The Unknown Part Of Sweden at Elite Plaza Hotel
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Elite Plaza Hotel, Gustav Adolfs Torg, Malmö, Sweden

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Superior Double

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Adults 2
Check-in: Oct 25, 2018
Check-out: Oct 28, 2018
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Description :

Superior is an inviting room with views of Gustav Adolf Square, Per Weijersgatan or the courtyards. Sleep well in a comfortable double bed, relax and work if you want to.  

Superior is equipped with a work area and all the amenities you need, wifi and wired internet connection, TV, minibar, safety box, hairdryer and a well-equipped bathroom. There is also tea and coffee in the room. 


Room Amenities :

  • Hair dryer
  • Safe
  • Wi-Fi
  • Minibar
  • LCD TV
  • Bathrobes
  • Room Service

Included

Accommodation in a spacious room 
Generous breakfast
Free access to spa and gym
Tea and coffee in-room

 

Sweden’s third-largest city has a progressive contemporary feel; home to Scandinavia's tallest building, beautiful parks, edgy contemporary museums and some superb cuisine. Add to this the Öresund bridge, connecting the city to cool cat, Copenhagen, and you have a dynamic urban conglomeration.    


It's no surprise then that Malmö is also Sweden’s most multicultural metropolis – 150 nationalities make up the headcount here, with Middle Eastern street stalls, Italian coffee culture and hipster skateboard parks countering the town’s intrinsic Nordic reserve.

Even the city’s historic core echoes its multicultural past. The showpiece square of Stortorgetevokes Hamburg more than Stockholm, while nearby Lilla Torg is a chattering mass of alfresco supping and half-timbered Danish lookalike houses.

Gamla Staden (Old Town) is Malmö’s heart, while the castle, Malmöhus Slott, stands proudly in its leafy park setting. Across the canal is the snazzy redeveloped harbour precinct, home to some excellent cafes and restaurants.

Malmö is Sweden's third largest city with a population of over 300,000, and the capital of the province of Skåne (Scania) on the southern tip of the country. Malmö is a port city on the Öresund strait, facing Copenhagen on its other bank, with which it is connected by the Öresund bridge. Together, the two cities form a duopolis and a core of a larger Oresund region spanning parts of Denmark and Sweden.

Malmo has a progressive contemporary feel; home to Scandinavia's tallest building, beautiful parks, edgy contemporary museums and some superb cuisine. Add to this the Öresund bridge, connecting the city to cool cat, Copenhagen, and you have a dynamic urban conglomeration.

Malmö used to be an industrial city, dependent on its port and shipbuilding industry, until the latter collapsed in late 20th century. It has then managed to recover and reinvent itself as a modern metropolis, a poster example of sustainable development and a thriving multicultural centre, even though it lacks the recognition as a major tourist destination like Copenhagen or Stockholm. Of note is Malmö's very well-developed bike infrastructure, for which Malmö is known as a very bike-friendly city (and indeed, biking is the preferred method of transportation there).

It's no surprise then that Malmö is also Sweden’s most multicultural metropolis – 150 nationalities make up the head count here, with Middle Eastern street stalls, Italian coffee culture and hipster skateboard parks countering the town’s intrinsic Nordic reserve.

Even the city’s historic core echoes its multicultural past. The showpiece square of Stortorgetevokes Hamburg more than Stockholm, while nearby Lilla Torg is a chattering mass of alfresco supping and half-timbered Danish lookalike houses.

Gamla Staden (Old Town) is Malmö’s heart, while the castle, Malmöhus Slott, stands proud in its leafy park setting. Across the canal is the snazzy redeveloped harbour precinct, home to some excellent cafes and restaurants.

Not to miss: 

  • Malmö Museum Tram
  • Malmöfestivalen - a free festival that takes place for eight days every year in August, with lots of cultural and culinary experiences.
  • Street shopping - the main shopping streets are Södergatan and Södra Förstadsgatan, where you can find all kinds of shops. Look out for Village, well designed homeware, at reasonable prices.
  • Gustav Adolfs torg. Surrounded on three sides by buildings containing shops and a McDonalds. At the center of the square is a bus platform. A cemetery lies at the south side of the square, through which one can reach Slottsparken, a beautiful park that surrounds Malmöhus
  • Malmöhus Castle
  • Stortorget. At the center of the Big Square is a statue of King Karl X Gustav of Sweden, who took the city from Danish dominion. The ornate Malmö City Hall (built in 1546) is on the east side, and in the northwest corner is Kockska Huset, the house of Jörgen Kock, a German immigrant who became mayor of the city and achieved wealth simply and directly: by taking control of the city mint. In the winter the square becomes a skating rink.
  • Lilla torg. The place for socializing and dining, with various restaurants having outdoor tables around the edge of the square

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Elite Plaza Hotel Malmö is centrally located at Gustav Adolfs torg. The hotel offers 116 tastefully furnished rooms with air conditioning, gym, relaxation area, conference facilities and an in-house parking garage. Next door you find the popular pub The Bishops Arms.
Within comfortable walking distance from Central Station along the Malmö‘s pedestrian street lies the Elite Plaza Hotel.
Elite Plaza Hotel Malmö is centrally located at Gustav Adolfs Torg, surrounded by restaurants and shops. The property was built in the late 1890s and is also known under the nickname "The Riviera" due to the white facade being reminiscent of the Mediterranean. The hotel offers 116 tastefully furnished rooms with air conditioning which ensures that the room temperatures is pleasant all year round. The hotel is also equipped with a gym, relaxation area, six spacious conference rooms with a total capacity of 250 people and an in-house parking garage. Next door you find the popular pub The Bishops Arms.
Malmö today has more to offer than ever! Take the opportunity to experience a brand new hotel, combined with, for example shopping in the city centre or perhaps even Copenhagen, playing golf at PGA of Sweden National GK or Rönnebäcks GK or why not a lovely spa package or a theatre weekend.


Hotel Reception

Check in : 03:00 PM
Check out : 12:00 PM


Hotel Amenities

Business Center
Laundry Service
Restaurant
Wi-Fi Internet
Bar Lounge
Parking
Fitness Center
Elevator
Pets Allowed

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