The 5 hippest design hotels in Stockholm

1) Miss Clara by Nobis

This boutique hotel was named after Clara Strömberg, the head teacher of a girl’s school in this building 100 years ago. Despite its long history, the hotel has a young, stylish vibe and the architect, Gert Wingårdh, delicately blended the original art nouveau details with timeless materials and modern design icons.

hotel room in Miss Clara

2) Blique by Nobis

At Blique, design takes centre stage. Architect Gert Wingårdh has transformed this iconic former warehouse into a modern hotel, with its harmonious fusion of old-world industrial grandeur and innovative Scandinavian minimalism. The Blique has become one of Stockholm’s creative hubs, with its art collabs, multiple restaurants and generous spaces.

Entrance of hotel Blique by Nobis

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3) Hotel Skeppsholmen

Hotel Skeppsholmen is a lovely, tranquil oasis in the heart of the city. It was originally built in the late 1600s but has since been transformed into a modern hotel, blending historic charm with stylish sophistication in a serene retreat.

Entrance of Hotel Skeppsholmen

Gröna gången 1, Skeppsholmen

+46 (0)8 407 23 00


4) At Six

Contemporary art, design and architecture – does this sound like an intriguing combination? The luxurious At Six hotel, which opened in 2017, strives to be a desirable destination. The ten floors were elegantly decorated by the London-based Universal Design Studio and are filled with original artwork.

interior and view of a room at At Six hotel Stockholm

Brunkebergstorg 6, Norrmalm

+46 (0)8 578 828 00


5) Hobo

Over time, Brunkebergstorg transformed from the place to be for the capital’s cafe society to a rundown square. It has received an upgrade, largely thanks to the new At Six and Hobo hotels. The latter has a hip, urban design by the Berlin-based architect Werner Aisslinger and the impeccable service and laidback atmosphere make this a very popular place.

Hobo hotel lobby

Brunkebergstorg 4, Norrmalm

+46 (0)8 578 827 00


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