Grand opening: Nobis Miss Clara

Today marks the grand opening of Nobis’ newest hotel, Miss Clara, at Sveavägen 48 in central Stockholm. Located in a classic Art Nouveau building and with 92 rooms, a restaurant and a cocktail bar, the Miss Clara boutique hotel prides itself on high standards and attention to detail.

“Miss Clara is a unique hotel experience. She’s like the rebellious little sister – youthful and relaxed. If the Nobis Hotel is Stockholm’s first contemporary luxury hotel, then Miss Clara is the obvious next step – a younger option that’s been missing in Stockholm until now,” says Gustavo Catenacci, Managing Director of Miss Clara.

Dating back to 1910, the former all girls’ school building is located at the heart of Norrmalm in central Stockholm. This tranquil, slightly overlooked, neighbourhood has been growing in popularity recently, with several new restaurants and bars opening in the area. An interesting new urban district is starting to take shape, breathing new life into an area steeped in cultural history.

Wingårdhs Architects have carefully restored the building’s original Art Nouveau charm, adding elements of contemporary design to Miss Clara’s unique history, resulting in a playful, timeless ambience.

All of the 92 rooms at Miss Clara are filled with natural light, thanks to the beautifully arched, original windows along the Sveavägen façade and the large, urban industrial-style windows in the opposite direction. The rooms vary in size – from chic standard rooms to two sumptuous duplex suites – as well as 620 m2 of public space, occupied by a bar, restaurant and relaxing lounge area. There’s also a conservatory, for larger groups and parties, as well as relaxation and fitness facilities for hotel guests.

The restaurant is located on the ground floor, where the large street-facing windows create a natural focal point. With seating for 80 guests and direct access to the bar, lounge and lobby, the restaurant is an ideal meeting place for hotel guests and locals alike. The experience is further enhanced by the hotel’s spacious outdoor terrace, which provides seating for another 60 guests.

Head Chef Danny Guest, who previously held the same role at sister restaurant Operakällaren, describes the restaurant’s concept: “Our menu includes both Swedish and international brasserie-style classics. Our vision for Miss Clara is a relaxed yet vibrant place for any occasion, whether you want to get a bit of work done, create the perfect date or simply enjoy some really good food.”

For more information, please contact:
Zena Fialdini, Head of PR, Nobis, 46 (0)722 163 635, zena@nobis.se

Nobis AB is one of Scandinavia's leading hotel, conference and restaurant chains and operates Operakällaren, Café Opera, Nobis Hotel, Stallmästaregården, Hotel J, Hotel Skeppsholmen, Miss Clara Hotel, Giro Pizzeria, Restaurant J and venues J.'s Tornvilla and J's Fabrikörsvillan Villa. Nobis has more than 450 employees and annual sales of approximately SEK 700 million. www.nobis.se/en

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Nobis AB is one of Scandinavia's leading hotel, conference and restaurant industry and operates Operakällaren, Café Opera Nobis Hotel, Stallmästaregården, Hotel JHotel Skeppsholmen, Miss Clara Hotel, Giro Pizzeria, Restaurant J and venues J.'s Tornvilla and J's Fabrikörsvillan Villa. Tradition, quality and innovation are key words for Nobis which has more than 450 employees and annual sales of approximately SEK 700 million. www.nobis.se/en

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