Story Hotel Signalfabriken
Occupying a former manufacturing complex in Sundbyberg ad 1930, a dormitory neighbourhood in northwest Stockholm, Story Hotel Signalfabriken is the sequel to the first residentially inspired property of the same name, in the city centre. Interiors feature upcycled objects such as headboards fashioned from former doors, plenty of exposed brick and graffiti-tagged concrete columns, heavy-gauge metal stairways, and copper and steel finishes. Designer touches include quilted bed throws by Hay, elegant wire-framed Piña chairs by Jaime Hayon and artworks from local creatives Oscar and Theresa Merner.
Cozy, contemporary rooms come with floor-to-ceiling windows, a flat-screen TV, a (laptop) safe, a work desk and a minibar. Bathrooms feature rainfall showerheads, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. The duplex suites offer a separate sitting area and rollaway beds. Some rooms have whirlpool tubs. 24-hour room service.
There is a free daily buffet breakfast served at the restaurant "Brick No 6" in the adjacent former fire station. For lunch and dinner this gastro-lounge serves up a casual menu inspired by American diners and British pubs.
• 83 rooms
• Interiors: Koncept
✅Free on-site parking.
• Marabouparken: 800 metres
• Solna Business Park: 900 metres
• Solvalla: 2.1 km
• Friends Arena: 2.8 km
• Royal Palace: 9 km
• Skansen Museum: 11 km
• Gröna Lund Amusement Park: 11 km
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