Nobis Hospitality Group has just opened the doors to Blique in Stockholm’s Vasastan district. Founded in 1987 by Alessandro Catenacci, Nobis Hospitality Group is a family-owned group of first-class hotels, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and meeting and event venues in Stockholm, expanding into international markets. Blique by Nobis is a living hotel in Stockholm.
Conceived originally by celebrated architect Sigurd Lewerentz and now gloriously reborn at the hands of Swedish stararchitect Gert Wingårdh, Blique by Nobis is a fitting testament to the many fine art galleries that surround it in the vibrant Stockholm neighborhood of Vasastan.
Historically and esteemed venues
Many of the Nobis Hospitality Group venues are housed in remarkable, historically prominent and esteemed venues. This 249-room property is occupying a 1930s industrial warehouse. A social and organic venue for design, architecture, arts, food, music, and drinks, the property serves as a natural hub for artists and creative travelers alike.
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Using raw materials to underpin its original heritage, metal and steel complement the concrete surfaces, which are then softened with tactile leathers, textiles and timber. Nobis Hospitality Group is not a chain or a franchise. Each hotel, restaurant, club and venue in the group has its own distinctive personality, based on its individual history and tradition.
A Living Hotel in Stockholm
Here, amid a hotel, a courtyard, several restaurants and bars, and a rooftop terrace with breathtaking views of Stockholm, Blique by Nobis appears as a warm, welcome, and inspiring city retreat.
A Living Hotel in Stockholm, written by Tor Kjolberg