We offer one of Stockholm’s most stunning meeting room with a view over Wasahamnen, with all the modern technology. Breakfast and coffee is served in the lounge, where a private cloakroom is avaliable.


    Projectors, screens, flip chart / white board, hearing loop, conference phone and free Wi-Fi.

    Number of seats

    Number of persons: Max 56 people. Also suitable for smaller companies.

    Included in the price:  Free entrance to the museum during the opening hours, water, modern technology, pads an pens.


    Please contact us with a request and we will send you a quote shortly.

    Contact: 0046 (0)8 1213 1312 or




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