Located in Torsgatan 10, right in the heart of Stockholm’s city centre, our brand new Generator shines with a unique and individual style. Everything is design-led; from the bar and restaurant to the buzzing event space and luxurious private rooms. Generator is sure to be an exciting addition to the city’s vibrant and eclectic culture. We can’t wait for you to be a part of it!
Opens Late Summer 2016. Generator Rome is in a beautiful 19th century building, a short walk from the Colosseum and Roma Termini station. The interior is a tapestry of Roman heritage with 75 intricately styled private or shared en suite rooms.
Overlooking Oosterpark, this former zoological university building can accommodate 564 guests in 168 twin and quadruple rooms with incredible views on the surrounding and en-suite bathrooms. It has flexible and spacious social areas, filled with creative design touches like glass-fronted elevators, an auditorium bar and an outdoor terrace.
The Award winning Generator Paris stands opposite Oscar Niemeyer’s iconic French Communist Headquarters. The hostel is just a few steps from Canal Saint-Martin and Buttes-Chaumont Park and only a 15-minute stroll from Gare du Nord train station. With an intoxicating mix of cinematic design, rich colours, a sparkling reception and the Moroccan chill-out space with artwork by Pieter Ceizer, you’ll feel like you’re on the set of a Parisian art-house movie.
Generator London is a short stroll from Covent Garden, Regents Park and the British Museum. When crafting this hostel we redesigned this old police station to reflect the city’s street life.
Generator Venice stands on the waterfront of the island of Guidecca, one short stop on the Vapporetto from Piazza San Marco. This hostel was originally a warehouse, so the building blends history and character with contemporary design features. Inside the Generator Venice hostel you’ll find luxurious mosaic floors, a glass chandelier and an imposing stone fireplace.
Generator Berlin Mitte is right in the heart of the city. Formerly two 19th century office buildings, it’s now fused into one arts-focused über hostel. And it’s all within stress-free walking distance of Hackescher Markt, Alexanderplatz and Kunsthaus Tacheles.
You'll find Generator Barcelona, hotel and hostel, in the buzzing district of Gracia. The hostel’s just a short walk from Gaudi's iconic Casa Batlló. The interiors showcase a mix of styles and include an oversized wooden birdcage, a winding staircase and a mezzanine chill-out lounge. So much more than just a hostel!
Generator Hamburg is located in the heart of the city, opposite Hauptbahnhof station. John, Paul, George and Ringo once recorded here before they hit the big time. Now it's a hostel, a bar, a morning café, an art house and a favourite neighbourhood hangout.
Generator Copenhagen is smack-bang in the centre of the city, just off the Kongens Nytorv Square. The hostel is housed in a Philippe Starck development and it's a hub for travellers and locals who are drawn by custom-designed furniture and an expansive bar and café.
You'll find Generator Dublin in the hip Smithfield neighbourhood, adjacent to the Jameson Distillery, just a short walk from Temple Bar. The hostel’s open social spaces and café and bar, with its reclaimed wood, exposed brickwork and original stonework, give the place an unruffled industrial feel.
Generator Prenzlauer Berg sits in the heart of the action, near tram stops and Landsberger Allee S-Bahn station. This Generator hostel sits in a former Soviet office block. It is now home to an epic beer garden, open public spaces and big entertainment areas, which make it ideal for groups and school travellers.