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Älmhult is the birthplace of renowned botanist Carl Linnaeus and children’s books author Astrid Lindgren, however its most famous ‘offspring’ is IKEA. Life in this southern Swedish town evolves around the blue-and-yellow furniture giant: from the IKEA Hotel and IKEA Museum to the IKEA Bar and IKEA Spa. Welcome to the one and only IKEA Småland – meatballs and ball pit included.
IKEA also offers beds that don’t require assembly. The 254 rooms at the IKEA Hotel feature IKEA furniture, and each nightstand holds a bible as well as an IKEA catalogue. The lobby is decorated with comfortable lounge chairs from the latest collection and the restaurant serves IKEA’s famous Swedish meatballs. The hotel concept follows the furniture maker’s main philosophy: functional design at affordable prices. The IKEA Hotel, on IKEA Street in IKEA village Älmhult, is located near the very first IKEA store, which was transformed into the IKEA Museum in 2016.
“Ingvar Kamprad did quick business selling furniture, which he personally delivered”