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Elegance reborn

Brunkebergstorg, Stockholm. A 19th century haven for socialites. And that’s where it all begins. A rebirth. A reimagining. A hotel to be seen. En vogue elegance in a new home. Where contemporary art meets design. Where dining revels in breathtaking views. Where sleep is nurtured by comfort. Where spacious comes as standard. Where detail intrigues with a twist. Where surprise is no surprise.

The place, At Six. Sleep. Dine. Mingle. Surprise.

From March 2017.

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Social At Six means 2000sqm. Flexible space. Small to large. Whatever the occasion, like power gathering for 850. Whatever the need, like intimate supper for 4. You choose. We’ll be delighted to provide.


Creating a place you want to see and be seen in

We want to create a place where the quality and attention to detail is felt through every aspect of the design and service. This place will feel very contemporary, but we also want it to have a timeless quality. We want At Six to be the first true contemporary luxury hotel in Stockholm of this size.

Hannah Carter Owers & Richard McConkey, interior architects

> Meet our creators

Creating the future of luxury

A stage and a retreat. A Six is formed in collaboration with selected creators with one sole purpose; to redefine the future of luxury.

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All about good taste

A crafty lobby bar where grand flavours come in small portions. An elegant cocktail bar and lounge mixing highballs with high pulse. A vibrant international dining room, stretching out into the square during the summer season.

> Restaurants & bars


At Six is operated by Nordic Hotels & Resorts, in alliance with – inter alia, Hobo Stockholm, Tak StockholmThe Thief Oslo, Copperhill Åre, Yasuragi Hasseludden and Skt Petri CopenhagenAnd part of Urban Escape Stockholm. Member of Preferred Hotels LVX CollectionGet instant benefits with iPrefer at more than 600 hotels in 85 countries.

A 19th century glamourous hotspot

Brunkebergstorg 1889. The square housed the city’s most elegant boutiques, magnificent palaces and the most popular restaurants and was the hotspot for Stockholm socialites.