Atmospheric 4* business and leisure hotel in a renovated historical palace building, situated on the semi-rural island of Djurgården close to many varied attractions and with easy access to Stockholm’s city centre.
- 113 guestrooms & suites
- Restaurant & bar
- 15 meeting rooms
- Total of 832 sqm. / 8,956 sqft. of meeting space (up to 750 pax)
- Distance from international airport: 27 miles / 43 kilometres
- Secure garage & outdoor parking
Scandic Hasselbacken has 113 en suite guestrooms and suites (including disabled access rooms), many with views of the nearby waterfront and hotel gardens. All rooms and suites offer the following:
- Free high-speed WiFi internet
- Cable & satellite TV
- Direct dial telephone
- Work desk
- Safe-deposit box
- Air-conditioning with individual climate control
Scandic Hasselbacken offers a total of 832 sqm. / 8,956 sqft. of meeting space for up to 750 delegates across 15 rooms.
The hotel’s main conference room has an area of 230 sqm. / 2,476 sqft., providing capacity for up to 220 persons.
In addition, the hotel can partner with the neighbouring Cirkus Theatre to organise larger events of up to 1,600 people.
Other Key Features:
- Free high-speed WiFi internet in all meeting rooms
- Projector, screens, speakers, microphones
- Whiteboard, flipchart, paper, pads & pens
- Hasselbcken Restaurant: Buffet breakfasts & lunches; À la carte dinners; Weekend bunches; Modern Swedish & international cuisine; Summer terrace with BBQ station
- Hasselbacken Bar: Serving drinks & light snacks until late; Coffee & teas; international beers & wines, cocktails
- Modern gym with weights, running / rowing / cycling machines
- Wellness suite featuring sauna
- Free bicycle hire
- Children’s area with drawing, reading, crafts, TV area, playroom
- Access to local running routes (maps available at the hotel)
- Hotel located on Djurgården island with multiple outdoor activities and attractions, including: Skansen open-air museum & zoo, Vasa ship museum, Nordic museum, the newly-opened ABBA museum, and miles of public footpaths