The Nobis Group
The Nobis Group is one of Scandinavia’s leading operators of high-end restaurants, hotels, nightclubs and conference venues. The group’s tradition in hospitality in Stockholm has roots dating back to the 1600s, when a restaurant was first opened in the Stallmästargården inn at the city’s northern gate, which is part of the group today. The Nobis Group has its origins in the restaurant empire built by Tore Wretman, frequently called the father of Swedish gastronomy, which was bought by Alessandro Catenacci in 1987.
The Nobis Group of today is an expanding conglomerate that has doubled its turnaround over the past six years. At present, the group includes the Operakällaren restaurant, Café Opera nightclub and three other restaurants as well as conference facilities in the Opera House in Stockholm, Stallmästargården Hotel & Restaurant, Hotel J and Restaurant J in Nacka Strand, Factory Event & Expo Centre, Fabrikörsvillan and Tornvillan meeting venues, Täby Park Hotel & Conference, and Hotel Skeppsholmen. Also part of the group are the Lexus sales agent company Kaiser Bil AB.
Owner and CEO of the Nobis Group is Alessandro Catenacci.
The name Nobis originates from the famous historic wine celler Nobiskällaren at the Operakällaren restaurant, renowned for one of Scandinavia’s most impressive collections of wines. The name Nobis is also famous in Swedish gastronomy from Nobis sauce and Nobis dressing, both created by Tore Wretman.