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Miss Clara Hotel

An urban retreat with abiding allure

Classic, simple and warm, this 92-room hostelry by Stockholm’s prolific Nobis group is named for Clara Strömberg, the popular headmistress at the girls' school which once inhabited the 1920-built Art Nouveau edifice, redesigned by acclaimed architect Gert Wingårdh in early 2014. Its light-filled rooms with their sparsely populated interiors with plush, yet simple furnishings, dark herring-bone parquet and cosy window benches, together with a romantic mirror-clad Swedish fusion eatery and imposing lobby-lounge, emit an air of timeless elegance unrivalled throughout the city.

 

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