Located at the centre of Stockholm’s dynamic shopping and restaurant district, overlooking Berzelii Park and the Baltic Sea, Berns has been a hub of Stockholm’s entertainment scene for over 150 years. Global superstars, artists, bankers, media folk and curious cosmopolitans have been drawn here ever since Berns opened its doors in 1863. Historic architecture meets majestic rooms with eclectic details, a vibrant atmosphere and legendary nightlife. Dine under crystal chandeliers at the breathtaking Asian restaurant, enjoy the comforts of the award-winning boutique hotel or dance until the early hours in the celebrated nightclub.
Today Berns is owned by Stureplansgruppen.
WE ARE CASH-FREE AND ONLY ACCEPT BANK CARDS.
Berns staff can be emailed using the format: firstname.lastname@example.org
Restaurant manager Berns Asiatiska
Restaurant manager Berns Bistro
Head chef Berns
Marketing and communication
For all marketing- and press enquires relating to Berns activities, press images etc, please contact Berns communication agency INDY.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Berns supports the charity Nattvandrarna. Operating across Sweden, Nattvandrarna is a democratic, non-profit organisation made up of local groups and associations. Their volunteers patrol the streets in their yellow jackets, providing adult role models, sympathetic support and a reassuring presence for young people who are out and about at night. Having the volunteers around also prevents criminal activity such as vandalism, violence and drug abuse.
Photographer: Jeppe Wikström
The Hunger Project
Berns supports the Hunger Project. Through coaching, training and access to microfinance programmes, the aim is to create sustainable communities that can stand on their own two feet. The programmes improve health, education, farming, water provision and sanitation in the villages. The Hunger Project encourages people to use their democratic rights to gain influence over the decisions taken in their community. They work actively to increase equality by empowering women to become entrepreneurs and take seats in local government. So far, the Hunger Project has mobilised clusters of villages into 123 epicentres in 8 African countries. Through its Epicentre Strategy, the charity now reaches around 2 million people in Africa.