This hidden gem of a hotel is located in Växjö, Sweden. We stayed here in July and fell in love with the design, service, and dining. Architect, Jonas Lindvall, is responsible for the building and interiors. We were so taken by his design that we purchased a book of his work.
We booked our hotel reservation directly on their website.
The PM & Vänner Michelin starred restaurant is absolutely worth the trip. Although, while we visited the main dining room was closed for the summer. We ended up eating in the bistro which was spectacular.
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