This serene and sophisticated Japanese-influenced spa hotel found just outside Stockholm delivers on the promise of inner peace and harmony, the translation of "Yasuragi." Japanese culture touches every aspect of your exclusive experience. You will be welcomed with a yukata (cotton robe) and invited to partake in the relaxing onsen (hot springs) ritual in the newly renovated baths area. Unwind in rooms furnished with futons, tatami mats, and tasteful décor of a traditional Japanese inn. Savor sushi, teppanyaki, and other artfully prepared dishes at the hotel’s three restaurants. Nestled among the pristine forests of the Stockholm archipelago, you’ll find this seamless mix of Japanese influences and Scandinavian simplicity perfect for calming your body and mind.
- Immerse yourself in the Japanese onsen experience and soak away stress in the indoor or outdoor hot springs, then unwind in the sauna
- Gaze at the surrounding beauty from your room; for a true experience of Japanese hospitality, book one of the Ryokan suites, styled like a traditional inn
- Join activities like Zen meditation, qigong movement, breathing exercises, and yoga for some rejuvenation and calm. Stroll the Japanese serenity garden among maples and cherry trees
- Treat yourself to a whole-body experience with a Zenshin treatment, which includes a body scrub, facial treatment and massage for scalp, neck, and feet
- Sample the best of Japanese cuisine in the five restaurants and bars
- Meals are included in your stay, so feast on healthy, delicious fare made with local products
- Plan a conference to recharge the team; there are 23 meeting rooms spanning 18,800 sq ft / 1,750 sq m (plus a 3,200 sq ft / 300 sq m lounge), group activities, access to the baths, and complimentary WiFi
- Enjoy ethically sourced, organic foods and spa products that are free from synthetic additives as part of the hotel’s sustainability initiatives
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The 191 rooms differ in style, but all share a Japanese aesthetic and spare, nature-influenced decor. Some rooms feature shoji screens, tatami mats, or vintage fabrics. Sleep well on low Japanese beds or futons and bathe in privacy in the ablution area in select rooms. Have a truly authentic Japanese stay experience in the Ryokan suites, with private bathing areas, access to hot springs, and personalized service.
Marvel at the stunning views of the archipelago, available from every room. Your windows frame soaring pine trees, shining waters, and rugged beauty. Themed meeting rooms, activities, access to the Japanese baths, and energizing meals are available for corporate travelers.
Your dining experiences are included in your hotel package. Complimentary WiFi and parking are also available.
In Japan, the appreciation and enjoyment of good food is a point of pride, with close attention to the best ingredients, presentation, and of course, taste. Yasuragi’s cuisine, both in restaurants and for meeting guests, reflects these principles. Expect dining experiences inspired by Japan, with a Swedish touch. Sustainability is key, so menus feature locally grown food and influences. Only 3% of the meat served at Yasuragi is red meat.
Saishoku Restaurant – "Saishoku" means "vegetable eater" in Japan, so this aptly named restaurant delivers an appealing array of vegan and raw cuisine.
Tokyo Restaurant – A hearty breakfast with a wide selection of organic products is served daily, all influenced by modern Japanese cuisine. À la carte options are also available at lunch and dinner. Enjoy a lively meal as the chef prepares your dinner on the teppanyaki griddle in the middle your table. The set menu is an intriguing mix of Japanese and local Swedish ingredients.
Totoro Sake Bar – Book a sake tasting to have an authentic experience of Japan’s signature rice wine. Sample Sweden’s largest selection of sake under the guidance of the expert bar staff. Embrace the Japanese izakaya (pub) spirit and order small snacks to complement your sake sipping.
Cocktail Bar – Unwind with a classic cocktail, international wines, or beers or of course, sake. The beautiful views of the Stockholm archipelago enhance the relaxed atmosphere.
Enhance your well-being by treating yourself at the spa. Massages, facials, and body wraps are great pick-me-ups, "Digital Pause" focuses on the head, neck and shoulders for the tech-tired, and "fish pedicures" are for the adventurous. Do yoga, visit the outdoor gym, or drop in a qi gong class to replenish energy levels through self-massage and breathing exercises. A walk to the sea or through the Japanese gardens provides fresh air and gets your blood pumping.
The bath experience is integral to your stay, and will leave you soothed and rejuvenated. Dating back thousands of years, it’s an important part of Japanese culture. A brief seminar will introduce you to the cleansing ritual, and then you can enjoy the ablution (wash) and a soak in the outdoor hot springs, surrounded by pine trees. Unwind in the sauna or take a dip in the plunge pool. Loungers are available so you can stretch out and enjoy a calming tea.
The hotel is surrounded by the archipelago’s unspoiled nature, charming villages, and notable attractions. Have a picnic on the cliffs, explore coves and beaches, or take a boat tour. Visit the Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum, a ceramic treasure trove; Artipelag, an international venue for art; or Fotografiska, a meeting place dedicated to photography.
Yasuragi sits on the archipelago overlooking Stockholm, an area home to over 30,000 islands and inlets known for its unspoiled, calm beauty. Discover rugged cliffs, sandy seaside beaches, and soaring forests, as well as quaint coastal towns. It’s the perfect setting for a peaceful getaway and is just a 20-minute drive from the city. You can also reach the archipelago by ferry from the Strömkajen ferry terminal, a trip which takes about 30 minutes.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport approximately 37 m / 60 km away.
Stockholm Bromma Airport approximately 16 m / 25 km away.