At Six

At Six: Hotel in Stockholm

At Six is more than just a hotel. It aims to give Stockholm something completely new: a top-class experience in art, design and service.



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Stockholm’s new luxury and lifestyle hotel

The At Six hotel is located on the Brunkebergstorg square in the heart of the Swedish capital.

Originally the building was a former bank headquarters, built in the 1970s in a brutalist style. The building, which had been abandoned for some time, was bought by Petter Stordalen from the Nordic Hotels & Resorts group, who transformed it into a luxury and lifestyle hotel in collaboration with Universal Design Studio.

Opened in March 2017, At Six houses an ambitious collection of contemporary art across ten floors. The grand lobby staircase features a 2.5-meter high marble statue by Catalan artist Jaume Plensa. The interior of the hotel is monochrome, with various shades of gray, materials and textures. The atmosphere is dark and yet warm.

The hotel has 343 rooms including 38 suites. The rooms are elegant and spacious, with oak parquet flooring, high-end bedding, marble desks, and custom-made furniture and lighting by Scandinavian designers. On the top floor you will find the Masterpiece suite with its private rooftop with 270° views over Stockholm. The bathrooms are designed in marble and are equipped with Swedish organic toiletries C/O Gerd.

Breakfast is served as a buffet with Swedish products. The Dining Room restaurant with its open kitchen offers a local and seasonal menu. On the first floor, Blanche & Hierta is the hotel’s terrace café, wine bar, and delicatessen. SUS, the hotel’s rooftop is a large space dedicated to events. There is also the Listening Lounge, a dedicated music lounge, a spa, and a fitness room.

At Six is a hotel for discerning travelers who love refined elegance.

We love At Six for:

Design
Top of the line
Decoration
Collection of works of art
Rooftop
Lifestyle

Budget

Double room from 160 € per night during low season.
Breakfast included.

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Images Courtesy At Six hotel, Andy Liffner, Andrew Meredith

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