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      Hotel Skeppsholmen

      Rooms 77   Architecture Erséus Arkitekter   Interior Design Claesson Koivisto Rune
      The Original Alessandro Catenacci

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      Erséus Arkitekter
      Design Claesson Koivisto Rune
      The Original Alessandro Catenacci
      —Celebrate Stockholm in a centuries-old former Royal Marine barracks, carefully updated with soft colors and tasteful, modernist luxury.

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      On a small, vibrant island in the city center of Stockholm, Hotel Skeppsholmen has its home in two long buildings that were built in 1699 to house Sweden's Royal Marines. Casually luxurious, ultra-modern, and historically protected, the hotel gives its visitors a taste of the old, a twist of the new, and a whole lot of charm. The historic landmark is paired with the very best of contemporary Swedish cuisine, art, design, fashion, and music, partnering with iconic brands such as Acne and Byredo. Ideal for both the active and the culturally curious guest, the quaint yellow building is next door to the renowned Swedish Museum of Modern Art and the fascinating Swedish Museum of Architecture. The area's gorgeous antique ships and waterfront restaurants are also within walking distance.

      Nearest Airport
      ARN - Stockholm Airport
      Food & Drink
      Spa & Recreation
      Boating, Fishing, Jogging Track, Tennis Courts, Swimming in the Sea
      Conference & Meetings
      2 meeting rooms
      Complimentary WiFi
      Breakfast, Concierge, Late Check-out, Parking

      Rooms & Suites

      Fittingly, the artistic theme chosen by multidisciplinary design and architecture firm Claesson Koivisto Rune for this Stockholm island hotel’s rooms and suites and its facilities is “fog.” The word aptly describes the interior’s soft color scheme, enchanting maritime surroundings, and peaceful atmosphere, which naturally lends itself to contemplation. Since Skeppsholmen is housed in an historic 1700s building, the rooms are an inspirational mix of high ceilings and sumptuous spaces with stylish modern interiors. Some of the suites reference the Swedish hotel’s waterside abode with names such as The Captain’s Suite, The Admiral’s Suite, and The Officer’s Suite. Cozy bathrooms come with singular Boffi basins and showers with integrated lighting. Surrounded by white light and solid colors, many guests report Skeppsholmen’s calming effect upon their senses.

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      Claesson Koivisto Rune

      Celebrated and award-winning designer and architect trio Claesson Koivisto Rune were the first Swedish architects ever to be exhibited in the international section of the Venice Architecture Biennale (2004). Among their commissions are houses such as the Sfera building in Kyoto and interiors that include the Operakällaren gourmet restaurant in Stockholm. For Hotel Skeppsholmen the bar was high as Swedish natives view the islet location as an urban oasis in the middle of their capital. The result of their efforts was both welcome and sublime, with many guests reporting that the stoic- and regal-looking hotel has a calming affects upon their senses.


      Salute to Style

      Designer/architect team Claesson Kovisito Rune fittingly chose ‘fog’ as the hotel's artistic theme, evoking the mist of the enchanting maritime surroundings with its soft color scheme and peaceful atmosphere 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.


      Alessandro Catenacci

      Alessandro Catenacci is the driving force behind many of Stockholm’s top restaurants, nightclubs, and hotels. His Italian name may reveal his Roman origins, but a distinctly Scandinavian sense of luxury is obvious in everything Catenacci does. Most of all he hopes to offer guests places where they can feel as comfortable and humbly self-assured as he is. “I sometimes look at myself in the mirror and think, ‘Am I really good at anything, or was it just luck’?”

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