Junior suite

Passion

  • Stora Hotellet Passion Room
  • Stora Hotellet Passion Room
  • Stora Hotellet Umea Passion Bathroom
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  • Stora Hotellet Passion Bathroom

Ever since Stora Hotellet’s first owner, Gotthard Zetterberg, was running the place, the seafarer’s passion for sea, adventure and foreign ports has become part of this building’s DNA. For over 100 years the hotel has been managed with a passion for being a great host serving great food, drink and music for great occasions. These suites have long been a favourite of newly wedded couples.

  • 39-42 m2
  • 180 cm King Size bed
  • Dining table/ Conference table
  • Lounge furniture
  • Bathroom with twin showers or bath
  • 46” TV
  • Minibar
  • Safe
  • Free WiFi

Our 6 generous Junior suites belong to the Passion category. 5 of them are corner rooms with views across Umeälven river, Rådhusparken or the town hall. The fourth room is opposite the main suite and is in what was once the hotel’s famous banquet hall. The high ceilings create a great atmosphere and there are views of Väven, Umeå’s new culture centre.

The Junior Suite has a 180 cm wide King Size bed. There is a large dining and work table and generous seating with sofas and armchairs. The bathrooms in the corner rooms have twin showers, while the suite opposite the main suite has a bath tub. All of the Junior Suites have minibars, 46” 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

Luxury mini-holiday with kids at Stora Hotellet

Mini-holiday with Kids & Waterpark includes
• Accomondation in family room "Yearning" for 2 adults + 2 children
• Stora Hotellet luxury breakfastbuffet
• Waterpark, tickets of admission for 2 adults + 2 children
(choose between indoor Navet or outdoor Umelagun)

Package offer 1,799 SEK / night

Umeå Live Summer Offer

The offer during Umeå Live events includes
• Accommodation for 2 persons in double room “Adventure”
• Stora Hotellet luxury breakfastbuffet

Price 850 SEK / night / double room
Umeå Live Summer Offer are bookable at our web with booking codestaycation

Summer Offer

Summer offer includes
• Hotel accommodation 1-3 nights at discounted rate
• Stora Hotellets luxury breakfastbuffet

From 1,199 SEK / room / night
Stay 2 save 20%, stay 3 save 30% – accessible rates during June 23 - August 20, 2017.

  • 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.