his seven-floor mirrored glass-fronted property is a five-minute walk from the train station in the opposite direction from the main square in charming Old Town, but includes Malmo's oldest preserved half-timbered house.
The 15th-century home of Count Thott is now the remarkable Thott's Restaurant, whose back door opens directly into the hotel. Breakfast is served in this old house, where 15th-century wall paintings have been restored on the second floor.
Old meets new in the lobby. Tapes...