The City of Gothenburg is working on a new exciting renovation project in Skeppsbron, which will completely regenerate the area over the next couple of years. This will include a new tram line connecting our hotel to the rest of the city. During this time, parking and access around the hotel may be impacted and we are working closely with Gothenburg council to minimise the impact for our guests.
We offer secure parking available 24 hours a day in our own carpark and Gothenburg council have provided 300 additional spaces in P-Arken (parking boat) to support during this time. Our secure parking spaces are limited so make sure to reserve your parking space when making your room reservation.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us, additionally on arrival our reception team are always on hand to help you with any information.
FESKEKÖRKA (Fish Church)
This historic building dates back to 1874 and was originally built as the fishmarket and auction in Gothenburg. Now, there are several seafood restaurants and shops all with fresh seafood straight from the sea.
Distance from the hotel: 5 minutes walk
Kungsgatan (Kings Street) is a 930 metres long pedestrian street famous for shopping, cafées and restaurants. The street leads on to Kungstorget where you will find Saluhallen and a cinema. Avenyn with more designer shops is only a few minutes walk from here.
Distance from the hotel: 7 minutes walk
The beautiful Opera House is located by the harbour which you can see reflected in its architecture. Go for a stroll around the building or enjoy an opera, musical or dance performance.
Distance from hotel: 10 minutes walk
Haga is also known as the historic district and already in 1637 the area was first mentioned in books. The area is famous for markets, boutiques and café’s that are nestled along the pebbled streets and beautiful old buildings. We would recommend to start exploring from Haga Nygata.
Distance from the hotel: 10 minutes walk to Haga Nygata
Sample freshly baked bread, cheese, olives, pastries, meats and much more at Saluhallen Kungstorget, a must visit for foodies!
Distance from the hotel: 11 minutes walk
This fortress was built in 1687 and was never drawn into battle. In the mid 1800´s the fortress was used as a prison and later as emergency housing. Today, it is a military museum and offers one of the best panoramic views of Gothenburg.
Distance from the hotel: 20 minutes walk via Haga Nygata
Älvsnabben ferry departs from Rosenlund and it combines the two sides of Göta Älv. Ferries operate frequently and daily.
Distance from hotel: 5 minutes walk
Lilla Bommen: Day cruises around the Gothenburg archipelago, some cruises also include seafood buffets and entertainment on board.
Distance from hotel: 15 minutes walk
Stena Line ferries are located at Masthuggskajen. Here you can take daily ferries over to Fredrikshavn in Denmark.
Distance from hotel: 20 minutes walk