The lobby is large and spacious, with cluster seating areas and the restaurant adjacent.
A modern glass building designed by one of Sweden's leading architects.
Rooms have all being carefully designed in a modern Scandinavian style and feature clean lines and a classic, modern decor. Each floor has been dedicated to a different Scandinavian designer, with rooms featuring well-known pieces such as Paul Volther's Corona chair or Bruno Mathsson's Jetson chair.
Breakfast is served in a large, open area behind the reception desk and features a large buffet. The dining highlight of the hotel, or perhaps even the city, has to be Marcus Samuelsson's Aquavit Grill and Raw Bar. First opened in New York, and now in Stockholm, the menu features a mix of steak and seafood and bookings are recommended.