Stockholm’s finest hotel opened its doors in 1874, right next to the capital’s National museum, opposite the royal palace and medieval Old Town. Its classic attitude meets modern design to create an opulent, high-ceilinged glamour that makes the Grand Hôtel truly deserving of its name. A neutral palette, marble bathrooms and inviting sofas furnish every room, culminating in the colossal Princess Lilian suite – a panoramic two-bedroom wonder with a grand piano, dinner table that can seat a dozen, private spa and cinema.
The hotel’s restaurants include a Michelin-starred bistro; a smart space dedicated to vegetarian fare; and more relaxed outposts for a traditional smörgåsbord experience. A sprawling spa, meanwhile, specialises in Nordic bathing rituals and Arctic detox massages. If these credentials were not quite Swedish enough, try the fact that the Noble Prize ceremony was held in the Grand Hôtel’s hall of mirrors from 1901 to 1929. A nonpareil establishment.
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.