Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden

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Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden
Grand hotell Saltsjöbaden February 2013 01.jpg
Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden in February 2013
General information
Town or citySaltsjöbaden
CountrySweden
Opened1893 (1893)

The Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden (officially: Grand Hôtel Saltsjöbaden) is a hotel in Saltsjöbaden, Sweden. It was built on the initiative of Knut Agathon Wallenberg. The hotel was opened in 1893 by king Oscar II of Sweden.[1] The hotel was owned by the Wallenberg family up to 1999, when it was purchased by Nordisk Renting who sold it in 2002 to Danish-Egptian hotelowner Enan Galaly's chain Helnan Hotels.[2] On 20 December 1938, the Saltsjöbaden Agreement was signed inside the hotel.

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  1. "Hotellfakta & historik". Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
  2. Affärsvärlden Archived 2015-12-11 at the Wayback Machine, accessdate: 4 May 2008

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