Miss Clara Hotel
Slanted in Stockholm
It’s hard to believe that it’s already been three weeks since our editorial trip to Stockholm to take a look at the city’s creative scene. We were happy that after an exciting but also exhausting day we were able to relax in the small and stylish design hotel Miss Clara. The small boutique hotel belongs to the Nobis hotel group and is situated in an Art Nouveau building that was an all-girl school for nearly 40 years.
World famous architect Gert Wingårdh has managed to unite a warm feeling of modern day exclusivity together with outstanding functionality. This is all the more impressive of a feat given how he has been able to simultaneously keep many of the original details (the amazing stone floors for example) and features of the building, thus managing to celebrate its historic past.
No wonder the hotel is a member of Design Hotels, a community that reflects the vision of independent hoteliers with a passion for culturally-rooted hospitality and cutting-edge design and architecture.
Miss Clara describes this beautifully in her own words: “We’ve always felt that the number one thing of a fabulous hotel experience is the actual presence of an experience—you know that feeling when the front desk staff knows your name without consulting their computer, or when the bartender asks how you’re doing, not because she is trying to be polite but because she actually cares.”
And perhaps it is precisely these details, the fantastic a la carte breakfast, the fragrant care products from Byredo that make the stay so unforgettable …
Thanks for having us!
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