Stockholm 4 Star Accommodation

Rooms

Live, see, enjoy our hotel rooms in Stockholm

We offer a wide range of accommodation options in Stockholm; all our rooms and suites feature contemporary design. All room categories are designed to unite functionality and aesthetic appeal. We offer a multitude of different items to observe and examine. This gives you the chance to discover something new every time you visit us. After a while, you may find that you have a fondness for a particular room that you wish to return to whenever you stay with us.

Just make yourself at home and enjoy our personal hotel in Stockholm.

Cabin room

Design aces for small spaces. Some of Sweden’s leading fashion designers have put their personal touch on Hotel Birger Jarl’s cabin rooms - wardrobes.

The cabin rooms are windowless with white walls, fine wooden floors and modern chrome decor. Each designer was given carte blanche to decorate one of the walls in a room. They used clothing, sketches and photos from their collections, playing with colour and materials.

Participating designers:

Camilla Thulin, Filippa Knutsson/Filippa K, Greger Hagelin/WeSc, Jonny Johansson/Acne, Carin Rodebjer and Fredrik Blank & Åsa Göransson/Blank.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

Single room

Our single rooms in Stockholm have a generous 140cm wide bed and bathroom with shower. All have wooden floors and an armchair with side table.

An excellent alternative when you require accommodation with value for money. Free wireless internet access in all rooms.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking
Mini double

Mini double

Newly renovated, small double rooms with a 140 cm wide bed and bathroom with shower or bath. Wooden floors, light textiles and warm colours in various combinations give personality to the rooms. Free wireless internet access all rooms.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

Double room

Our double rooms in Stockholm are decorated in modern design in different styles. The beds are 2x90 cm or 160 cm wide and the bathrooms are equipped with shower or bath. All have wooden floors and an armchair with side table. Free wireless internet access in all rooms.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

Superior room

All superior rooms are decorated in modern design in different styles. Among the superior rooms you also find our imaginative designer rooms, uniquely furnished by various Swedish interior designers.

In the superior rooms you sleep deep in queen size or king size beds. The bathrooms are equipped with shower or bath. All have wooden floors and an armchair with side table. Mini-fridge with non-alcoholic beverages. Free wireless internet access in all rooms.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Bathrobe & slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

Junior Suite

All junior suites are decorated in modern design in different styles. Among the junior suites you also find our imaginative designer rooms, uniquely furnished by various Swedish interior designers. Uniquely furnished by various Swedish interior designers and furniture companies, each of whom have put their personal touch on their room.

All rooms have a bathroom with shower or bath, are equipped with iron and ironing board, mini-fridge with free non-alcoholic drinks, tea and coffee-making facilities, bathrobe and slippers. You sleep comfortably in twin, queen-size or king-size beds. Free wireless internet access in all rooms.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Bathrobe & slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

Suite

All suites are decorated in modern design in different styles. Among the suites you also find our imaginative designer rooms, uniquely furnished by various Swedish interior designers, each of whom have put their personal touch on their suite.

All rooms have a bathroom with shower or bath, are equipped with iron and ironing board, mini-fridge with free non-alcoholic drinks, tea and coffee-making facilities, bathrobe and slippers. You sleep comfortably in twin, queen-size or king-size beds. Free wireless internet access in all rooms.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Bathrobe & slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

Studio

Our new and fresh studios in Stockholm are decorated in modern style and are suitable for long stay. The studios have a small kitchen equipped with micro wave, fridge, hot plates and nespresso machine. They are located on the top-floor and are furnished with a separate sitting area with sofa bed.

Bathroom with shower or bath, separate w.c in some. Equipped with iron and ironing board, tea and coffee-making facilities, bathrobe and slippers. You sleep comfortably in king-size beds. Free wireless internet access in all rooms.

General information

  • Full hotel service
  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Nespresso machine
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Ironing facilities
  • Bathrobe & slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

The retro room

The retro room from 1974.

