Discreet luxury and comfort
Situated on the lively Sveavägen boulevard in the center of Stockholm, Miss Clara is a trendy hotel that makes no compromises on comfort or service.
Owned by the Nobis Group, the seven-storey Art Nouveau building, built-in 1910 and formerly home to a girls’ school, was redesigned by the famous Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh. Miss Clara takes its name from Clara Strömberg, the school’s first director. Opening in 2015, Miss Clara presents a contemporary, timeless, and warm design. Delicate original features have been preserved such as the curved windows, the high ceilings, and part of the stone and dark parquet floor, along with its old staircase.
Miss Clara counts 92 rooms and suites in a minimalist Scandinavian style. They are monochrome and decorated with white walls, herringbone oak parquet flooring, retro furnishings, custom-made dark curved wooden headboards by Gemla, built-in wardrobes, oversized pegs, soft blankets, thick curtains, and Stockholm photo books. At the end of the bed, you can drape your clothes over the backrest of a chair. A soft window seat invites you to gaze outdoors. The glass-walled bathrooms are lined with Swedish marble and round mirrors, and are furnished with Byredo toiletry products. The atmosphere is all-around serene.
Breakfast is served as a buffet. On the first floor, the brasserie-style restaurant with its leather benches and Lee Broom glass hangers serve Italian cuisine. The Ballerina Room bar features works by the photographic artist Max Moden, Kaare Klint seating and a selection of beautiful books. Outside the hotel, the Giro pizzeria, in collaboration with Da Michele of Naples, serves the best pizzas in the city. The hotel also has a sauna and a small gym.
Staying at Miss Clara hotel is a one-of-a-kind experience.
We love Miss Clara for:
Scandinavian minimalist decoration
Double room from 107 € per night during low season.
Extra charges for breakfast.