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We have 19 individually designed Hotel Rooms

Check out each of our 16 rooms and 3 cottages, each dedicated and inspired by a Scandinavian celebrity. Choose by design or personality and play the part. The list below is organized from our largest cottage down to our coziest room.


Want to know which floor the rooms are situated on? Click your way through the rooms listed below and read the fact box on the right. As there's no elevator to take you to the second and third floor that information might come in handy if you travel with heavy luggage or a wheel chair.

Verner Panton

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A modern suite with a flashy and innovative interior in white and orange, including a separate sofa area. This top-floor room leans on the design of the famous futuristic Danish interior decorator Verner Panton. 
In 1950, the Danish Architect, Verner Panton, met a man who was to become one of the greatest creative influences in his life: Arne Jacobsen. Panton assisted him from 1950 to 1952 on various projects and learned more from him than anyone else. Behind the gentle elegance of Jacobsen’s work lay obsessive research in new materials and technologies which inspired Panton.


A master of the fluid, futuristic style of 1960s design, which introduced the Pop aesthetic to furniture and interiors, Verner was first part of the ‘Beat Generation’, traveling through Europe during the mid-1950s in a battered old Volkswagen camper that he had customized into a mobile studio.


Panton, who earned a knight's cross, will always be remembered for turning chairs, lamps, rugs … everyday household items into whimsical art. 

Room type Magnificent
Room size 225 ft²/21 m²
Floor 3rd
View Town pond
Hästens® bed King
Extra bed Yes
Desk Yes
Fireplace No
Safe Yes
Shower/tub Combined
Toiletries Malin + Goetz
Bathrobes Yes
Clogs Bespoke
Room Service Always
Minibar Yes
Coffee French press
Tea Our own
Aromatherapy Yes
Plants Yes
Pets No
WiFi Of course
AC Yes
TV Two, 32" & 28''
DVD player Yes
Speaker Stellé
Noise buster Sound+Sleep
Ironing gear Yes
Photo Art
Sebastiaan Bremer