Stockholm, 2014-6-2 — /Travel PR News/ — The Melody Hotel, member of Warwick International Hotels (WIH), is the official hotel partner with the only museum in the world dedicated to the famous Swedish band: ABBA. A strong partnership has been built between the two establishments to offer their guests an ultimate experience of music, fun and style at the highest standards.
Located near some of the best attractions and niched in the charming island of Djurgården in the center of Stockholm, Melody Hotel is home to ABBA the Museum and also to the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. “Due to Melody Hotel’s high quality standards and the location in the same building, the choice of the hotel partner for ABBA The museum was easy,” declared Claes Livijn, General Manager.
Melody Hotel is not only home to the museum, but also provides guests a unique hotel experience strongly intertwined with the ABBA universe. As the official hotel partner Melody Hotel is certified to sell ABBA the Museum packages. And at the end of 2014, the hotel will feature five ‘‘ABBA’’ rooms that will be totally unique the world over, displaying items never shown before.
For visitors of the ABBA Museum, staying at the Melody Hotel is a real comfort with direct access to the Museum from the hotel, the General Manager confirms: “our guests appreciate staying in the same building as the museum; they just step out of their room and take the elevator down to the museum entry.”
About Melody hotel
The hotel features the very latest in interior design and luxurious comfort, where 50 fashionable rooms and luxurious comfort, a chic restaurant and wine bar, and a modern gym await discerning travelers.
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About ABBA The Museum
ABBA The Museum is more than an ordinary museum. Naturally, the members’ costumes, gold records, original items, memorabilia, and much, much more are here. But at this museum, the guest is a major part of the experience, where he has the feeling of being the 5th ABBA member. Tickets start from €20. More information: http://www.abbathemuseum.com/