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HoboPart chic city retreat, part social hub, Hobo offers smart,...


Part chic city retreat, part social hub, Hobo offers smart, design-led accommodation, organic food, and creative amenities in Stockholm’s up-and-coming Brunkebergstorg area.

Conceived by prized Berlin based designer Werner Aisslinger, rooms range from cute, compact sleepers to stylish suites overlooking the Swedish capital. All trendy units are fitted with cool, clean furnishings, including bespoke Anders Hilding beds, and feature modern bathrooms along with unique peg-walls filled with gadgets you can borrow.

In addition to a friendly, innovative bar & restaurant, the hotel plays host to a variety of surprising events as well as a showroom where local artists and startups are invited to display their works.

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