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What We Love

  • Kicking back in super-cool rooms with sleek décor, gorgeous bathrooms and lots of luxuries
  • Admiring the statement-making art selected by acclaimed Swedish curator Sune Nordgren

What To Know

  • Explore Stockholm one of the hotel's bike rentals
  • Check out the sea views from the sun terrace
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Design-forward hotel in the Brunkebergstorg 6 district, with rooftop views and a curated art collection

The Lowdown

With a mission to redefine the concept of hotel art, the glossy At Six hotel in Stockholm’s Brunkebergstorg 6 district keeps things hip and cool, making headlines for its design collaborations—most impressively with the award-winning British interior architects Universal Design Studio and Swedish art curator Sune Nordgren. All 343 rooms and suites exude style, without overstatement—it’s all in the intriguing details, from the supremely comfortable beds by Swedish Hilding Anders to the marble desks and oak window bays. You can expect subtle touches of luxury too, like the organic toiletries by c/o Gerd of Swedish Lapland. After a day of sightseeing, sample top-notch cuisine with European and international influences at the flagship restaurant, then relax on the rooftop terrace of the adjacent Tak while soaking up the beautiful views across the city.

In the Area

Stockholm’s Brunkebergstorg 6 district is right in the heart of the action. Days can be spent admiring works by Matisse and Picasso at the Moderna Musee, taking a boat tour to acquaint yourself with the city’s island layout, getting your groove on at the superb ABBA: The Museum, and shopping at the chic boutique and designer shops right on your doorstep.

How to Get There

At Six
Brunkebergstorg 6
Stockholm, 111 51 Sweden


4.5 Very Good 918 Reviews
One of the best!
Reviewed 5 hours ago

I must say I was not expecting this hotel to impress me so much! The comfort, location, design, spotless cleanliness and all items you might need in a room. They cover everything you need during your stay. Breakfast was superb.
I cannot think of any other options for my next stays in Stockholm.

Comfortable beds & great breakfast
Reviewed 2 days ago

A cool hotel with modern design. The beds with lots of pillows were very comfortable. Well eqipped rooms, the fan in the bathroom ess a little disturbing Dyring the night. Great gym with possibility to book a personal trainer. Fantastic location very close to Sergels Torg, Gallerian and all attractions.

I’ve stayed many times
Reviewed 4 days ago

I tried a few hotels in Stockholm, however At Six is by far the best so far,
It’s clean, modern with very comfortable beds which is so important when you travel frequently. The room service is v good and the staff are excellent, I can’t recommend highly enough. They’ve just upgraded me to a suite again which is just lovely.

Great hotel in a great city
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a great hotel!!

Facilities are great, rooms are nice and big, gym was great and well kept, and the restaurant on level 5 has great buffet breakfast. Everything is well thought of and well maintained.

Service at this hotel is one of the best I’ve experienced in the world. Swedish people are very friendly in general and that has certainly carried into this hotel.

Thanks for making my stay so comfortable and amazing.

Luxurious hotel in a great location
Reviewed 1 week ago

When you walk through the doors it feels like you're entering a luxury hotel, with statues and pieces of art littering the lobby. Service is always great at checkin and staff always seem ready to help out

The bar on the first floor is great and there is free pool table for anyone to use whilst you drink their house made cocktails... just don't drink 18 of them and lose a high stakes matchup.

The room itself is dark and moody... in a good way. One slight issue is that the curtains sometimes take about 5 minutes to fully close as there always seems to be a shaft of light peaking through. Overall a really nice hotel, if on the higher end of the budget scale.