Radisson Blu Royal Viking Hotel, Stockholm completed a renovation project in time for its 35th anniversary. The new design concept at has been carried out by the renowned Spanish architectural studio Proyecto Singular.
The hotel's 459 guest rooms, 15 meeting rooms and communal areas, including the lobby and bar, the Stockholm Fisk restaurant and the atrium area have all been transformed.
With the guest experience at the core of the transformation has created a city hub with lively areas with a social and welcoming environment. The base of the design has the roots of the Mediterranean, with plants, natural tones and warm materials that create a sophisticated and elegant atmosphere.
The guest rooms have been updated with bright walls, modern panels in dark wood, new light fixtures and complemented by art from talented young artists. The technology has also been optimized, with Chromecasts placed in each room to allow audio and video streaming.
The lobby has been refined with light stone floors set alongside modern folding walls of glass and industrial metal, while the lobby bar has been turned into a focal point for guests and locals alike with its extensive bar and cocktail menu.
The hotel's grand staircase to the atrium on the second floor has been updated with a glass framing, which allows daylight to shine from the skylights above. The reception has been transformed with a long counter made of dark stone, while sofas, armchairs and plants create an elegant and pleasant atmosphere for working or socializing.
Stockholm Fisk, one of Stockholm's only seafood specialty restaurants, has a completely new facade towards the street in glass and metal. The restaurant's interior has been updated and a fireplace and a wall covered in wine bottles join the bar lounge's comfortable velvet sofas.
HIGH, the Cocktail Social Club, on the ninth floor can accommodate 150 people. The bar has undergone a total makeover and reflects an elegant and classic feel in a modern and stylish vintage. Guests can enjoy views of the city through panoramic windows.
The meeting and events area includes 15 flexible meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 150 people. The central atrium provides a bright airy space perfect for lunch and coffee breaks and can also be converted into a large event space for up to 450 attendees.
All meeting spaces feature the latest technology, such as ClickShare, which allows guests to connect wirelessly with any device to SMART Boards with interactive screens and whiteboards.
Information is based off a press release from Radisson Blu Royal Viking Hotel, Stockholm.