Alternatively there is a train from Arlanda to Stockholm Central. Trains depart at 13 and 43 minutes past the hour and the trip to Stockholm Central (Centralen) takes 38 minutes - from here and you can get a taxi to the hotel which is 5 minutes away.
3 hour Seal Safari
Head out to the outer archipelago, to barren landscape where a feeling of untouched wilderness exists. It's a great chance to see seals in their natural habitat. The tour can end with food on some giant rock or in a boat house.
Christmas Markets in Stockholm
From late November until 23 December there are Christmas Markets throughout the city of Stockholm. The largest of these takes place daily in Gamla Stan, the medieval centre of the city just south of the Royal Palace.
Private tour of Stockholm
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Stockholm archipelago boat tour
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Stockholm wild animal safari
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