Stockholm’s latest exciting architectural project (think CKR design!) is about to be completed!
Nobis Hotel will open its doors on December 1, 2010 in Stockholm! Located at Norrmalmstorg square, Nobis Hotel is a brilliant combination of modernity and traditional features.
The landmark buildings built in the 19th century were revamped by architect agency Claesson Koivisto Rune. The famous and brilliant trio created a modern, contrasting interior design using Stockholm’s moods and colors as a subtle source of inspiration.
Nobis Hotel will have 201 rooms in various sizes, ranging from small single rooms to the luxurious four-room Nobs suite.
“The atmosphere created by the interior design and furnishings is calm, relaxing and sophisticated, without gimmicks or tricks, but with a few obvious and also not so obvious nice surprises” – Mårten Claesson, architect and designer, Claesson Koivisto Rune
Star chef Stefano Catenacci of Operakällaren appointed Purveyor to His Majesty the King of Sweden, is preparing the new restaurant concept together with his team.
Nobis’ mission is to offer outstanding personal service and unique experiences in gastronomy, accommodation and atmosphere.
“Our ambition is to create a hotel that defines the sense of luxury that is modern, elegant and extremely comfortable, but also warm, decent and morally sustainable,” says Alessandro Catenacci, owner and CEO of Nobis, the hospitality group behind renowned Stockholm restaurants Operakällaren and Stallmästaregården, among others.
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Photos: Nobis Hotel
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