It was a bright sunny day and the renovation work on the rooms was almost complete. The workmen started to dust themselves down, pack their brushes and tools and prepare to head for home. But when the protective plastic sheeting was later removed from the walls, we were somewhat surprised. Room number 247 had not been renovated! Located as it is at the very end of the corridor, it had quite simply been forgotten.

Today, room 247 has undergone a facelift. By respecting the carefully preserved original furnishings, we have recreated a 70's feel, but with a more eccentric and wild expression.

General information

  • Tea- & coffee making facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Bathrobe & slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety box
  • Free wi-fi
  • Non-smoking

Agneta Pettersson & Johanna Köhlin

Room 703 - A view onto the Street

Room 704 - I want a moon of my own

This room has an atmosphere that feels very homely without having a homely appearance. Some of the furniture has been specially designed. The room, the lighting and all the objects are inextricably linked to form the overall impression.

Founded in 1997, KÖHLIN & PETTERSSON ARKITEKTER is the business of two childhood friends. The company focuses mainly on analysis and concept solutions for environments that form an integral part of an overall profile.

JOHANNA KÖHLIN and AGNETA PETTERSSON were trained at Konstfack (the Swedish University College of Arts, Crafts and Design) and HDK (the School of Design and Crafts) respectively. Most of their assignments have been designing office environments for IT and media companies.

Anki Gneib

Room 338-347, 636-647 – Space for personality

Anki Gneib has tried to keep a few large unbroken areas clear to give the rooms unity. She has also tried to give the rooms as many extra surfaces as she could. By Spreading their personal belongings around the rooms, guests are able to take possession of them.

The rooms are two variations on the same theme. Anki Gneib kept a few large unbroken areas clear to give the rooms unity. She has also tried to give the rooms as many extra surfaces as she could. By spreading their personal belongings around the room, guests are able to take possession of them.

ANKI GNEIB trained at Konstfack where she studied interior architecture and furniture design. Her career choices are a product of her desire to work with her hands while trying to solve a definite problem and she now works as an interior architect. As a sideline to this, she also works as a designer.

Anki designed all the fixtures in the rooms, including the desk, luggage rack and the bed’s headboard. The clothes stand was designed by Thomas Eriksson, the pouffe by Johansson Design and the lamps by Matti Klenell. The fabrics come from Kinnasand and the bedside table from Materia. The sixties-style armchair is from Ihreborn and the bedside lamp from Örsjö. The photography is part of a series representing an urban journey and was taken by Anki’s husband, Kristian Pohl.

Charlotte Pettersson

Room 427 – Rectangular relaxation

The wall decoration in this room is designed for guests who prefer their walls white, but still like to rest their eyes on a little colour here and there. The simple pattern of rectangles in different colours is easy to create for yourself and, if you get tired of it, you can always return to the original white or come up with another colour combination.

Even as a child, CHARLOTTE PETTERSON was fascinated by interior design. After completing the textile and clothing programme at upper secondary school, she went on to the fashion programme at Beckman’s School of Design in Stockholm. She has also worked as an interior designer at IKEA and has freelanced for various well-established fashion and interior design magazines, as well as working with stage design and advertising films. She is presently head of interior design at the Swedish interior design magazine, Sköna Hem.

Room 427 was created by Charlotte Pettersson in conjunction with the project “Personligt -Måleritrend 2002” (Personal -Trends in Painting in 2002). This was a project in which Hotel Birger Jarl and the Trade and Employers' Association of Swedish Painting Contractors joined forces to demonstrate how it is possible to change a room by using colour and modern decorative painting techniques, as well as furnishing, thus providing inspiration and ideas to others.

Jacob Wallér

Room 601 - 616, 626 - 632 - Timeless elegance

Quality, timelessness and elegance are the catchwords which have guided Jacob Wallér when designing the rooms.

The colours are taken from the city, the polished facades and the sunset. The rooms breathe the same values as the pure, high quality elements of the building, its character and framework.

