Oct 25, 2017 | By Emily Cater
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Stockholm’s style set is already abuzz with anticipation regarding the December 1st opening of the stately Nobis Hotel on Norrmalmstorg square. The interiors of the 19th century landmark buildings were designed by the acclaimed architectural agency Claesson Koivisto Rune, who created a modern space, using Stockholm’s moods and colors as a subtle source of inspiration.
The hotel consists of 201 rooms in various sizes, ranging from small single rooms to the ultra luxurious, four-room Nobis suite.
The room design features all-natural materials that will age beautifully, such as wool, wood, stone, leather and glass. The bathrooms add an extra dose of luxury with their Carrara marble tiles.
The property also offers over 800 square meters of public areas including bars, restaurants and lounges.
Star chef Stefano Catenacci of Operakällaren, appointed Purveyor to His Majesty the King of Sweden,
has prepared the new restaurant concept together with his team. The menus will be compact and exquisite, based on high-quality, seasonal ingredients.
Norrmalmstorg 2-4 111 46 /46 (0)8 614 1000
Photos: Courtesy of Nobis Hotel
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