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Cozy Rooms

 

Sleep is extremely important, but it’s hard to get enough of it. We’ve got to admit that the design of our 19 rooms is pretty exciting. So we’ve equipped them with thoughtful amenities that include:

 
 

• Handcrafted luxury Hästens Swedish beds
• Selection of luxury pillows
• Luxurious Frette bed linens
• Each room comes with a much-coveted beach parking permit
• Beach bags, towels umbrellas and beach chairs
• Free Wi-Fi
• Bed and desk side USB charging hubs

• Tivoli Bluetooth radios and speakers
• Fully stocked mini bars
• Curated art work in each room
• Jonathan Baker luxury bath and beauty products
• Bath tubs in most rooms

 

COZY ROOMS


SONJA HENJE

LOCATION: Ground Floor  |  BED: Queen  |  MAX OCCUPANCY: 2  |  SQ. FT.: 190  |  PETS ALLOWED: Yes

An ice-queen’s room in icy pink and grey tones, with neat skating features. The unusual biography of the Norwegian Olympic figure skating champion and Hollywood actress, Sonja Henie, inspired the décor of this room. The daughter of a fur wholesaler, Sonja Henie received her first pair of ice skates when she was six. At 14, she was the Norwegian Skating Champion. Sonja won the gold medal for figure skating at the 1928, 1932, and 1936 Winter Olympics.


ROALD AMUNDSEN

LOCATION: 2nd Floor  |  BED: Queen  |  MAX OCCUPANCY: 2  |  SQ. FT.: 160|  PETS ALLOWED: No

A Norwegian exploration: corner room with snowflake tapestry,  attributed to the Norwegian polar explorer, R. Amundsen, who was the first person to reach both the North and South Pole in the beginning of the 20th century.This room is for couples that are really, really in love and will enjoy cozy small spaces, as it is our smallest hotel room.

“Adventure is just bad planning,” said Roald Amundsen, and yet his life was an adventure; beginning, middle and end. The Norwegian adventurer was the first to sail through the North West Passage (1903 - 1906), the first to conquer the South Pole (1911), and was likely the first to plant a flag at the North Pole (1926).


TOVE JANSSON

LOCATION: 2nd Floor  |  BED: Queen  |  MAX OCCUPANCY: 2  |  SQ. FT.: 200  |  PETS ALLOWED: Yes

A positively breezy room, just as could be found in The Moominvalley, with shabby-chic furnishings. Attention light sleepers, in this room you’ll notice the creaking and cracking of a whimsical old house.

Jansson was a Swedish-speaking Finnish novelist, painter, honorary Professor of Philosophy, illustrator, and comic strip author. She was the author of, among other works, the Moomin books. Her first Moomin story was published in 1945. “In nearly every Moomin story there are characters that lose themselves and the feeling that they exist: in other words, their identity. In the end, however, they manage to find their true selves and can feel alive again.”


H.C. ANDERSEN

LOCATION: 2nd Floor  |  BED: Queen  |  MAX OCCUPANCY: 2  |  SQ. FT.: 200  |  PETS ALLOWED: Yes

A magical fairytale room with matched décor. H.C. Andersen (1805-1875) was a Danish children’s author, whose memorable stories are popular all over the world. 

Unlike the Brothers Grimm, HCA’s works were not based on folk tales, but rather created from his own imagination. His fairy tales include: The Princess and the pea, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, The Snow Queen, The Little Mermaid, Thumbelina, The Little Match Girl and The Ugly Duckling. 


ASTRID LINDGREN

LOCATION: 2nd Floor  |  BED: Queen  |  MAX OCCUPANCY: 2  |  SQ. FT.: 200  |  PETS ALLOWED: Yes

A colorful patchwork room à la Pippi Longstocking, with a particularly happy bathroom. Attention light sleepers, in this room you’ll notice the creaking and cracking of a whimsical old house.

The ever-so famous Swede Astrid Lindgren based her books on childhood memories. However, Pippi Longstocking, one of her most prominent characters, was invented to motivate her daughter Karin, who was, at the time, ill and bed-ridden. 9-year-old Pippi is unconventional, assertive, and has superhuman strength. 


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