JACOB WALLÉR /JORDENS ARKITEKTER is an architect, SIR/MSA and has worked with architecture since 1989, and started his own architectural business, Jordens Arkitekter, in 1999.

All fixed furnishing together with the bed- and desk lighting have been especially designed for the room. A nice detail is Hotel Birger Jarl's B-symbol, which is carved on cupboards and wardrobe doors. The "Kennedy" stool is from Johansson Design. The illustration was designed by the Swedish design duo, Dizel&Saté.

Jerk Malmsten

Room 702 - Stay in serenity

The furniture is made of birch. The desk, the bed, the Gullheden bedside table and the Herrgården chair were all designed by Carl Malmsten in the 1950s. The bed was designed for maximum enjoyment.

CARL MALMSTEN AB is managed by Jerker Malmsten, grandson of the well- known Swedish designer, Carl Malmsten. After attending university and the Calle Flygare Drama School, JERK MALMSTEN decided to follow in his grandfather's footsteps.

Interior architect, LEÓ JÓHANNSSON , who was born in Reykjavik, Iceland, is also connected to the Carl Malmsten School and was involved in creating this room. He has also been involved in producing the new Carl Malmsten Reform concept, which includes the ’VM' armchair, which can be found in room 702.

Johan Stylander

Room 706 - Double room with yellow painting

The furniture in this room was designed by some of Sweden's top designers, table and armchair by Gunilla Allard and sofa by Björn Dahlström. The timeless design of an inviting, personable home, reflecting the tastes of your absent host.

JOHAN STYLANDER is based in New York with his company, DESIGN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS . He takes on assignments mainly from medium-sized companies in New York, as well as international banks and legal firms engage his services, as do stores, art galleries and restaurants.

Johan Stylander received his training at the Fashion Institute of Technology. He has worked as an interior designer for the last ten years and runs his own company in New York. Johan is inquisitive by nature and also enjoys expressing his thoughts and ideas in painting and sculpture.

Jonas Bohlin

Room 710 - The Currant suite

The Current Suite was named after the currant bushes that grow on the balcony just outside. Most of the furniture has been created by the designer himself and was inspired by a boating trip to Paris. The nautical theme is reflected in the design of the furniture.

The chairs are shaped like a water drop; the lamp has been fashioned to resemble a ship's lantern while the black and white bedspread conjures up images of navigation marks.

JONAS BOHLIN was born in Stockholm and trained at Konstfack (the Swedish University College of Arts, Crafts and Design). A designer with an artist's eye, his work always transcends traditional barriers without losing its homogenous interpretation of architecture, function and life itself. Bohlin's career and success has added an element of sensitivity and common sense to his design work. Today he works mainly with interior design projects. His projects also include the creation of a new design course.

Kristian Eriksson / G.A.D

Room 701 - The Gotland room

With selected natural materials from the island of Gotland, this room will lull you into a state of genuine relaxation and comfort.

GUTE ART & DESIGN designs, manufactures and markets products with a focus on simplicity and austerity of both style and material. "Living materials make living furniture" is the company's philosophy. Production is largely located at the company's own workshop on Gotland.

KRISTIAN ERIKSSON grew up with art and design. Not surprising, as his parents and grandparents on both sides of the family were artists and designers. Many years' experience and design work have helped hone his skill into the genuine Gotland- inspired craft it is today. His Fårö bench, which you will find in room 701, earned him the accolade, "Excellence in Swedish Design" 1999.

Love Arbén

Room 708 - Junior Suite 4U

Love Arbén works on the principle that guests prioritise three things in hotel rooms - looking out, watching TV or lying in the bath and staring at the ceiling. Three activities that have formed the basis for the décor in Junior Suite 4U.

