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A journey for the senses The luxury hotel Upper House offers up a superb mix of the highest-quality tranquil space plus peace of mind. In addition to its fantastic views of Gothenburg from up high, this is a real hotspot for yoga enthusiasts and gourmet dining. This season, guests can also enjoy the new gym area in the award-winning Upper House Spa. By Malin Norman  |  Photos: Upper House

Upper House is conveniently located in the centre of Gothenburg and close to the huge indoor arena Scandinavium, as well as Liseberg, one of Scandinavia’s most frequented amusement parks. Many guests come to stay while visiting international exhibitions and events, or when having fun at the fair. Part of the tall building complex Gothia Towers, Upper House is an oasis sitting in the middle of the three towers, with its 53 stylish rooms spread across levels 21 to 24. On the 25th floor is the hotel’s gourmet restaurant, 50 | Issue 128 | September 2019

Upper House Dining, which has received several prominent awards. In addition to the stunning vistas of Gothenburg, Upper House also features a fantastic spa. Most recently, it has been named winner of the prestigious World Luxury Spa Awards 2019 in the national category Luxury Hotel Spa. “We are extremely proud of this fine award. The fact that our guests leave such nice reviews about our spa means that our daily commitment gives great results. We work

every day with the overall experience and to exceed the expectations of our guests,” says Jenny Hayward, spa manager. Upper House Hotel has also been named Sweden’s best hotel in TripAdvisor’s annual Travelers’ Choice Awards.

Spa and yoga luxury up high With Oriental influences and inspiration from the west coast of Sweden, the tranquil spa interior is a mix of marble de-

Jenny Hayward, spa manager.

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Scan Magazine, Issue 128, September 2019  

The September issue of Scan Magazine aims to nurse you into the cooler, darker season with a design section full of hygge and a brand-new cu...

Scan Magazine, Issue 128, September 2019  

The September issue of Scan Magazine aims to nurse you into the cooler, darker season with a design section full of hygge and a brand-new cu...