Need to know
82, including six suites.
Noon, but flexible. The earliest check-in time is 3pm.
Double rooms from $118.15 (SEK1,071), excluding tax at 12 per cent.
Rates exclude buffet breakfast (SEK195 each).
The on-site gym has a spinning bike, cross trainer and running machine, as well as some free weights, open from 7am to 11pm every day.
At the hotel
Gym, free WiFi, fresh fruit, library, laundry, late-night bar, Berns club and a concert venue (Stora Salongen). In every room, there's a flatscreen TV, and minibar; ensuite bathrooms have Malin & Goetz toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
The Clock Suite is the biggest, with views over the park. Room 608 is spacious and light, with a terrace garden. Junior suites feature designer interiors. Room 431 served as a dressing room for Ella Fitzgerald and Marlene Dietrich.
Deck shoes, eye-mask in summer (only three hours of darkness), contemporary-furniture wish list, duty-free booze and smokes.
Berns, the hotel's nightclub, features music from both resident and visiting DJs. Stora Salongen, the concert hall, has been showcasing Swedish and international acts since 1863; recent visitors include M83, Hurts and White Lies.
Welcome, but when the bars and club get busy, it’s not the best family environment. Cots and extra beds for children are available free of charge.