At Six brings glamour to Stockholm

New hotel is the meeting place for business people and city tourists who focus on comfort and are interested in art and design

Stockholm not only offers magnificent, historic buildings and a vibrant cultural life. In the "Venice of the North" there has also been a new player on the hotel-market since spring 2017: At Six at Brunkebergstorg 6.

Here, you will encounter carefully selected art and elegant design, extravagant lifestyle and exclusive service, at the city's new top address.

Refined elegance
Until recently, Brunkebergstorg was a neglected area. The quiet street a few hundred meters from Stockholm's energetic shopping areas was, at best, interesting for fans of modern architecture.

In the neighborhood you will find the Riksbankhuset and Kulturhuset, built in the 60s and 70s by the famous Swedish architect Peter Celsing. In the 19th century, the former commercial district was the place to be and be seen by the city's jetsetters, so the area has been renamed with the opening of the two innovative hotels At Six and Hobo.

The Lifestyle Hotel Hobo caters for the young creative guests, while the elegant At Six is the new meeting place for business people and city tourists who focus on comfort and are interested in art and design.

- At Six is a new hotel experience in Stockholm - tailormade for the luxury traveler, says Director Jennie Hahmann Håkanson.

- Our motto is refined elegance. Thus we create a hotel that is both an oasis and a scene. At Six has to be the city's new hotspot, she adds.

Art hotel with international reputation
At Six is part of Nordic Hotels & Resorts and is run by Petter Stordalen, who has been dubbed "The Rock Star of the Hotel Industry" by the media.

Former museum director Sune Nordgren is responsible for the hotel's combination of elegant design, international art and Swedish tradition. He has decorated the hotel with works of art of Danish-Icelandic Olafur Eliasson, English Tacita Dean, Dutch Marijke van Warmerdam and Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa, whose impressive marble sculpture adorns the staircase in the lobby.

- Our hotel guests may be impressed or surprised by our art, but either way they will remember the uniqueness of the hotel - and of course come again, explains Sune Nordgren.

Art meets comfort
The 343 spacious rooms and suites with large panoramic windows are also artistically decorated by the international, London-based Universal Design Studio.

Furniture and lighting by designers such as Barber & Osgerby, Cassina, Areti and Rubn make the rooms a visual pleasure that mixes hard, cold materials like fine marble, black steel and polished granite with a gentler counterpart in the form of precious woods and natural leather.

The restaurant offers a roof top floor with stunning views of the city and Frida Ronges Swedish-Japanese gastronomy. And to top it off: A 2,000 square meter meeting and event area, a wine and a cocktail bar and a bakery.



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