Arbén’s aim, through the use of stained glass and coloured surfaces, is to give the guest as content-rich an experience of their temporary home as possible. Through the windows of room 708, the guest can feel the warm, golden sunlight, see the greenery, experience the blue hour of twilight, or awaken in a rose-coloured shimmer - all at the same time. The TV’s central, rotating position allows your every TV-viewing desire to be met, whilst the bathroom’s size and intense red ceiling invite you to enjoy a sensuous bathing experience.

LOVE ARBÉN is a leading figure in the world of Swedish design. After studying at both the Royal Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture and the Swedish State School of Arts, Crafts and Design in the 1970s, he worked as an employee for a few years. In 1985, he started his own business, since when he has carried out numerous high visibility projects. He is now a Professor at the Swedish State School of Arts, Crafts and Design’s School of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design. He is also a member of the Swedish Civil Aviation Administration’s Architectural Council, a Member of the Board of the Swedish Furniture Manufacturers’ Association, and works as a design columnist.

Most of the furniture in this room was designed personally by Arbén, including the armchairs, sofa and coffee table, which are part of a range of furniture named after the days of the week.

Olle Salmonsson

Room 301 - 331 - Perfect Match

The rooms are intended for the modern business traveller, and are also intended to function for families with children. The solution consists of smart, innovative functions.

These include an extra bed with comfortable spring mattress cleverly hidden in the side of the main bed, and extendable storage in the desk for a kettle.

OLLE SALMONSSON is an architect, SIR/MSA, and was also trained at Carl Malmstens School in Stockholm. Olle has been active for about 20 years and has his own business - Studio Salmonsson AB. Perfect Match Interior was responsible for the contract, and together with Olle Salmonsson has designed all the fixed furnishings in the room. The rooms are in two different colour schemes, with the playful "Spel" curtains from Almedahls. The latticed white curtains are of a material which removes odour in accordance with the DRAPILUX AIR concept. The wall lighting consists of the design classics "Romb" and Väggtunna" by Bengt-Johan Gullberg. The picture with a musical theme is of images transferred onto cloth, photographed by Jan Olav Wedin.

Pascale Cottard-Olsson

Room 426 - Chez Pascale

For Pascale it is important that the hotel room is cosy, snug and "homely". Many hotel rooms look the same and are often impersonal.

To stay in this delightful white room should be an experience to remember.

PASCALE COTTARD-OLSSON runs since 1998 her own design gallery "Gallery Pascale" in Stockholm.

Pascale has carefully selected furniture and items designed by Swedish women designers. The bedstead "Cloud" is especially designed for this room by Anna Lerinder. The fine lamp "BPL" by Camilla Diedrich, the mirrors "Star" by glass artist Lena Bergström, the pillow two-fold" by Ulrika Mårtensson, the hand embroidered lamps "Cross stiched stars" by Sara Berner, the desk by Sara Szyber, the chairs "Split" and "Hug" designed by Anna von Schewen for Gärsnäs and the small tables "Cake" designed by Monica Förster for Nola.

RALF LINDBERG

Room 201 - 228 - Three Rooms in One

Livingroom bedroom and office - all in the same room with an individual setting for each. Colours and materials create the spatiality. Side by side, they form a whole.

Because several functions need to fit in a limited space, most of them are gathered in a playful, wall-hung composition.

RALF LINDBERG is a certified member of the National Association of Swedish Interior Designers (SIR) educated at the Univeristy College of Arts Crafts and Design. He also designs furniture. The desk chair "Bird" was designed by Ralf Lindberg for Gärsnäs AB. wall to wall Arkitektur & Form AB, architects and project managers, have been contracted since the company started in 1987 to design and build many renowned spaces in public areas, including Hasseludden Yasuragi, Haga forum and Åre Continental Inn.

Sanna Nathanson

Room 436 - 447, 536 - 547 - Youth charm

This room is designed to create a bright and youthful atmosphere. When visiting a new city, you are often bombarded with a multitude of new impressions, and it is nice to come back to a room that enables you to unwind. The colour scheme and comfortable, light-coloured furniture have therefore been carefully chosen to create a feeling of serenity.

