Arrive to port at Stora Hotellet

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Stora Hotellet in Umea is located in the heart of the city centre, close to beautiful umealv (Umea river).

From the airport:

  • Taxi, approximately 10 min to Stora Hotellet, price 175-220 SEK.
  • Airport bus, 15-20 min to Vasaplan (5 min walk to the hotel). Price: prepay 40 SEK, on the bus 60 SEK.

Parking: Stora Hotellet’s indoor parking is located in the same block as the hotel with a fee of 165 SEK/night. Talk to the front desk upon arrival or call ahead to check availability.

Nearby you’ll also find several public parking spaces and a parking garage.

Storgatan 46
903 26 Umeå
090 77 88 70
+4690 77 88 70

  • 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.