First AC Hotels-branded property opens in Sweden

by | 19 Nov 2020 | Hotel Openings, Projects

Boasting harmonious interiors by Living Design, AC Hotels’ Swedish debut offers the perfect opportunity for guests to work or relax in stylish surroundings.

Marriott International is expanding its lifestyle offering with the launch of a new hotel in Stockholm under the AC Hotels umbrella. We find out more about this elegant property.

Form and function in Stockholm

Marriott’s design-led AC Hotels brand is already turning plenty of heads after successfully making its debut in Sweden. AC Hotel Stockholm Ulriksdal is a contemporary property located in the Solna business park in the north of the city.

“We’re delighted to expand the AC Hotels EMEA portfolio to Sweden and invite travellers to experience a destination that matches the brand’s passion for clean and timeless design,” said Jenni Benzaquen, vice president of brand for EMEA at Marriott International.

Stylish and sophisticated design

The hotel’s interior design, overseen by Living Design, prioritises the marriage of form and function, resulting in the creation of harmonious and fluid spaces in both public and private areas. The material palette chosen is calming and chic, with walnut stealing the show, and there’s a clean and modern aesthetic that pairs perfectly with the upscale lifestyle offering of the AC Hotels brand.

This 223-key property boasts five types of guest accommodation – standard king, standard queen, standard single, deluxe king and junior suite. All of the different rooms and suites are designed to be free of unnecessary clutter, ensuring guests have plenty of space to move around comfortably.

Residents can mingle with each other in the AC Lounge, a coworking and collaborative space that transforms into a social hub at night – and there’s also a state-of-the-art gym and wellness centre and spa onsite.

Let’s take a look at some other eye-catching hotel projects in Sweden:

Clarion Hotel Draken Gothenburg

Clarion Hotel SeaU Helsingborg

Scandic Hotel Landvetter Airport



AC Hotels was born from the vision of Spanish hotelier Antonio Catalan - who wanted to create a new kind of stay for a new kind of traveller that prefers to have fewer things, but expects them to be better than good.