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The hotel’s interiors ooze history, yet they still have the crisp look typical of the renowned Swedish architectural firm Claesson Koivisto Rune, whose understated, yet always luxurious Scandinavian aesthetic shines through. A cathedral-like lounge with 25-meter ceilings is situated in a vast 800-square-meter public space. The smaller Gold Bar sumptuously exemplifies its name with walls and ceilings covered with golden mirrors. Several restaurants include the new version of Stockholm’s legendary Italian restaurant Caina, which now serves a menu of simple and delectable Italian cuisine by award-winning chef, and the owner’s brother, Stefano Catenacci. Service is always personal; guestrooms were designed to feel like rooms in an elegant home, put together over time and not merely assembled. Tying it all together is a sense of individuality and a uniquely Swedish brand of luxury that’s far less about show than it is about feel. “We feel strongly in Sweden that luxury is not always big spaces and the most expensive things,” says Sandro Catenacci. “It’s a quality that feels different.”
Housed in two strikingly refurbished historical buildings on Stockholm's finest square, Nobis Hotel combines tradition with a contemporary Scandinavian aesthetic. The result is an understated luxury that welcomes visitors and locals alike.
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