The hotels are normally places where all people are supposed to feel fine and welcome, where everybody can enjoy a three day stay, no matter what their tastes are when talking about interior design. That is why hotel designers usually choose neutral tones and go for the classic look and arrangement because this way they can’t go wrong. A very good example of taste and style is the Nobis Hotel situated in the central square in Stockholm, Sweden.
This hotel benefited from the work of a famous architect and designer called Claesson Koivisto Rune who succeeded in blending the past and present in a very pleasant way. The hotel was build back in the 1880s (or at least a part of it) so the xterior is one typical for the old buildings, but it also has something that is characteristic to the bourgeoisy of the time: elegance and style. The history of the place is complex, as it housed a bank in the past and there was here a bank robber held four people hostages and generated the term “Stockholm syndrome” to first appear into use.
So you will see the modern furniture and all the modern appliances combined with the old-fashioned, but amazingly beautiful building materials like marble and stone, the classic rooms with high ceilings staying close to the very modern and luxurious bars and restaurants. Here are some of the features that describe this hotel best of all: comfort, personality, warmth, atmosphere, casual elegance, contemporary timelessness and durable quality.
The 201 rooms all look calm, but also sophisticated, offering the best comfort and the latest technological means, but also the peace and quiet that are specific to the nineteenth century. Even though the design may look simple, the materials used are of best quality and taste.