Miss Clara: New Design Hotel in Stockholm open

Design Hotel Miss Clara Stockholm

Design Hotel Miss Clara Stockholm

Design Hotels announces the opening of Miss Clara, a luxury boutique hotel in one of Stockholm’s most treasured Art Nouveau buildings

Built in 1910, the former Ateneum school for girls has been transformed by the ever-enterprising Nobis Group into a sleek Scandinavian bolthole among the tech start-ups and creative types of the evolving City district. Taking its name from Clara Strömberg, the beloved first headmistress of the one-time girl’s school, Miss Clara is an old soul with a contemporary heart.

A Window to the City
High ceilings, expansive windows and an original spiral staircase hark back to the building’s Art Nouveau past while a gentle restoration has eased the iconic schoolhouse and its 92 rooms, two suites and two etage suites, into the modern day. Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh paid special attention to the original traits of the building, following a unique concept of an outward facing property, where the windows are treated as ‘center stage’. Located at one of the most up and coming addresses in Stockholm, gracefully arched windows overlook the buzzing Sveavägen Boulevard, while the easy and uncomplicated nature of the rooms absorbs the bustle below.

At street level, a vibrant restaurant and bar thrive on the cosmopolitan pulse of the Stockholm City district, welcoming visitors and savvy locals alike. Master Chef Daniel Guest from Nobis’ flagship dining room Operakällaren oversees the 80-seat restaurant, with updated takes on international and Swedish classics. Seamlessly connected to the lounge and lobby, the Miss Clara bar offers guests an intimate atmosphere – with stone floors and the use of Swedish limestone and leather contrasting the soft organic lines of the space. With versatility in mind, all three areas can be shaped to suit any need: informal gatherings, business meetings, simple relaxation or private dining in the Chambre Separee. Conversely, the gym, sauna and relaxation lounge on the lower floor of the property, take care of any restorative need, providing a calming oasis within the City’s buzz.

Location
Running through the heart of Stockholm, from north to south, Sveavägen is the capital’s most cosmopolitan boulevard. Located just north of where Sveavägen intersects with Kungsgatan Avenue, the hotel is based in the center of one of the most expansive focal points in the evolution of a new and more charismatic Stockholm City district. This bustling locale serves business travelers well – conveniently located for both Stockholm Central and Ostra train stations – while leisure travelers are well-placed for the Royal Palace, Storkyrkan Cathedral and the Nobel Museum.

Further information & booking
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