If you are looking for modern meeting rooms in Stockholm, Elite Hotel Carolina Tower has an impressive venue with eight flexible rooms, a capacity for 2-130 persons and with state-of-the-art technique. The location in Hagastaden, close to Karolinska sjukhuset and Karolinska Institutet, is ideal for delegates travelling to the venue.
Two exclusive meeting rooms are located on the top floor, ideal for board meetings, events, receptions and private parties. The View and the Club offer a magnificent view of Stockholm.
The meeting rooms located on the first floor carry names after famous physicists. The largest room Röntgen, has a capacity for up to 130 people. All our meeting rooms are modern and comfortable and can be adjusted to suit your needs and type of arrangement; a small- or mid-sized meeting, larger conferences, workshops, seminars or lectures.
Our dedicated and professional staff will assist you in any way they can to make your conference a successful event.
If you plan to hold a conference with accommodation, Elite Hotel Carolina Tower offer 221 rooms, modern, comfortable and with fresh bathrooms. There is a sky gym with sauna and relax area on the top floor offering an amazing view over Stockholm.
The hotel is located in Hagastaden, a new city area that is easy to reach. If you arrive by car, the exit from E4/E18 is close by and there are parking facilities at a fee under the building.
The airport coaches stops a hundred meters from the hotel. If you arrive by Metro, St. Eriksplan is the closest station and from there a seven-minute walk takes you to the hotel. If you arrive by local bus, the stop is Torsplan.
We wish you a warm welcome to Elite Hotel Carolina Tower.
Röntgen is our largest meeting room with a capacity up to 130 people. The room has good ventilation and large panorama windows providing plenty natural light. Bose ceiling speakers offer flexible solutions and the conference room can be divided in to two smaller rooms. The meeting room is adapted to people with hearing deficiency and can also be darkened, if needed.
The name of the conference room comes from the German physicists Wilhelm Röntgen, famous for his detection of electromagnetic radiation. He was rewarded with the first Nobel Prize in Physics, in 1901.
Curie is a beautiful and modern meeting room ideal for a conference with up to 80 people. The light and stylish design creates a comfortable environment. The meeting room is equipped with a projector, Bose speakers and can also be darkened.
The name of the conference room comes from Marie Curie, who became the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize winner. In 1903 she received the prize together with her husband for their research on radioactivity. She was once again honoured with the Nobel Prize, in 1911 for her discovery of the elements polonium and radium.
Widerström is an ideal conference room for a smaller meeting with up to 30 people. Large panorama windows provide natural light and the room can also be darkened. The meeting room is equipped with everything you need for your meeting including Bose speakers that offer the best sound quality.
The name of the conference room comes from Karolina Widerström who was the first female physician in Sweden. She graduated at Karolinska Institutet in May 1888.
Fleming is a mid-sized conference room for up to 60 people, comfortable and airy with natural light from large panorama windows. The meeting room is designed with the latest technique, projector and Bose ceiling speakers. If there is something you need, our professional meeting staff will assist.
The name of the conference room comes from Sir Alexander Fleming, the Scottish physician who became famous for his discovery of penicillin. He was honoured with the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1945.
Pavlov is a meeting room that we recommend for a mid-size conference, up to 30 people. The room is nice and bright, equipped with Bose ceiling speakers, projector and all the modern equipment for a successful conference. Large panorama windows provide the room with plenty of natural light creating a fresh environment.
The name of the conference room comes from Ivan Pavlov who in 1904 received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his research on the physiology of digestion. He is also known for his psychological experiment on classical conditioning, called “Pavlov’s dogs”.
Pasteur is a meeting room ideal for a mid-sized conference up to 30 people and with high demands on modern technique. The high quality sound comes from Bose ceiling speakers. The room is designed for a comfortable meeting, airy with natural light from the large panorama windows.
The name of the conference room comes from Louis Pasteur, the French biologist and chemist who among other things, discovered pasteurisation, the process that kill bacteria, and he also created the first vaccine for rabies.
Semmelweis is a meeting room for a smaller conference, up to ten people. The room is equipped with everything you need to arrange an effective meeting including projector and Bose ceiling speakers. The room is airy with natural light from panorama windows.
The name of the conference room comes the Hungarian physician Ignaz Semmelweis, known for discovering that the incidence from childbed fever could be diminished if the caregivers washed their hands with chlorinated lime solutions before examining the patients.
The Club located on the top floor is both an exclusive and beautiful conference room. It’s a modern meeting room with interesting design and comfortable sofa arrangement. The room is ideal for boardroom seating, stand-up meetings as well as comfortable seating for breaks or dialogue.
With a stunning panorama view over Stockholm, the Club is a meeting room for memorable events such as pasties and mingles for 20-60 people.
Haga Bottega is the familiar restaurant that takes a small part of Italy to Stockholm. The food is an interpretation of traditional Italian dishes that meet creative combinations that are served on the communal table in the dining room or served at the table in an authentic Italian style.
Latitude: 59.348657 | Longitude: 18.031870
Flygbussarna Airport Coaches from Stockholm Arlanda Airport stops at ”Karolinska Sjukhuset Eugeniavägen” about 75 metres from the hotel. Arlanda Express goes non-stop to Stockholm central station. Taxi to the hotel takes about 30 minutes depending on the traffic. We recommend that you confirm the price before the journey.
From Bromma Airport, taxi and Flygbussarna Airport Coaches goes to Stockholm Cityterminalen. Local bus 110 goes to Alvik, continue by metro.
BY METRO AND BUS
Green line to St. Eriksplan, exit Torsgatan and walk about ten minutes to the hotel or continue Bus 3, 67, 73, 77 or 507.
E4 north: take exit 164-165, keep to your right and continue to exit 165, follow the signs to Karolinska Sjukhuset, continue along Karolinska Vägen, turn at Gävlegatan and then towards Eugeniavägen and the hotel.
E4 south: take the exit to Sankt Eriksplan. Turn left to Solnavägen, choose the middle lane and turn right to Eugeniavägen and the hotel.
Buy parking tickets at the front desk to the garage in the building.