Architect Anders Tengbom’s vision was realized in the end of the 1950s when he designed Skogehem & Wijk. Equipped with conference facilities for 200-400 people, various lounges with stunning views of the archipelago, and 195 comfortable rooms housing 227 beds, and an additional 170 rooms within 10 minutes walking distance, Skogshem & Wijk is truly a place created for meetings. We are located just 20 minutes from downtown Stockholm, yet with expansive natural areas surrounding the facility, it’ll feel like you are in the heart of the countryside. They offer an award-winning kitchen, two fully equipped gyms, and a personal touch that will ensure a pleasant stay.

The bed is made, the wind is whistling in the pines outside, and you can wind down in total peace. In one of the comfortable rooms with a view of the sea, you can rest assured you will wake up energized for the Summit. And if you need to work, no problem—all rooms are equipped with wifi.

Accommodation Information
195 hotel rooms, including 163 single rooms and 32 double rooms for a total of 227 beds. All rooms are equipped with: TV, telephone, wifi, desk. If you would like to stay

Available from $190/night single room for The Future Talent Summit attendees at Skogshem & Wijk

City hotel will be available from $260/night with arranged transport to/from the conference

The official city conference hotel is Scandic Anglais
$240/night single room
$280/night double room


Sweden is a sparsely populated country, characterised by its long coastline, extensive forests and numerous lakes. It is one of the world’s northernmost countries. In terms of surface area it is comparable to Spain, Thailand or the American state of California.

Sweden experiences extreme contrasts between its long summer days and equally long winter nights. In the summer, the sun stays in the sky around the clock in the parts of ­Sweden north of the Arctic Circle, but even as far south as Stockholm (59°N) the June nights have only a few hours of semi-darkness.


Sweden’s capital city spreads out over 14 islands in Lake Mälaren and looks out proudly to the Baltic Sea to the east. Her grand public buildings, palaces, rich cultural history and museums tell her 700 year-old history beautifully.

Nowhere is this better illustrated than in the Old Town (Gamla Stan); expect and get cobblestone streets, crooked but beautifully preserved buildings, the Royal Palace, gothic churches and excellent cafés, bars, restaurants and Swedish design-ware shops. Visit the boutiques, shops and stores of upscale Swedish and international design boutiques of Östermalm, and independent Swedish labels, vintage and retro shops and boutiques of Södermalm.

The Stockholm archipelago is a cluster of some 30,000 islands, skerries and rocks spreading 80 km east from the city into the Baltic Sea. Some are large inhabited islands famed for swinging summer parties and others are little more than rocky outposts or grassy knolls visited by the odd seal or kayaker.

Skogshem & Wijk

Hustegavägen 1

181 90 Lidingö

Tel: 08-731 42 00