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Grand Hôtel Stockholm signs up star architect Martin Brudnizki

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Grand Hôtel's signature suites are situated on the top floor of the hotel's main building, offering unparalleled views of the Stockholm waterfront and the Royal Palace. The suites, which have long been among the most exclusive accommodation in the city, are now being updated by one of the world's most accoladed interior architects.
“Having the opportunity to work with Martin Brudnizki is nothing short of fantastic and that he has chosen to do his first project in Sweden here at the Grand Hôtel is a great honour for us. We strive to work with the best in class in everything we do, making...
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