49 rooms including 7 suites
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The first inn in Stockholm, Stallmästaregården, played host to Queen Kristina of Sweden in the mid-1600s. And since then, the well-to-do residents of Sweden’s island-dotted capital have continued to make it their own. Today, owner and Nobis Group CEO Alessandro Catenacci has expertly added to the original hotel building, recreating the cluster of rustic structures from the 1700s. Its peaceful and idyllic setting overlooks tree-fringed bay of Brunnsviken in the Royal National City Park and is just a walk from Stockholm’s city center. Close by are Vasastan’s neo-Renaissance style buildings, which house art galleries, cafés and inventive Swedish design emporiums. The rooms at Stallmästaregården are painted in pastel shades of yellow and blue, with subtle Chinese touches and a nod to the clean lines and floral fabrics of 18th century Swedish décor. In the main restaurant, diners can watch as chefs prepare classic Swedish dishes in an open kitchen with charcoal grill, rotisserie and smokehouse. Whatever the event there is a space at the hotel to suit, from the vast old courthouse’s banqueting room, with its drooping chandeliers and mural paintings, to the intimate Queen Kristina’s Pavilion – a garden-wrapped gazebo overlooking the bay, which seats just six guests. No doubt at all, Queen Kristina would approve.
For a peaceful and idyllic getaway overlooking tree-fringed Brunnsviken Bay, or for unusual meeting and banqueting rooms bursting with history, Stallmästaregården is a choice that’s fit for royalty.
Stallmästaregården is situated in the Royal Park of Haga, at the shore of the beautiful Brunnsviken Bay. When staying at the hotel, you can enjoy the lovely English park with its famous Butterfly House and the Eco Temple, a perfect area for walks or just hanging out. The city centre of Stockholm is just minutes away, closest to Stallmästaregården is the boho-chic Vasastan area with a multitude of cafés, bars, restaurants, shops, art galleries and nice sights.