Van der Nootska Palace has a long and checkered history. It was built as private residence by Dutchman Thomas van der Noot, and was finished 1674. Over the centuries, the Palace has experienced a variety of events and has housed many different businesses, ranging from tobacco factory to brothel.

Despite turbulent times, the Palace still firmly stands today, majesticly in the heart of Södermalm, surrounded by modern residential buildings and bustling city life. Despite this, or perhaps because of this, the Palace can now provide a fantastic environment and feeling, giving us busy city dwellers an oasis to hold conferences or partying in.