After spring feelings in Copenhagen, the spring continued in Stockholm, at least for a couple of days. Unfortunately, I was locked into a meeting room the full week but the last night I managed to get out in the lovely weather and try out some new places in Stockholm.
First out was the new design hotel, At Six. Located at Brunkebergstorg, this new design hotel is a bit of a hidden secret with its discreet entrance. Once you have found it you enter a world of exclusive and thought through design!
The marble stairway and sculpture as well as the design of the lobby give a luxurious yet spacious impression and this goes for the entire hotel. You can tell that a lot of effort has been put into the design, the choice of material, all to create a modern and innovative experience. For example why not have a tipsy tea in the cocktail bar or listen to some music in the listening room?
The rooms are decorated in darker part of the color palette mixed with design elements like a marble desk, cool bed lamps and a lounge seating to enjoy the cocktail set provided in the room. The king size bed was magic and so was the big choice of pillows!
One of the highlights was the breakfast buffet with fresh juices, chia pudding and a lot of tasty meals and healthy options.
At Six for sure is a new addition to the Stockholm hotel scene with its modern and thought through design and concept. Even though the design is a bit too raw and rough for my taste and the staff need some more time to get all pieces together, I am sure At Six will be a popular hotel and meeting point in the future!
Just a 10 minute walk from At Six Hotel we found Restaurang Tegelbacken, Marcus Aujalay's newly opened place. A pink heaven with a romantic and glamorous design. Jenny and I just smiled when leaving the rain behind us and got greeted by the truly service minded staff. We quickly found our spot in the pink bar and tried out two delicious cocktails, of course also pink. We did not tried the food but I am sure that the middle size dishes are as exciting as the design.
Having spent three months in South America I have become a big fan of the South American kitchen and to end the night at Público turned out to be a perfect choice. Here you will not only find exciting food inspired by the Peruvian and Mexican kitchen but also a vibrant atmosphere, an 18 meter long pisco- and tequila bar, long dining tables mixed with smaller tables, all to inspire you to share and socializing. Well, a piece of South America in the middle of Stockholm!
I must say that all my new acquaintances delivered above expectations and I can highly recommend them all!