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Historic rooms
in which to make history

History has been written here in the imposing Palace building, where Pontus and Göthilda Fürstenberg lived. It was here that Sweden’s first private art gallery was established and opened to the public, who mixed with the young and radical artists of the time. Today, these rooms are available to hire for gatherings of a different sort, for work, parties and just about everything in-between. A number of the rooms have been inspired by a selection of groundbreaking works from the Fürstenberg art collection. These are environments of great character that are rich in artistry and atmosphere. Immerse yourself in works that changed the art scene in Sweden forever.

Nordic Summer Evening

A room inspired by Richard Bergh’s work, which was one of Pontus Fürstenberg’s favourite paintings and which became a symbol of the Nordic light movement. An excellent environment for discussion and philosophising, dreaming and showing off, as well as sharing emotions and memories.

The Wild Kingdom

Bruno Liljefors’ wilderness made accessible to city dwellers and a peaceful haven in the heart of the bustling city. Come and explore nature itself, the changing of the seasons and the secret world of animals.

Night Effect

Fin de siècle, decadence and a Bohemian nightlife, where the absinth and perfume are intoxicating. Explore Anders Zorn’s depiction of pulsating city life in the turn-of-the-century art metropolis of Paris.

Café Ledoyen

A slightly smaller room that can handle the large gestures and carefree, exhilarated side of backbreaking artistry. Inspired by Hugo Birger’s painting, take your place among the artists and other patrons of Café Ledoyen on the opening day of the art exhibition in Paris in 1886. À la vôtre!

Näcken

Experience a creative spirit that is free and uninhibited and the genius inherent in the artist’s soul that sometimes borders on madness. A place for temperament and creativity inspired by Ernst Josephson’s fantasy world and creative energy. Expressive, explosive and energetic.

The Fürstenberg Triptych

Three rooms in one; just like Carl Larsson’s triptych that once adorned these walls. Here you can also find clear nods to Larsson’s home in Sundborn. The room can be divided by a movable wall and is adjacent to Fürstenbergska galleriet (The Fürstenberg Gallery).

The Fürstenberg Gallery

The Fürstenbergs’ classic red gallery where art history was made. One of Gothenburg’s most magnificent rooms, ideal for truly grand celebrations and events.

Salongen

Salongen (The Drawing Room) is located in the Palace Hotel’s old hall of mirrors and is the perfect setting for modern-day get-togethers and receptions. It is suitable for all manner of meetings, conferences, lectures, launches, performances and parties. There is a lounge area equipped with a bar, stage with sound system, and open fireplace.

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