Berns Salonger in Stockholm, Sweden, is a 19th-century baroque building that serves as a restaurant, entertainment venue, and hotel. With a capacity of 1,200, Berns hosts concerts and shows and is the setting for Strindberg's novel The Red Room. The hotel boasts a luxurious ballroom and has housed famous artists like Rihanna. Guests receive VIP wristbands that grant access to the hotel's nightclub and surrounding clubs. Berns' Asian restaurant is one of the best in the city, and it also has a cocktail bar and lounge bar with plush deep-red sofas. The hotel offers an exceptional location close to shopping, nightlife, and cultural sites. The hotel's staff is helpful and welcoming, and the weekend Asian-style brunch under sparkling chandeliers is an experience. However, some reviewers feel that the rooms need renovation, while others complain of guests from higher rooms peering down into their rooms. The service is excellent, though the staff could be friendlier. Besides, the hotel has had service issues with the spa, and the accommodations could have done better with renovation works. Despite this, many guests appreciate Berns' charm, exclusive services, Asian-inspired cuisine, and central location.
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