The rooms at Pite Havsbad, which were previously called Minisviter, have now been completely renovated and are today called Superior Room. There are a total of 28 hotel rooms on floor 7 and 8. The rest of the Conference Hotel will also be renovated, and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2020.
It's the hotel's largest double rooms, and in addition to the rooms being upgraded with comfortable continental beds, sofa beds and armchairs, there are large work areas for those who need to work during their stay. All rooms come with Smart TV. The hotel rooms are decorated with a modern feel, and the tones in both decor and material choices are associated with sand and sea.
– The bathrooms are also completely renovated, with new tiles and new furnishings. These hotel rooms have not been renovated since 2000 when the Conference Hotel was built, so it was really on time and it is a major investment on our part, says Kristofer Lundström, CEO of Pite Havsbad.
Until now, Pite Havsbad has invested approximately 4 million SEK in the renovation of the facility's highest hotel, and the remaining refurbishment is estimated to cost 16 million SEK. The next step is to continue freshening up - floor by floor. There are six remaining floors, and if everything goes according to plan, the entire Conference Hotel will be newly renovated in the summer of 2020. Pite Havsbad's stock of bungalows will also be refurbished.
– The renovation of the bungalows alone means an investment of approximately 24 million SEK. So far, we have invested around 100 million in, among other things, a new foyer, restaurant Trapper, Beyond Burgers, the glass hotel, SCA heating, our SPA and Äventyrsbadet. There are big changes going on and we are excited that large parts of Pite Havsbad get a real facelift, says Kristofer Lundström.