It’s no wonder Hotel Royal has become one of Gothenburg’s historical landmarks. It was built already in 1852 which makes it the city’s oldest hotel. The first cornerstone of the building was placed in 1850 and two years later Sundbecks Nya Hotel För Resande, which eventually changed its name to Hotel Royal, was opened.
The hotel has received numerous facelifts over the years in order to meet the standards of modern travelers. It has been managed by the Oddestad family for 38 years now. They have preserved the atmosphere of the building very carefully and kept stunning interiors dating to the end of the 19th century: there’s for example a hand painted glass ceiling, beautifully patterned stone floors and an Art Nouveau staircase with hand-forged banisters.
During its whole existence, the most important thing for the hotel has been to provide outstanding guest experience and personal service. Daily fika (coffee and cake) are served every day.Visit hotel website