Hotell Reisen, which currently trades as First Hotel Reisen, is joining Hyatt on 1st December.
Hyatt has announced its first hotel in Sweden, and it is opening very soon.
It isn’t entirely clear how it will work. From 1st December it will be bookable on the Hyatt website – and presumably be available for earning and spending World of Hyatt points – but will not be part of any Hyatt brand.
From ‘early 2021’ it will join The Unbound Collection. I imagine that the delay is down to certain improvements being needed to bring what is currently a four star hotel up to scratch.
‘The Unbound Collection’ is the Hyatt brand comprising leading independent hotels which want to be part of Hyatt’s marketing system. It is very similar to Marriott’s Autograph Collection or Hilton’s Curio Collection. There are some impressive hotels there at the moment, including Great Scotland Yard in London. Hotel Du Palais in Biarritz joins next Spring.
Hotell Reisen appears to have a lovely location in the heart of Stockholm’s Old Town and overlooking the harbour. Parts of the building, which stretches across five old warehouses, date back to the 17th century. As with many Stockholm hotels, however, it does have some very small standard rooms.
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