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Hotel Skeppsholmen

Hotel Skeppsholem in Stockholm
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  • Food & Drink

    Swedish restaurant

  • Spa & Recreation

    Boating, fishing, jogging track, tennis courts

  • Conference & Meetings

    9 meeting rooms

  • Food & Drink

    Swedish restaurant

  • Spa & Recreation

    Boating, fishing, jogging track, tennis courts

  • Conference & Meetings

    9 meeting rooms

Celebrate Stockholm in a centuries-old former Royal Marine barracks, carefully updated with soft colors and tasteful, modernist luxury.

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Architecture Erséus Arkitekter

Hotel Skeppsholmen View in Stockholm

Architecture Erséus Arkitekter

Housed in two historical barracks from 1699, known by locals as the long row, the hotel maintains its Swedish heritage...

with traditional materials, such as soaped wood and linseed oil-based paint on the timber. Celebrated and award-winning designer and architect trio Claesson Koivisto Rune—who were the first Swedish architects ever to be exhibited in the international section of the Venice Architecture Biennale (2004)—were responsible for the sensitive restoration.

Interior design Claesson Koivisto Rune

The design team fittingly chose “fog” as the artistic theme, evoking the mist of the enchanting maritime surroundings.

The soft color scheme and peaceful atmosphere come together to create an eco-certified urban oasis. That same sense of ethereal grace also holds forth in the hotel’s more ornate and engaging public spaces.

Hotel Skeppsholmen Interior Design

The Originals Alessandro Catenacci

“You can’t standardize feeling, and this is also what we are selling in a restaurant, bar, or hotel.”

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Hotel Skeppsholmen Made By Originals
Hotel Skeppsholmen Theme Box 1

History A taste of the old

The two long buildings that make up the hotel were built in 1699 to house Sweden’s Royal Marines of Karl XII.

Thanks to the lean financial times back then, most of the building material came from ruined castles on the countryside. The buildings, however, were never used for the soldiers as intended, as most of them never made it home from the wars. In 1935, the structures became listed historic buildings; the architect Nicodemus Tessin Jr. is most famous for the design of the Royal Castle.

Original Experiences The Reunion

Location

Location

Europe
Sweden
Stockholm

Hotel Skeppsholmen
Gröna Gången, 1
Stockholm 111 86
Sweden

Facts & Facilities

  • Temperature today

    4°C / 39°F

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