Margretetorp lies where the Hallandsås ridge meets the Scanian plain with wide views over the Bjärehalvön peninsula, Skälderviken’s bay and Kullaberg. In times gone by travellers stopped here before or after the dangerous journey over the ridge. Today Margretetorp is visited for other reasons but the visitor still finds the same timeless values of inspiration, recreation, good company and being able to recharge.
References Category Boutique hotel
Hotel Pigalle is a unique and exiting french inspired Boutique Hotell. Centrally located in Brunnsparken, in the historic Palace building built in 1749. The rooms have been completely refurbished in 2013 with the goal of highlighting the unique history of the building.
Our colours and design are inspired by the sinful Paris of the early 1900’s. You can expect luxury, but above all warmth, personality and passion.
Our hand-sketched rooms have what it takes to meet your desires and fulfil your wishes. These are rooms to fall in love with, if only for one unforgettable night.
We also dare to promise that our imaginative restaurant Atelier and the voluptuous Bar Amuse will quench other types of hunger and thirst.
There is a world outside Hotel Pigalle, but there is nothing in it that you need.
Offering elegant, individually designed rooms, this hotel is located next to Nordstan Shopping Centre and just 5 minutes’ walk from Gothenburg Central Station. It provides free Wi-Fi and a lobby bar. Atelier serves a daily breakfast.
Housed in a building from 1749, Hotel Pigalle offers unique colourful rooms with a large flat-screen TV, seating area and carpeted floors. Each of the marbled bathrooms includes a shower.
Brunnsparken Tram Stop, just 100 metres away, takes guests to Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre in 8 minutes. Within a 15-minute walk is Ullevi Arena and Avenyn, Gothenburg’s main street.
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