Belle epoche for a young audience. The little sister of Grand Hotel defines itself by the style of its contemporary focus group, without compromising on luxury. While it was once the red room at Hotel August Strindberg that inspired a roman by the same name, today it is Phillipe Starch and Terence Conran who have their say and a lot of marble. It pays off. While the adults lodge at Grand Hotel, the sons and daughters hang out in the lounge at Berns Hotel. But families of the upper class don't always have to go their separate ways - your stay at Berns also includes the use of the Spa at Grand Hotel. Double rooms from ?307.
Fans of Swedish cinema will feel at home in this hotel, a former cinema, which still boasts a distinct popcorn atmosphere. While the entrance has hardly changed over the years, the inside promises a surprise, the hotel has been extensively renovated and modernised. Goodies include Playstations as part of the room equipment. The rooms are themed with Swedish cinema classics, there is a bakery in the hotel and of course a cinema. Director of this masterpiece is Benny Anderson, a member of ABBA and hotel owner since 2002. However, don't worry, you won't have to put up with constant sound bites - the man of the house is rarely around! Double rooms from ?166.