Hotel Gothia Towers

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Maessans Gata 24, Gothenburg, Vastergotland, S-40226, Sweden

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Very Good
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Average
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  • Families71
  • Couples73
  • Solo80
  • Business72
  • marielexoteria's Profile Photo

    Very good location

    by

    This is probably the best hotel for business, either at the Swedish Exhibition and Congress Center (Svenska Mässan) or anywhere in the vicinity.

    Gothia Towers has rooms in the East and West towers, some as high as on the floor #22. For this stay we had a very comfortable suite on floor 18 (I think), which was a gift from heaven after a long working day at the adjacent Svenska Mässan. Here you can expect the usual amenities: toiletries, minibar (not included), fluffy towels, etc. plus a nice view of the part of the city the room is facing. Although it was at a high floor, I heard some (muffled) noise from the traffic but it didn't bother me at all.

    The hotel has 3 restaurants, one of them at floor #23 where you can get stunning views of Gothenburg while having a good meal.

  • Henrik_rrb's Profile Photo

    Gothenburg's most luxury hotel

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    Gothia Towers Hotel is by far the most luxury hotel I've ever stayed at in Sweden. Situated right in the middle of the city center it's at a perfect location for any tourist in the city.
    But yes, it's expensive.

    Not as expensive as one might think though, specially during weekends the price of the hotel rooms goes down to something that is at least alright.

    The hotel has 704 rooms, including 11 exclusive suites. (no, these are probably not included in the "not so expensive rooms...). The hotel is built in two towers, the highest one 72 meters high, and I can say that the view from up there is pretty amazing.

    I stayed there for a romantic weekend back in 2005 and was pretty pleased with what we got. The room was big and trendy, with a big and nice bathroom (although I don't really know what the window from the bathroom out to the room was good for...?). The windows out are instead huge, which makes the room even nicer. It's almost as if the whole outer wall is a window.

    Breakfast was very, and we were also lucky since the breakfast room on the ground floor was closed, so instead we "had to" sit in the luxury restaurant on the 23rd floor (top floor). Let's just say the view over Gothenburg was breathtaking.

    There are four different kinds of room, which also makes it four different price classes. All 704 rooms are double rooms.

    For a weekend night prices goes as low as 1195 SEK (130 euro more or less) for a standard room. Another 20 euro for a sky room. But those prices are for two persons. If you instead are alone it's 10 euro cheaper.

    Max price is 7000 SEK (720 euro) for a suite.

    Make sure to also have a look at the different offers there are. There are also a number of different restaurants, Heaven 23 the best. Fantastic view over Gothenburg from the 23rd floor. Make sure you make an early reservation though, otherwise there is no chance to get a table. Possible to sit in the bar though, without reservation.

    Unique Quality: The central location is hard to beat, although there are some hotels in Gothenburg that is even more central.
    But the feeling of being able to look out over Gothenburg from high up is impossible to beat at any hotel hotel.
    What one would maybe miss at a hotel like this is the personal atmosphere, but then again how should any staff member be able to be personal with guests in 704 rooms...

    Instead the check in was warm and welcoming, although quite business.

    Directions: Next to the amusment park Liseberg. Around the corner from the Avenue.

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A view to a thrill!

by Todd64 about Heaven 23

Heaven 23 is aptly named since it's a restaurant & bar on the 23rd floor of the city's tallest building complex; Hotel Gothia Towers. Since it was Valentines day, my girlfriend and I thought it would be the perfect spot to enjoy a gorgeous, romantic meal together, and were we ever right! The food was outstanding, the service; impeccable and the view I enjoyed, when not focused on Charlotte, was almost as beautiful as her. With all this combined, this night will forever stand out in my mind as one of, if not the most, wonderful evenings I've ever enjoyed. Since we ordered the same meals that night, I can really only comment on one; the "medium price" selection as listed in their menu. It's one of 3 suggestions they make, but you do have the option of combining any of the courses should you wish.

Our Menu:

Aperitif: A single glass each of perfectly chilled Pol Roger brut champagne.

Starter Course: "Créme Ninon", which is a perfectly spiced disc of grilled rabbit resting on their Jerusalem artichoke compote, all sitting within the most wonderful and creamy champagne flavoured sweet pea soup.

Main Course: "Torsk Hummer", consisting of a wonderful steamed cod, lobster jus, a cod brandade, lobster canneloni all dappled with a most exquisite taragon froth.

Dessert: "Tebrûlée Rooibos", combining a most creamy Tea brûlée, delicately flavoured with Rooibos red tea, in one dish and a finely chopped fruit salad in another which was sprinkled with a sweet, yet slightly tart, lime powder.

For our dessert wine, Charlotte chose a glass of their '93 Tokaji Aszú 5 wine for each of us. Thank God for her Hungarian roots because this liquid gold was an absolutely perfect compliment to this light dessert, with her being the perfect companion for this absolutely perfect evening.

The price, including a single coffee and tip, came to exactly 1700kr and you know what? It was simply worth every penny.

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Xmas Market

by rachey8

Hi, I am thinking of going to Gothenburg 19th December for 2 nights for the Christmas Market. Has anyone been? The Hotel I am thinking of staying in in Hotel Gothia Towers, how far is this from the airport. What is the best way of getting to hotel from airport?? Many Thanks!

Re: Xmas Market

by Sjalen

Gothia Towers is easily reached by the airport bus which stops outside as it is the Gothenburg Trade Fair hotel.

The Christmas market is OK, but nothing like a German market if that's what you expect. Still, it is a great city, even if December is less ideal for visiting the marvellous archipelago and green parks.

Re: Xmas Market

by infinitys

hi,

instead of staying in gothia towers,you can stay in hotel opera which more close to the main attractions of the city and quite cheap compared with Hotel Gothia Towers. Their address is the following;

Norra Hamngatan 38
401 26 Göteborg
Telefon:+46-031-80 50 80
website: www.hotelopera.se

You have to take an airport bus from central station in order to come to airport,airport is located just 20-30 minutes away from the main city centrum.

Re: Xmas Market

by Sjalen

Robinson is another hotel of the same budget in the Opera area. I agree that Gothia is a bit off the cosy parts of town but it is still central enough and close to some good museums - apart from having a great sky bar which you can of course visit without staying there!

Oh, and I just remembered that they will build a second tower at Gothia so you might want to check that they've not started and you're in a building site.

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Address: Maessans Gata 24, Gothenburg, Vastergotland, S-40226, Sweden