Geberit AquaClean in Sweden: Grand Hôtel Stockholm
Grand Hôtel Stockholm (imagery: © Andy Liffner)
Grand Hôtel Stockholm is dazzling with renewed splendour after undergoing an extensive refurbishment of 19 rooms and suites. In the bathroom, the hotel relies on state-of-the-art toilet technology from Geberit.
Located in the heart of the Swedish capital, Grand Hôtel Stockholm has been a prominent venue for hosting international celebrities, major celebrations and many other memorable occasions since 1874. It is also just a stone’s throw away from two of Stockholm’s most famous tourist attractions – the Royal Palace and the old town of Gamla Stan.
New atmospheric experience
With its renovation work now complete, Grand Hôtel Stockholm has succeeded in combining a sense of locality with an international twist.
The rooms are now more stunning than ever in a modern Scandinavian style, which is complemented beautifully by carefully selected elements from Southern Europe and India to create an international feel.
The element of water
The carefully selected bathroom equipment also ties in perfectly with the luxurious atmosphere of the hotel. The bathrooms have been kitted out with the latest toilet technology both in front of and behind the wall.
The built-in AquaClean shower toilets from Geberit reflect just how important the element of water is in the city of Stockholm. Every guest can treat themselves to the experience of cleaning with water after using the toilet, as a gentle jet of water helps to create a feeling of wellbeing like no other.
The universal Geberit Duofix installation element is positioned behind the wall, while the Geberit Sigma10 actuator plates with water-saving stop-and-go flush actuation round off this high-quality range of bathroom equipment.
Find the perfect washbasin tap to suit every scenario in public and semi-public areas: thanks to the flexible power supply via mains, battery or Geberit generator, Geberit touchless taps can be used virtually anywhere without a hitch.
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