Cutting edge contemporary urban design is the new star of downtown Stockholm hotel, At Six. The chic lifestyle hotel is at once the latest modern trend and a transformative revival of a long-forgotten financial building. The redevelopment of 6 Brunkebergstorg square is part of Stockholm's downtown revival project, and this block in particular is experiencing a classy and hip makeover. In the late 19th century, this precinct was a flourishing playground for Stockholm’s well-to-do beautiful people and intelligentsia, with grand hotels, restaurants and shops. But in the 1960s it became part of an unremarkable business district that closed down at night. Now the block has been rejuvenated and what was a former bank has been transformed into a landmark hotel by award-winning architects and designers.
Opening in late March of 2017, the art hotel At Six welcomes international and local guests to make a grand entrance via the monumental white granite lobby staircase at Brunkebergstorg 6 and pass into an elegantly contemporary world with a late-midcentury design throwback. Distinctive artwork by artists such as Julian Opie, Olafur Eliasson and Swedish Dawid have been selected by art curator Sune Nordgren for the public areas as well all 343 hotel rooms. All decor and accents have been impeccably selected and curated to give Stockholm something surprising: an accommodation experience that incorporates art, design and service of the highest level. High on our wish list is a stay in the immaculate presidential suite which has its own private rooftop terrace and bulletproof panoramic windows in three directions (should you be worried about your safety as an international VIP!).
The classic, cool, and monochromatic shared spaces of the hotel include a restaurant, chic bar, lounges perfect for meeting friends, and an event area for up to 1000 guests. And right next door to At Six is Stockholm’s newest and coolest rooftop restaurant, TAK, helmed by celebrated young Swedish-Japanese fusion chef, Frida Ronge. Her minimalist plating of authentic and innovative Scandinavian cuisine with an Asian touch has made her somewhat of a celebrity in Sweden.
Enjoy this sneak peek at Stockholm's coolest new hotel, and make enquiries and bookings here.