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
LOCATION: 3rd Floor | BED: King + Day Bed | MAX OCCUPANCY: 2 | SQ. FT.: 225 | PETS ALLOWED: No
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.
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.
LOCATION: Ground Floor - Greenhouse | BED: King + Sofa Bed | MAX OCCUPANCY: 3 | SQ. FT.: 300 | PETS ALLOWED: Yes
An opulent suite dedicated to a soprano, with a windowed sitting room overlooking the town pond, a lush chaise longue and lots of velvet. Attention light sleepers, this room is exposed to the sound of happy people in the Sunroom Lounge.
At 28, Miss Nilsson made her operatic debut at the Royal Opera in Stockholm on October 9, 1946 as Agathe in ‘Der Freischütz’ with only 3 days notice. A brief year later, Nilsson began her stellar ascent as Lady Macbeth. In 1984 she retired to her home town in southern Sweden, having traveled far from the days as a farmer’s daughter: fame, fortune, awards, and having her image as Turandot on a postage stamp.
LOCATION: 3rd Floor | BED: Twin or King | MAX OCCUPANCY: 2 | SQ. FT.: 395 | PETS ALLOWED: Yes
Straight out-of-Africa: a generous colonial room with a claw foot tub, tranquil sitting area and lots of exotic knick knacks.
Danish Karen Blixen is most famous for her memoir, ‘Out of Africa’, but she was also the author of ‘Babette’s Feast’, which in itself is a feast. In 1914, Blixen married her second cousin, Baron Bror Blixen of Sweden, thereby acquiring the title Baroness. The couplemoved to Africa to create their own fortune in coffee. Her talent for hospitality in Kenya attracted a variety of aristocratic and bohemian friends. The good times came to an end in the 1930's, and Karen’s family sold her property to Remi Martin. She left Africa, never to return again. In the Second World War, Karen helped smuggle Jews out of German-occupied Denmark. Though twice nominated, she failed to win the Nobel Prize.
ELIEL & EERO SAARINEN
LOCATION: 3rd Floor | BED: King + Sofa Bed | MAX OCCUPANCY: 2+2 | SQ. FT.: 385 | PETS ALLOWED: Yes
A spacious room with eclectic architectural features, distinct hints of ‘Space-age modernism’ and an en-suite living room with a pull-out sofa.
Both Eliel and his son Eero wereborn in Finland and emigrated together to the United States in 1923. The elder, Eliel, had a profound interest in the total idea of the city and designed entire city districts of Helsinki, but they were never finished due to high expenses. Eero, who learnt from his dad, was a fluid architect whose new vision created some of the most familiar structures in the United States, including the TWA Flight Center at JFK, Washington Dulles International Airport, the Kresge Auditorium at MIT, and the famous Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.
HER ROYAL HIGHNESS
LOCATION: 2nd Floor | BED: King | MAX OCCUPANCY: 2+2 | SQ. FT.: 310 | PETS ALLOWED: No
A sun-filled room with rich red carpets, velvet arm chairs and a separate bed-chamber, for queens, princesses or anyone who feels like one. Can be connected with His Majesty's room via a private hallway. Attention light sleepers, this room is exposed to the sound of happy diners in TheRestaurant. Room can bee connected to His Majesty’s room.
This room is attributed to today’s Scandinavian queens, princesses and future monarchs to be. The royal families in Sweden, Denmark and Norway are pretty down to earth and prefer being out and about with their families and dogs rather than being cooped up inside wearing tiaras and uncomfortable uniforms. They embody the contemporary Scandinavian lifestyle and their friendships demonstrate the conviviality up north.
LOCATION: 2nd Floor | BED: King | MAX OCCUPANCY: 2+2 Kids | SQ. FT.: 270 | PETS ALLOWED: No
A truly royal room, with a deep red velvet living room, elegant tapestry and a marble bathroom with a free-standing claw foot tub. Can be connected with Her Royal Highness' room via a private hallway. Attention light sleepers, this room is exposed to the sound of happy diners in The Restaurant. Room can bee connected to Her Royal Highness’ room.
This room is attributed to today’s Scandinavian princes, kings and future monarchs to be. The royal families in Sweden, Denmark and Norway are pretty down to earth and prefer being out and about with their families and dogs rather than being cooped up inside wearing crowns and uncomfortable uniforms. They embody the contemporary Scandinavian lifestyle and their friendships demonstrate the conviviality up north.