Deluxe

Mystique

  • Stora Hotellet's Mystique Room
  • Stora Hotellet Umeå Mystique Badthroom
  • Stora Hotellet Umea Telephone
  • Stora Hotellet Mystique Room Shower

Mysterious forces often seem to operate at sea. Logic is set aside as enigmatic phenomena turn reason upside down.

  • 23-27 m2
  • 160 cm Queen Size bed or two 80cm Twin beds
  • Bathroom with shower or bath
  • Accessible features (not all)
  • TV
  • Safe
  • Free WiFi

Mystery is part of the seafarer’s reality and a touch of mystery spices up our Deluxe rooms. These rooms are slightly larger than the most common rooms in the hotel and have extra space for storage. There is a 160 cm Queen Size bed or Twin bed and bathroom with shower or bath. Some of the rooms hae accessible features . All of our Mystery rooms have TV and free WiFi connection.

Our breakfast buffet is always included in the price of your room and is served in our continental indoor square. Serving is open all day and offers the opportunity to enjoy drinks, snacks, lunch and dinner. The restaurant Gotthards Krog is named after Stora Hotellet’s first owner, Gotthard Zetterberg, and is ranked among Umeas best restaurants on TripAdvisor.

Offers

Gotthards Krog Restaurant

New Year's Eve at Stora Hotellet

New Year’s Eve – package price for two persons includes: 
• Accommondation at Stora Hotellet
• New Year's Dinner at Gotthards Dining Room, including champagne, 4-course dinner, selected beverage, coffee & praline.
• Stora Hotellet luxury hotel breakfast

Price per person from, 2.250 SEK

The offer is bookable until December 10th, subject to availability (limited capacity) – first come first served.

Stora Hotellet Umeå Trappa

Christmas at Stora Hotellet

Enjoy even more during Christmas holidays. Umea can be both "going home for Christmas" or "going away for Christmas" - at Stora Hotellet we traditionally prepare for cozy Christmas holidays with that extra something feeling. Book three nights or more with us and get 15% off.

The offer applies December 20, 2017 – January 7, 2018. 

Västerbottens Museum, Stora Hotellet

Cultivate & Sleep over Umea

Package price for two including
• Accommondation in double room "Adventure"
• 3-course dinner at Gotthard's indoor piazza, (value 495 SEK / per person)
• Stora Hotellet luxury hotel breakfast
• Guided tour at Västerbottens Museum (approx. 60 min) see options below.

Package price for two persons, 2,690 SEK / night
The offer is valid Thursday-Sunday during October 5 – December 18, 2017 and subject to availability.

Room promotion 10% off

Prepare to port 21 days upon arrival - Save 10%

Book and prepay 21 days in advance and save 10% on Best Available Rate. No amendment nor refund.

  • Stora Hotellet’s Freedom Suite is in the old banqueting hall and comprises a bedroom and living room covering 89 square metres. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen.

  • At Stora Hotellet, King Oscar II and many a common sailor have walked up the staircase, built in 1895. In the background is Gotthard's restaurant and bar. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen.

  • Night time at Stora Hotellet’s reception. In days gone by, party goers from the hotel would have mingled here with busy sailors from the seaman’s mission. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen

  • When the 1895 staircase stops, a new staircase takes you to the attic. The new staircase was built from ship wreckage wood, old furniture and stuff found in the hotel's old attic. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen.

  • Næzéns library is always open to our guests. A tribute to doctor Daniel Erik Næzén and his health spa that was located here. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen.

  • The bar in Gotthard's restaurant is next to the lobby. It’s a meeting place for both Umeå residents and guests from near and far. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen.

  • Gotthard's restaurant mixes fresh, local ingredients and inspiration from the world's ports. A tribute to the Gotthard Zetterberg, the first director of the hotel. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen.

  • Superstition rooms are compact and cozy sailor berths in Stora Hotellet’s old attic with sloping ceiling, nooks and crannies. Photo: Erik Nissen Johansen.