Dear Miss Clara,

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Located at Sveavägen 48 in Stockholm — one of the most bustling urban addresses in Sweden, Miss Clara Hotel by Nobis Group was definitely a found treasure during my first visit in the Nordic region.  High ceilings, expansive windows facing Sveavägen boulevard, marble bathrooms and  interiors  harking back to the Art Nouveau movement, Miss Clara offered a truly luxurious yet cool experience.  
The 92-room hotel is housed in the former Ateneum girls’ school building, erected in 1910. The building was designed by architects Hagström & Ekman and is considered one of Stockholm’s most exquisite Art Nouveau edifices. In April 2014, Miss Clara opened its doors after the old girls’ school has been transformed into an elegant and comfortable international business hotel by Wingårdhs, one of Sweden’s leading and most internationally renowned architecture firms, under the leadership of architect Gert Wingårdh. Miss Clara is one of those hotels where you ALWAYS get a warm welcome and an unforgettable experience.
Rooms *****, Value *****,  Service ****, Location *****
M.
Photos: Eva Rubia
Tuxedo: Hardy Amies, Bow-tie: Gieves&Hawkes, Getaway bag: Zoobeetle