Sergel is a room for the smaller meeting. It's a bit hidden in our conference centre and has its own lounge in a direct connection to the room. Panoramic view over Döbelnsgatan/Kammakaregatan (it's a corner space) gives it an optimal amount of light.
Sergel is named after the sculptor Tobias Sergel (1740-1814) who had his studio on Sergelstorg [Sergels square], which in itself is, obviously, named after him. His works can be viewed at Nationalmuseum on Blaiseholmen, and one of his most famous works is "Diomedes Stealing the Palladium".
Always included: blackout curtains, paper and pencils, candy and fruit, water carbonated or still