A place for loving connoisseurs and conscious business travelers. Here guests check in to enjoy contemporary luxury - a relaxed, classic and elegant experience in the heart of Stockholm. Have lunch in the bistro, enjoy a cup of coffee in the magnificent lounge, relax in the steam room, have a delicious drink in the beautiful Guldbaren, then go down to the hotel's restaurant NOI for dinner. After a long day at Nobis Hotel, guests can enjoy a good night's sleep in DUX beds, packed with Egyptian cotton sheets, in the hotel's rooms designed by architect and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune.

Find us

Information on how to find your way to Nobis Hotel Stockholm.

Contact us

Contact information for our restaurant NOI, reception, our meetings & events team, as well as our staff. Looking forward to hear from you!

Fitness & Relax

Our relaxation area and gym, with one steam sauna and one dry sauna, is open 24 hours a day.


The interior of Nobis Hotel is designed in collaboration with the world-famous, multifaceted award-winning architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune.

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Meet James Yip, our Concierge and esteemed member of Les Clefs d’Or. During your stay, he welcomes the opportunity to curate your Stockholm adventure into an extraordinary experience.

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The Nordic Swan Ecolabel

Nobis Hotel is proud to announce a comprehensive and engaging environmental program that has received the Ecolabel Swan.


Nobis Hotel is certified by Safe Hotels. Safehotels Alliance is an international certification and knowledge company for hotel and conference security. Safehotels Alliance certification is based on "The Global Hotel Security Standard" ©.


We are always interested in getting in touch with new abilities who want to develop Nobis Hotel with us.


Read more about our original 19th-century culture-protected buildings, both stunning examples of Stockholm's unique, high-quality, richly decorated bourgeois stone architecture. Both houses are rich in Stockholm history, such as the story behind the Stockholm Syndrome.