History

  • The Djurönäset conference hotel was built in 1979 under the auspices of PTK, which wanted to create the best possible conditions for courses, meetings and training.
  • Architect Anders Thalberg of White arkitekterna (previously ELLT) designed Djurönäset. His contribution “Frisk luft” (Fresh air) won an architectural competition, and is intended to stimulate creativity, a zeal for work, and well-being.
  • Djurönäset is owned by PTK, which carries out the operations here in the form of a foundation. The board of governors is constituted by representatives from the owners and external members from the business world.
  • Seregården was built in 1980, and is named after Ingvar Seregard, Principal Secretary of PTK at the time. The seventh building was added in the 1980s, completing the facility.
  • Djurönäset is now one of the largest conference facilities in Sweden with 274 bedrooms and 80 meeting rooms. It can accommodate 550 overnight guests at a conference, and can take groups of up 450.
  • Djurönäset is located in the municipality of Värmdö, about 45 minutes by bus or car from central Stockholm.
  • Each year, Djurönäset provides a total of 35,000 hotel nights.
  • Net sales in 2014 amounted to SEK 93.2 million.
  • The hotel is one of just over 100 facilities in Sweden selected by Svenska Möten, and has been awarded four of a possible five crowns in their classification system.
  • Visita, the branch organisation for the Swedish hospitality industry, has given four stars to Djurönäset, classifying it as “Superior”.
  • The hotel became a Nordic Eco labelled hotel as early as 2001.
  • It was awarded the “Premium” grade of security by SAFE Hotels in 2008.