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Despite being housed in two historic 19th Century buildings in Norrmalmstorg, Nobis Hotel remains thoroughly modern.
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World renowned architect and design trio Claesson Koivisto Rune have transformed the Nobis into a modern yet luxurious hotel. The 201 rooms are designed to be warm and calming yet functional, with muted colours and minimalist furniture. They are decked out with the latest technologies such as wi-fi and plasma screen televisions.
Caina is the hotel's primary restaurant, serving rustic Italian food with a modern flair. Bars include the 24/7 Bistro - which as the name suggests is open 24 hours, seven days a week - and The Gold Bar, which has walls covered in golden mirrors.
The location of Nobis is unbeatable. In the heart of the city, Norrmalmstorg is the most central and prestigious square in downtown Stockholm, and a mere five minute walk from many of the city's famed attractions and shopping districts. The concierge at Nobis is always on hand to help with any arrangements, whether it be a boat ride or a table at a trendy new nightclub. There is also a sauna and fitness centre at the hotel.
Why we love it
The exterior may look old-fashioned, but Nobis Hotel is up to speed with the mod-est of cons, including the ability for guests to check in on their mobile phones.
Victoria, Original Traveller