Hellstens Glashus is situated in the heart of the vibrant, hip and popular area Södermal. The Mariatorget metro station is right across the street. The history of the building dates back to the early 1900s when the posterior of the building was a metal works in which church bells for all over Sweden were formed. The house later housed a glaziery and printer. It was later rebuilt into a dance theatre with the appropriate name “The Glass House” which inspired the hotel name Hellstens Glashus. Indeed it is reinforced by the unique glass facade which has brought attention with its distinguished architecture. The 44 rooms of the hotel have free wifi access, TV, desk and private bath with a shower.
Between the unique glass facade and the brick walls from the former metalworks, you’ll find Glashuset Restaurant and Bar. A dazzling seven meters from floor to ceiling creates a special atmosphere in this extraordinary venue on Södermalm. It also includes an outdoor seating area where guests can soak up the Swedish summer. For reservations or more details, please email to email@example.com, or call +46 8 4600 7901.
Glashuset WY13 is a live venue where focus lies on original music and spontaneous meetings. With inspiration from NYC and the many live venues at Lower East Side, where big artists gladly performs for smaller audiences to keep a closeness to their fans, this is a scene where local and international musicians share the stage and their passion for live music. A mix of well-known names and up-and-coming artists will make Glashuset WY13 a place to expect the unexpected.