This spring, Miss Clara will open a new meeting and event area that will add further life to the prestigious Thule House on Sveavägen. With an impressive area of ​​550 square meters, located on the ground floor next to the hotel, the new section offers a variety of opportunities for different contexts.​

At the heart of this architecturally groundbreaking building, which in the 1940s was the country's sharpest functional property, a larger meeting room is being created that can accommodate up to 70 people, as well as three smaller meeting rooms for more intimate and private meetings. A vibrant lounge with panoramic windows facing Sveavägen provides guests with an inspiring place for coffee breaks. But it will not only be a place for relaxation and work; Miss Clara will also offer the opportunity to rent the lounge as a unique event venue.​

The historic Thule House, also known as the Skandia House, was designed by architect Gustaf Clason and stands today as a unique landmark in modern Stockholm. To complement its heritage, Miss Clara has collaborated with Wingårds to create an atmosphere of timeless and modern elegance.​

This new meeting and event area will not only be an extension of Miss Clara's already beloved atmosphere, but also a new chapter in Thule House's rich history and a place where meetings and events blend with culture and design.


With the names of our meeting rooms, we want to honor the history and the individuals who have shaped our operation. The name "Thule" celebrates the historic building we are located in, while "Ruth" represents the grid pattern found on the facade. The room "Clara" is named after Clara Strömberg, the enthusiastic headmistress who, during the early 1900s, guided her students at the Ateneum girls' school. With a passion for life and the courage to challenge norms, Clara Strömberg was a pioneer in Swedish education and has always been a true source of inspiration for us at Miss Clara by Nobis. "Iris" is named after one of our current employees, a fantastic woman emphasizing community and collaboration. Through these names, we aim to create rooms with a sense of history and unity.


Opening in may


Opening in May


Opening in May


Opening in May


Opening in May