In 1781, esteemed Lund university celebrated 115 years, but Lund was still a small town with barely 3,000 inhabitants. Ostra Martensgatan had long been the main street from Osterport to the city centre. It was here that tradesman A Gadde had a house built, a house that today is one of the oldest of its kind.
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In 1818, goldsmith Niklas Ramberg had another house built next to Gadde’s house. 203 years later, in 2015, these two historic buildings were restored and a third house was built – and so Hotell Nordic Lund was born. A hotel in the middle of historic Lund where great care has been taken to protect and preserve the buildings’ historical significance. As an example, the old chimney was kept as a beautiful feature in some of the rooms, together with the original beams. Staying at Best Western Plus Hotell Nordic Lund is so much more that a comfortable bed, a nice breakfast and an excellent location – you never know what you might find under the floorboards, behind the beams or in the winding corridors. If it’s a good story you’re after, you’ve come to the right place. The best address in town – now and then
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Front desk available from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
High-speed Internet access
Color television with remote control
2 kilometer(s) from The Botanical Gardens, Lund University’s Botanical Gardens cover eight hectares and is home to about 7,000 species in the greenhouses and gardens. The gardens cover a whole host of areas within botany. The gardens and greenhouses are free to visit and are open every day.
2 kilometer(s) from Vattenhallen ScieneCenter, Vattenhallen Science Center is a fun and educational venue for all ages. Experience interactive experiments, listen to sounds and noises, watch interactive exhibitions, build a blinkmojt or a planet. In the Planetarium you can almost reach the stars.
2 kilometer(s) from The Historical Museum, Lund University's Historical Museum is Sweden's second largest archaeological museum. You’ll find prehistorical objects from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages.