This Luxury Hotel In Sweden Is So Secluded That You Need A Boat Or Chopper To Get Here

Luxury Hotel in Sweden
by Yogita Chainani
by Yogita Chainani 1898

The world is beautiful, and some places across the globe are worth visiting. And one such place is this luxury hotel in Sweden. Built on the tiny remote island of Hamneskar, this hotel is extraordinary in its way. For centuries, people feared the extremely hazardous waters of Hamneskar island, and in the late 19th century a lighthouse and a house for its keeper were built on the island, the lighthouse was called Pater Noster as a tribute to the seamen’s prayers. For decades, the house took care of generations of lightkeepers and now, a group of Swedish hoteliers and designers have turned the old house into Sweden’s new luxury destination hotel.

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The Property Can Accommodate Up To 18 Guests At A Time

The luxury property has nine rooms that can accommodate up to 18 guests. There’s also a restaurant, a bar and an outdoor cafe. The quaint hotel is designed by the award-winning Swedish hospitality design studio Stylt. The company has made sure to keep the marine charm in the design and has made it uber stylish! Bulkhead lighting painted wood-panelled walls and ceilings, and rustic furniture pieces speak about the property’s history. To make it appealing and gram-worthy, there are custom wallpapers and art prints displayed all over the property. 

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From Deep-Sea Diving to Sailing, Guests Can Enjoy A Plethora Of Activities 

In the cafe, the guests can enjoy freshly produced stuff, and the restaurant’s menu is all about local seafood. Are you planning a stay at this property? Well, you must know that you can only access this place via a RIB boat or a helicopter from the island of Marstrand or Gothenburg. Sounds thrilling, right? 

Apart from the vast ocean, you can also enjoy activities like- deep-sea fishing, sailing, scuba diving and meditation. Speaking about the design, Stylt’s founder and partner in the project Erik Nissen Johansen says, 

“In my 30 years of the hospitality business, I have rarely come across such a unique destination. It’s all there, the remote location, the fantastic nature, the extreme weather conditions, the thrilling history and soon, great hospitality with a dash of roughness and low-key luxury.”

Prices start at $560 per night and if you are interested in living at this property, then here are the contact details. 


Mirja Lilja Hagsjö, chief of operations

+46 73-324 77 04

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