Hotel Conrad- several houses from different ages
Hotel Conrad consists of three houses of different styles, as they are from different ages; the 70s, the 80s and a protected turn-of-the-century house. They are called “röda” (the red), “gula” (the yellow) and “kulturhuset” (the culture house). The houses have been renovated several times in different styles.
The Red House
The main entrance and reception are situated in the Red House, built in 1971. The rooms are warm and cozy, with solid cherry wood furniture, and some of the textile come from Designer’s Guild. Only the ground floor of this house is left in its original design. Our entrance does not match the inside. It is up for renovation, but we have chosen to do it last, as we feel our guests are better served by good hotel rooms.
The Yellow House
The Yellow House was built in the 80s and recently underwent an extensive renovation. The local decorators from “The home company” did the decor, and the house received a trendy new atmosphere. We are now very proud of this house. In the basement we have a spa with two saunas. Take your time to relax and enjoy your stay at Hotel Conrad!
The Culture House
The culture house is an old city court yard from the late 18th century, and was occupied by Cyrillus Reiig, who was one of the city’s builders of the time. The house is protected for its cultural value. This is a good thing, since grandfather Conrad would have been glad to tear it down had things been different. The culture house contains our mini-suites, which are warmly decorated in a classic style with cherry wood and good quality textiles. The attic rooms are different; white rooms with white lounge chairs. The ceiling beams make the room very special. The shape of the rooms make it impossible to install a double bed. Instead there are two spacious 105cm beds along the wall, headboard to headboard.