Book room here

The Lobby project

Information about our renovation. Until mid May our new entrance will be on Vasagatan 11. The entrance to the hotel is the firs door on the left and you will find the front desk at the 1st floor. Breakfast will be served on the ground floor until May 3. May 4-13 on level one and move back to the ground floor from May 14. Some date adjustments may occur. We apologize for disturbing work until May 21 when our new restaurant and breakfast room, bar, lobby and front desk opens.

Nordic Light Hotel in collaboration with
Saunders architecture and Studio Markus Bergström.
In order to follow increasing demand in our restaurant and to meet our guests’ high expectations, we will once again launch a new concept in May 2018.
Will create Stockholm’s most central hub with focus on Nordic flavors.
We will build a modern Nordic restaurant that, with open minds and traditional values, interprets Nordic design, craftsmanship and sustainability.
Together with world-renowned architects and some of the best furniture designers in the Nordic region, we will create a restaurant focusing on innovative neo-Nordic cooking and top-class service.
You are most welcome to come and visit us and see how the project evolves. We will gladly tell you more about it!

Best regards,

David Bergling, General Manager
Simon Åkerberg, Food & Beverage Manager

Saunders Architecture was founded by the Canadian architect Todd Saunders in 1998. Saunders has lived and worked in Bergen since 1996, following his studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax and McGill University in Montreal. He continues to combine teaching with practice and has been a part-time teacher at the Bergen Architecture School since 2001. Saunders has lectured and taught at schools in Norway, Scandinavia, the UK and Canada and was a visiting professor at The University of Quebec in Montreal and Cornell University in the USA.

Markus Bergström is a designer, creative director and academic. He lectures at HDK, Gothenburg university, and has taught at a number of places including Central Saint Martins, Hochschule Luzern, SVA and The Cass. He trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen and later at The Royal College of Art, London, graduating in 2006 (MFA)