The hotel’s target group is primarily business travellers and international staff who stay longer or shorter time periods but who appreciate a more exciting and personal hotel interior.
The Hub Hotel & Livingroom has opened. The hotel is located in the middle of Science City, just a stone’s throw away from Kistamassan in Stockholm. The Hub is offering creative room types and inspiring areas to live, work or just lounge.
”At the Hub, you use your mobile to check in, you lounge in our Livingroom, attend creative meetings or try your hand at shuffle ball or mind ball. It's really exciting to be able to offer different solutions than other hotels and this new product has had highly encouraging feedback from guests” says Hanna Dahlen, hotel manager at The Hub Hotel & Livingroom.
Among the new room types is The Office, for guests who look for a productive office environment, and The Longstay, for those who stay for longer periods offering expanded storage, kitchenette, laundromat and a communal guest kitchen with an adjoining lounge to meet with other “longstayers”.
The hotel’s target group is primarily business travellers and international staff who stay longer or shorter time periods but who appreciate a more exciting and personal hotel interior. For leisure travellers, the Hub is the new meeting place that offers relaxed socialising in an inspiring environment.
Enjoying the best possible location on Farogatan 9, neighbouring Kista Gallery and only a few minutes’ walk from Kistamassan, as well as excellent communication links to Stockholm City and Arlanda airport, The Hub Hotel and Livingroom is for all types of guests.
Stockholm and Kista are expanding rapidly and the need for modern and well adapted hotel rooms is growing. Kista is one of the world's strongest ICT-clusters with a large number of international organisations within the IT and communications industries.
The Hub Hotel & Livingroom has 149 rooms and is owned by the hotel property company Pandox AB (publ).
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