One of the world’s oldest bespoke tailoring houses, A.W. Bauer was founded in Stockholm in 1863. Since then its clientele has grown to include both Swedish kings and the worldrenowned playwright August Strindberg. Today, 150 years after A.W. Bauer first founded his company, its five tailors continue to produce world-class tailoring for a very demanding group of clients.
Tjoget’s barbershop, Roy & Son, is the real deal. Its history reaches back to the 1950s when Roy Mannerstål started his first barbershop in Stockholm. The spirit and knowledge from the early years have been proudly carried into the concept of Roy & Son. They offer their clients classic shaves and modern haircuts of “perfect yet imperfect standard”.
Riche opened its doors in 1893, and with more than a thousand daily visitors from early morning until 1 AM, it’s fair to say the people of Stockholm have properly vetted the establishment. Its dining rooms and bars have been a social arena for power brokers, the cultural elite, young hipsters, classic gentlemen and regular folk for over a hundred years.
Lydmar Hotel is a second-generation boutique hotel in the center of Stockholm. This straightforward, relaxed and informal place promotes calmness and simplicity over an abundance of impressions. Less is a lot more at Lydmar Hotel.