Podcast 1 is the first podcast studio to be built at Royal Park STHLM and the investment has resulted in a cozy studio right in the centre of Royal Park Hotel with room for up to 4 people. There is also the opportunity for incoming caller via link if need be, which of course is a frequent request during times of global pandemic. For those who want to take it one step further there is also the possibility of adding a camera solution for video-pod at a low cost, either for recording or streaming live.
Despite the trying times we keep on keeping on! In positive spirit Royal Park STHLM ring in the New Year with seafood and champagne in abundance. Join in from a suite, in a lovely balcony room with a view over beautiful Brunnsviken or why not with recommended distances in the restaurant or outdoor garden terrace. We offer that little bit of well-earned luxury when the massage therapists stand at the ready to enrich your experience and the wood-burning hot tubs in the hidden corners of the garden contribute towards a captivating evening.
To raise the feelgood factor Royal Park STHLM are now installing wood-burning hot tubs among the trees of the grand garden terrace in the delightful Haga Park with a view over Brunnsviken bay. The fires are burning, the firs are sparkling, lamp loops are shining, jazz band is playing and the colours are shifting over the trees. So why not find your calm in a hot tub with a group of friends and a glass of champagne under the stars?
The plant lab workshop at Royal Park STHLM delivers a unique 5 course plant-based Christmas table, to be safely served at the table under the theme of Nordic nature where dashi, “glödhoppa”, the forest, Christmas and snow are beautifully contextualised.
After this summer’s success with Beirut in the Park the belly dancers are back at Royal Park when the genuine Lebanese Christmas table is set. Let the exotic flavours and colors of Lebanon trigger your senses. Enjoy a dashing display of 15 dishes of traditional meza art and of course rhythmic belly dancing between 27th of Nov and 19th of Dec.
In the wake of updated pandemic restrictions, Royal Park STHLM is opening up their terrace, creating a safe space to meet in the wonderful Hagaparken and focus on the simple pleasure of street food prepared by the fire.
Royal Park Hospitality & Edcuation Hub initiating collaboration with Intellotel to present the first Nordic One-Stop-Shop, a unique opportunity for businesses to get access to advice and support regarding funding applications, development and digitalisation. One-Stop-Shop offers support through experienced innovators, application writers and facilitators from the industry.
Next weekend Royal Park STHLM is starting a unique Recycling Lab where we have gathered all of the hotel’s old furniture, porcelain, pots, tools, carpets and other objects that have seen their best days at Royal Park. Welcome to participate in our sustainability work on the weekends for a month to come and botanise among these exciting items.
Royal Park STHLM launching the plant-based event series of the season. Brunch Royal – a display in sustainability by John & Co, featuring 8 servings next to the Brunnsviken shoreline in the scenic Haga National Park. Premieres Saturday September 26th. Welcome!
Royal Park is now launching one of Sweden’s most advanced studios for producing and livestreaming digital meetings, events, educations, product launches, panel debates, shareholder meetings and much more through a collaboration with Edge Design & Technology that specializes in digital solutions.
On August 21-22nd Jocke Almqvist and the Punk Royale crew are back in Hagaparken for the most decadent crayfish party of the season, consisting of limitless amounts of Swedish crayfish and lots of exciting surprises on the Royal Park terrace.
The culinary guest appearances are lining up at Royal Park STHLM and the next pop up is Beirut in the Park – a Lebanese night at the terrace next to the shores of Brunnsviken in Haga National Park with mixed grill and a display in the traditional art of meza.
Thai winds have reached Hagaparken. Starting tomorrow there will be an outdoor SPA offering treatments overlooking Brunnsviken Bay all summer long. This weekend also offers an opportunity to experience authentic street food from Thailand through our pop up-event Thai in the Park.
To build up the industry and lay the foundation for a new and innovative hospitality industry we need education and repositioning. Royal Park Hospitality & Education Hub’s already existing palette of education through collaboration with Swiss Education Group is now strengthened through further educational programs within hospitality in collaboration with Hyper Island and Highlights.
Now in the lovely Hagaparken. Enjoy sunbathing and swimming by the beach and pier, rent sun loungers, canoes, kayaks, paddle boards and segways for a trip in the beautiful national park.
Royal Park Hospitality and Education Hub initiates joint venture with Swiss Education Group – a world leading network of prestigious hotel & hospitality management schools.
On the last sun-filled weekend of May, Punk Royale delivered perhaps the loudest guest appearance of the entire summer at Royal Parks newly established Bakficka. Spirits were on top as well as the weather on a night that became the springboard of this summer’s culinary and musical events in the garden at Royal Park Hotel.
On Saturday the 30th of May, Punk Royale with head chef Jocke Almqvist invade Royal Park Hotels garden with their infamous restaurant concept. The collaboration is the beginning of an eventful summer filled with guest appearances, live concerts and other surprises.
Covid-19 strikes hard against the hospitality industry. In this state of emergency, entrepreneur Ulrich launches Royal Park Hospitality Hub in Stockholm, aiming to establish a centre for education and innovation within the industry together with collaborator Hyper Island. https://royalparkhospitalityhub.com/en/
This year’s finals to be held at Royal Park, surrounded by Haga National Park’s sparkling greenery, where we are joined in the ambition of a greener world. Royal Park are proud to host one of the most important competitions of the year and hope that after this year’s edition Plantable has found a home in Royal Park.
The year was off to a flying start when Royal Park hosted the Green Debate during the World Economic Forum in Davos, hoping to create awareness and spread our passion for plants. Now more important than ever to seize this opportunity and pivot towards sustainability and regeneration, to ensure a better tomorrow for current as well as future generations.