The Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm, originally launched in 1912 for the Olympics, is undergoing a significant refurbishment, transforming it into Stockholm’s leading lifestyle hotel.
Scandinavian stylish design meets rich history at the iconic hotel, famously frequented by Swedish actors Greta Garbo and Ingrid Bergman, who favoured the Sea Salon Suite with views of the Royal Dramatic Theatre.
All 170 guest rooms and suites, meeting spaces, lobby, restaurant and bars at the hotel are being renewed by acclaimed architectural agency Wingårdhs enhancing the guest experience and creating the contemporary lifestyle hotel, due to be completed spring next year.
Most phases of the beautiful renewal are already complete, and the hotel has undergone a substantial transformation, with only the final guest rooms left to finish.
“We are delighted to welcome guests to the newly refreshed stylish interiors of Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm, where our personalised guest services and excellent local knowledge awaits, allowing guests to experience a true taste of Stockholm as seen only by locals, and creating memorable moments for all,” said Eva Kalling-Hansson, general manager at the hotel.
Guests can already enjoy the new hotspot, ‘The Strand’ restaurant, the stylish meeting area, ‘Strand Gatherings’, the transformed lobby and the first new and iconic guest rooms, all designed by Wingårdhs.
There are 170 rooms and suites to choose from at Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm, boasting elegant Scandinavian design and convenient amenities, such as free high-speed, wireless Internet and 24-hour room service.
The Tower suite, located on the top floor, benefits from a private roof terrace and sweeping panoramic views of Stockholm.
Just a short walk from attractions such as Djurgården, The Modern Museum, Nordiska Kompaniet Department Store and Stureplan, the hotel provides easy access to shopping, nightlife and cultural experiences.