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118 meters; 299 rooms on 34 floors – this is Scandic Victoria Tower. Sounds interesting, right?
“I want the Scandic Victoria Tower to be a dynamic meeting place, a beating heart of Kista where you can sit and work in the hotel lobby without feeling the need to buy anything. It should exude a sense of being a place where things happen,” says Helena Söderberg, General Manager of the Scandic Victoria Tower. (source)
From the same article, we find out that “the sequin dress inspired building designed by Gert Wingårdh, is clad in over 8,000 panes of triangular shaped glass. The interior of the entire hotel features designs by Vitra, Montana, Flos, Kasthall and Dinesen. The Sky Bar on the 34th floor offers guests magnificent views and Swedish tapas or “Swapas”. “
Comfort is a very important thing at a hotel. Feeling like you simply can enjoy any activity and not being pressured to buy something are also important for travelers. I have to admit that a hotel managing to achieve these goals is a hotel I’d like and appreciate. Let me enjoy my stay in your hotel and I’ll get back, I’ll recommend you. Make my stay miserable or uncomfortable and I won’t get back there and I’ll share my experience. And I know many people share my view.
Here you have the some photos and a description of services included.