On a lush island in the middle of the bustling city lies a more than 300-year-old house. A building from 1699 with an exciting historic background, all made out of recycled material from old buildings and ruins around Sweden. Our history meets the modern decoration by Stockholm-based architects Claesson Koivisto Rune. This rural setting is the home of award-winning Hotel Skeppsholmen, a modern and eco-friendly hot spot situated on the waterfront. Hotel Skeppsholmen is a place to reload your batteries, at a quiet, yet central location.
CHRISTMAS BUFFET AT LÅNGA RADEN
The reservations for our Christmas buffet are now open!
Join us in the idyllic winter setting of Skeppsholmen. Invite your loved ones and let us orchestrate an unforgettable experience filled with exceptional cuisine and the enchantment of the holiday season.
Kickstart the new year with a magical celebration at Skeppsholmen. Delight in a splendid three-course dinner in the company of your nearest and dearest, surrounded by an atmosphere that exudes warmth and togetherness.
Our lunch menu is designed with inspiration from our Swedish food heritage and contemporary simplicity. We use only the freshest and finest seasonal ingredients, carefully cooked with great care and attention to detail. From traditional Swedish dishes to innovative and modern interpretations, our menu has something to suit all tastes and preferences.
In our restaurant Långa Raden our ambition is to create a comfortable environment where hotel guests mix with Stockholmers and other guests from near and far. The food reflects our Swedish food heritage in contemporary simplicity and is cooked with care, of seasonal ingredients.
In Summer of 2023, Nobis Hospitality Group will open a five-star contemporary luxury hotel in Palma, Spain. The property is housed in a historical building dating all the way back to the 12th century, now transformed into an elegant hotel with architects at award-winning Wingårdhs. A Nobis Construction is an exhibition with photos from the ongoing construction, shot by Pernilla Danielsson and Marisa Sakura.