Nobis Hotel

Unflappable Style

fromUSD $183*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 4 night stay, from Thu, Dec 22 to Mon, Dec 26. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Stockholm, Sweden

Nobis Hotel

Unflappable Style

What it is

An ultra pampering 201 room retreat with magazine-worthy interiors, a locally-beloved restaurant with seasonally inspired menus, and a sauna and gym—all tucked within 19th century bones.

What it isn't

An eyesore. The spiral staircase and airy, soaring atrium seem tailor-made for Instagram.

What we think

Swedes know how to live. For proof, look no further than lingonberry sauce—and this exquisite hotel, where even the “starter” room category seems ready for a feature in Architectural Digest thanks to design by Claesson Koivisto Rune. Small Single rooms are fitted with Egyptian linen bedding, chocolate-hued wood floors, Carrara marble-lined bathrooms, and toiletries from Byredo (yes, the legendary Swedish brand). Feeling like a splurge? Book the two room Nobis Suite for original late 19th century stucco walls, herringbone blonde wood flooring, and a living room stocked with fresh flowers before your arrival. Whichever you choose, you’ll be treated to luxuries galore, including 24-hour room service availability; unlimited access to the sauna and gym; zippy free WiFi; and a concierge team helmed by a member of Les Clefs d’Or.

You're here because

Breakfast is included in your rate, and it’s as sumptuous as can be. Expect everything from homemade sourdough to overnight oats Gwyneth Paltrow types would appreciate.

The Moment

The Gold Bar lives up to the hype. One sip of your Elevator to the Gallows cocktail—with its rum, green Chartreuse, lemon, passion fruit, and agave—and you’ve not only forgotten your jetlag, but you’re speaking in Swedish. Mer, please.

Restaurants & Bars

Caina - simple, rustic yet modern and elegant Italian fare

Cainas Bakficka - a small and intimate restaurant with only 20 seats for rustic Italian cuisine

The Gold Bar - constantly changing, spectacular cocktails

Location

The fashion-forward Norrmalm district, four blocks from the exquisitely ornate Royal Swedish Opera House, built in 1892.

Norrmalmstorg, 2-4
Stockholm, 111 86
Sweden