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Traditional Swedish teatime, or "fika," is best in the cozy conservatory–swing by in the afternoon for hot coffee and homemade cakes.
Vibe and atmosphereThe hotel's cozy courtyard, complete with an open fire pit, exudes an ambiance that is wholly relaxed and inviting. The dining room doubles as the library, with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves filled with everything from the latest John Grisham to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, along with boardgames for friends and families looking for a cozy night in.
Overall look and feel of the roomsAll the rooms differ, given the historic building’s shape and size. A combination of Swedish materials such as Gotland stone, oak, and sheepskin set a particularly Scandinavian tone, while classic comforts like balconies and fireplaces provide subtle luxury.
Service styleTrue to style, the friendly staff encourages guests to make themselves feel at "hem"—visitors can lounge with a library book on the cozy chairs scattered about, or chat with the kitchen chef about the day's innovative menu.
Preferred room typeWith their fireplaces and grand four-poster beds, the Junior Suites are an excellent choice for travelers seeking extra space.
Unique property featuresThose seeking the ultimate post-workout respite look needn't look further than Ett Hem's own relaxation room—its traditional Swedish sauna, hammam, and cold-bucket shower are available for instantaneous rejuvenation around the clock.