At Djurönäset they know exactly how to stimulate creativity, productivity and wellbeing among their guests. This 4-star hotel and conference facility can provide an enjoyable, relaxing stay as well as an activity-packed visit in the great outdoors. And best of all? It's just 45 minutes from Stockholm city centre.
Djurönäset consists of eight architect-designed buildings beautifully scattered out across a stunning archipelago island. They host meetings, conferences and training courses, as well as weddings, anniversaries and other special events. With some 274 rooms, they can accommodate up to 550 people. The hotel has a great reputation for service and flexible staff and in 2007 when it was renovated all the rooms were redecorated witth blonde wood elements and granite shelves, and given free internet access and beds from Carpe Diem. All the rooms and their colour palettes are inspired by the archipelago views from your window - natural Nordic tones.
If the view from the island's rocky heights, of passing boats on rolling waves, doesn't satisfy the most energetic of guests, there are plenty of activities to choose from. In the summer months there's football, volleyball, tennis, boules, sailing or a kayak tour around the entire island. When autumn draws in, there's a floodlit exercise track and all year round you can use the gym, a 15 metre long pool with a pool bar, a yoga room and a wood-fired sauna with a jetty and bathing ladder. The icing on the cake is the hotel's own spa in a separate builiding opposite the main entrance, where you can enjoy a body peel, facial or luxurious spa bath.
The sea air and all that activity can give you a serious appetite. At Djurönäset they have two restaurants; the hotel's own restaurant with panoramic views over the archipelago and the relaxed waterfront bistro Sjöboden, open during the summer months. Both restaurants serve seasonal menus created from locally-produced ingredients with Nordic flavours. You can hire Sjöboden for a crayfish party, 50th birthday party or a wedding. If you're a wine enthusiast, you can book a wine tasting and the sommelier will guide you through selected wines from Djurönäset's own 19th century wine cellar.
Lunches at Djurönäset are served buffet-style, with fish, meat and vegetarian options as well as a fantastic salad buffet. There's also soup and freshly baked bread every day.
It's also worth mentioning that Djurönäset has several certifications, including the Swan ecolabel, which is one of the leading environmental certifications in the world, and the Safe Hotels Alliance which is an international certification organisation for hotel and conference safety. Djurönäset is also one of around 100 facilities in Sweden selected by Svenska Meetings.