Ever been to a hotel where you can walk into the kitchen in your bathrobe, open the fridge, and take out whatever you fancy? Ett Hem proves that it does its utmost to make guests feel at home, and neither the kitchen nor the garden, the greenhouse, the library, or the sitting room are off-limits. Adding to this unique experience, Ett Hem now invites guests to its namesake restaurant, an intimate space seating just 30 patrons. Here, in the hands of head chef Leo Frodell and head sommelier Niklas Ödman, dining becomes an interactive spectacle, marrying the art of culinary finesse with the warmth of home. Chances are great you’ll never want to leave the premises during your stay.
Östermalm in Stockholm, Sweden, is often perceived as the city’s most upscale yet subdued district. But beneath its refined exterior lies a dynamic scene. The district surprises with an array of chic bars, top-tier restaurants and boutique shops. Key attractions such as the renowned Östermalm Saluhall food hall, the impressive Royal Dramatic Theatre, the Bergius botanic garden and the expansive Humlegården park show that Östermalm successfully merges Stockholm’s historic charm with contemporary appeal.