Furnish the hotel rooms with headboards, night stands, shelves and wardrobes

Skyline tables for the hotel rooms' desks

A home away from home

More than anything else, the job of the hotel room is to act as a temporary home away from home. Comfort, design, colours, materials and quality are all factors that must come together in order to create a visit to be remembered. The Montana system's array of possibilities, its design and elegance makes it possible to create attractive and practical guest rooms and suites that accommodate the quality the guests expect.

Hotel Victoria Tower

Case: Hotel Victoria Tower
Architects: Arthur Buchardt, Wingårdhs Architects, Kiil Interiør

With its 117 metres encased in glass, Victoria Towers soars like a lighthouse along the route between downtown Stockholm and the city's airport. The hotel comprises 229 rooms over 42 floors plus offices, conference facilities and a sky bar. Montana has furnished the hotel rooms with Montana headboards, wardrobe closets, Skyline tables and shelves, Djob tables and Multi Café tables.

Clarion Hotel Energy
Stavanger, Norway

Case: 400 hotel rooms: single/double/deluxe/suites/family
Architects: Snøhetta
Interior architects: Snøhetta and Kiil Interiør

Clarion Hotel Energy comprises 21 floors and 400 hotel rooms and is one of the largest meeting and conference facilities in Scandinavia. Montana has supplied interiors, headboards, nightstands and wardrobe systems for the hotel rooms – which are also equipped with Guest chairs and Skyline tables.


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