Vadstena Klosterhotel

Lassarettsgatan 3, Klosterområdet 592 24 Vadstena
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Double room with a lake view

 

The main building at Klosterhotellet is one of the buildings preserved from the medieval monastery and is one of Sweden's oldest buildings; the 18th century monastery of the Holy Birgitta. The tight style of the rooms is reminiscent of the simple environment of the nuns, but comfort meets today's modern requirements.

This means that we operate our business in one of the oldest and largest profane buildings with Q-marking * in Sweden. It is a requirement of the Riksantikvarieämbetet and the National Museum of History that our rooms in the main building have a simplicity to preserve the feel of a medieval monastery and to preserve our cultural heritage. Therefore there is no elevator or other amenities that can be considered self-evident as in newly built premises. However, we have several hotel buildings that cater to other requests for convenience.

* Q marking may give buildings or areas of particular valuable historical, cultural, environmental or artistic point of view and should not be confused and protected according to the Planning and Building Act.

There are 31 double rooms with shower and toilet, some with bubble bath, as well as telephone, TV, hairdryer, kettle and minibar. Ironing board and iron are provided in each corridor and there is a shoe box on floor two. Here is also Konvent conference room as well as the Afzeliussalong lounge with fireplace, piano and a terrace facing the Vättern. From here you will also reach Kungasalen, Korsgången, Gräsgården and Nunnorns chapel.

History

The crossroads of the Nunnekloster (once for sacred processions) are here as well as the glass door that leads you to Gräsgården. The farm was named by Holy Birgitta. Here you had planted the most beautiful flowers, the most fragrant spices and some shady trees that would attract birds and butterflies. The view of the grassyard was that the nuns would be staying in this enchanting environment and thinking; When it's beautiful on earth how beautiful is it going to be in heaven?

From the grass farm you also see the large brick house that does not look so remarkable but really is remarkable. This is Sweden's oldest non-religious building, initially a royal palace from 1253, here is the King's Hall. Next to the Kungasalen is the Chapel of the Nunnas with the beautiful murals.

At the top of each door enter the hotel rooms, there are different personal names, those who donated money for renovation during the 1950s

 

Facilities
  • Closet
  • Fan
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Desk
  • Pets not allowed
  • No smoking
  • Bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Shower
  • WC
  • Flat screen TV
  • Phone
  • Free WiFi
  • Kettle
  • Minibar
  • Mineral water
  • Wakeup service
  • Lake view

 

Roominfo
  • No. of persons in regular beds: 2
  • Max no. of x-beds: 0
  • Min no. of persons: 1
  • Max no. of persons: 2
  • Double bed

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