There is always something new at Stora Hotellet in Umea and Gotthards Krog. Here you can find news, packages and offers.
Winter holiday includes
• Accomondation in double room or family room
• Voucher* Food & Beverage value 700 SEK (valid at Gotthards Krog or Kulturbageriet)
• Stora Hotellet luxury breakfastbuffet
Package offer, 2 adults, 1.990 SEK / double room / night
Package offer, 2 adults + 2 kids,
2.190 SEK / family room / night
Valid during 2018, march 2 – 11, subject of availability.
Sunday luxury for two people includes
• Accommodation in double room "Adventure"
• 3-course dinner at Gotthards Krog
• Stora Hotellet luxury hotel breakfast
Price per person, 895 SEK/night
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.