On the 23rd of March 2017, a new design hotel is opening in Stockholm – Hotel At Six. Located on Brunkebergstorg, it’s believed to become the new “it” hotel.
At Six has some pretty strong names behind it: it’s operated by Nordic Hotels & Resorts together with Yasuragi Hasseludden, Hobo Stockholm and The Thief Oslo, among others. It’s located on Brunkebergstorg, a square that’s been quite dead for years. Once upon a time, in the 1800s, it was a centerpoint of Stockholm, full of life. Under the 1960s the older buildings around the square was torn, and up until today, the square has been dominated by financial institutions. The project Urban Escape Stockholm is hoping to bring the square back to life: they are planning to make the square alive again together with a couple of properties, squares, hotels, restaurants and much more, out of which Hotel At Six will be an important part.
At Six won’t just be any hotel; it’s an art hotel. It will have an art collection filled with works from some of the most famous artists such as Julian Opie and Olafur Eliasson. The 343 rooms at the hotel are all decorated gracefully; they all have a desk in marble and a cabinet for drinks made of brass, together with a special designed sofa by Edward Barber och Jay Osgerby. Hello, you had us at marble! The social areas of the hotel consists of two floors with restaurants, bars and lounges. On top of the hotel, famous Swedish chef Frida Ronge will run a new rooftop restaurant called Tak (English: Roof). It will also have a bar. Read more about the hotel and make a reservation on At Six’s website.