SANNA NATHANSON is an interior designer and received her training at the KLC School of Interior Design in England. Having completed studies and practical experience in subjects such as art history and furniture restoration, she decided to travel to England and train to be an interior designer. When Sanna decorated these rooms she worked at LIVING DESIGN, an interior design company in Stockholm.

Among other things, she was involved in the interior design of Hotel Radisson SAS in Klaipeda, Lithuania, a project that entailed designing the hotel “Newport style”, a new departure for Lithuanians that attracted considerable attention in the country. She was also involved in the interior design of Hotel Dyreparken Kristiansand in Norway, a hotel built in the likeness of Noah’s ark and which was to be decorated accordingly. Other interior design projects in which Sanna has been involved include Café Smilla at Östermalmstorg in Stockholm, First Hotel in Vesterbro, Copenhagen, various suites at the Radisson SAS in Östersund, a luxury hotel in St. Petersburg, and Clarion Hotel Scandinavia in Stockholm.

Sara Kebbon

Room 425 - Stylish and romantic

Nowadays, people tend to live in sterile environments that are often dull and lifeless. At the same time, we live in a high-tech society, which is why we based the design of this romantic room on geometric patterns.

The bright metallic tone changes colour depending on your position in the room, giving it a feeling that combines the romantic and the modern -a bit like nail varnish, in fact.

SARA KEBBON (Lindell) has been painting for as long as she can remember. After training at the Calle Flygare School of theatre, she decided t change focus and attended the Cours Renaissance in Paris, where she received a thorough craftsman’s training.Later,she supplemented this training with a specialised scenery-painting course at Palm Fine Art in Norrköping. Today, Sara Lindell runs KARLA DEKORATIONSMÅLERI in Stockholm and also holds a teaching position at the Scandinavian Colour School.

Room 425 was created by Sara Kebbon in conjunction with the project “Personligt -Måleritrend 2002 ”(Personal -Trends in Painting in 2002). This was a project in which Hotel Birger Jarl and the Trade and Employers' Association of Swedish Painting Contractors joined forces to demonstrate how it is possible to change a room by using colour and modern decorative painting techniques,as well as furnishing, thus providing inspiration and ideas to others.

Svenskt Tenn

Room 621 - The Svenskt Tenn (Swedish Pewter) suite

Svenskt Tenn AB is an interior design company founded in 1924 by Estrid Ericson, with the functionalist Josef Frank as the prominent figure.

The company started on a small scale, making and selling pewter objects in a small shop in Smålandsgatan in Stockholm. By 1927, however, the company moved to the present address in Strandvägen.

The Stockholm exhibition in the summer of 1930 gave Estrid Ericson the idea to open a department for furniture and rugs. New types of furniture, designed by Uno Åhrén, Gunnar Asplund and Björn Trädgårdh, were made in small workshops especially for Svenskt Tenn.

The immigration to Sweden of the Viennese functionalist architect, town planner and designer Josef Frank, in 1933, began the productive collaboration with Estrid Ericson and Svenskt Tenn. Josef Frank was a non-dogmatic functionalist, who created conditions for a friendly, colourful and tolerant environment without stringent stylistic demands. As a result of several major exhibitions in New York, Paris and San Francisco during the thirties, the Svenskt Tenn style became a model for “Swedish Modern.”

Thomas Sandell

Room 705 - Mr Glad
Room 709 - Miss Dottie

A room where that is really out of the ordinary. A veritable polka dot heaven. Go dotty!

SANDELLSANDBERG is a company that focuses on groundbreaking architecture, design and advertising. THOMAS SANDELL was born in Skellefteå and studied architecture at KTH (the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology).

He founded his own business in 1990. Since then he has seen great professional success and has received numerous awards for his design work.

His list of merits includes interior design assignments for the Swedish Modern Museum and the Swedish Museum of Architecture. Sandell has also designed parts of IKEA's PS collection and furniture for B& B Italia and Capellini.

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