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.
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