Mäster Johan is a premier modern hotel in the heart of Malmö. The hotel is surrounded by delightful restaurants and shops, and the Central railway station, with trains to Copenhagen and airport coaches to Sturup, is within walking distance. The hotel was completed in 1990, and over the years the building has been carefully refurbished to maintain the modern classic feel. Today the hotel has four floors of guestrooms whch have each been completed with all the amenities needed for an enjoyable stay. The basement sauna complex has exercise and relaxation rooms, and still retains part of a wall from “Herr Axels Badstuga”, a sauna dating from the 15th century. The hotel is renowned for its breakfast with small hot dishes straight from the hot buffet. Equip yourself with a newspaper, take a seat in the glass-roofed courtyard breakfast room and enjoy your meal as the daylight brightens above you.
The standard rooms are cozy and tastefully decorated in classic shades and natural materials. The floors are of solid oak overlaid with soft, genuine carpets. Considerable emphasis has been made to create a refined, fresh environment. The beds, with mattress from DUX are made up without bedspreads but with exclusive designer bed linen, genuine down quilts and pillows. All sofas and armchairs are covered in white, removable and washable fabrics. TV-sets and telephones are from Bang & Olufsen and all rooms have free broadband connection.
Hotel Master Johan is located next to Lilla Torg, Malmö's densest restaurant district with food for all directions of measurement. Here you will find settings and menus for both tasteful lunches to tasty dinners. At the hotel you can enjoy their famous breakfast buffet. You can help yourself directly from the boilers, enjoy homemade yogurt, choose from a rich assortment of freshly baked bread and of course everything that makes a really good breakfast, such as cold cuts, cereals, eggs, herring, coffee, juice, and tea.
Downstairs in the basement area you can enjoy an invigorating and refreshing sauna. The sauna section is in the exact spot that was once “Herr Axel’s badstuga” in the 15th century. A part of the wall from the original “badstuga” has been preserved. In the sauna section you will also find a multi-gym with equipment such as treadmills.