Djingis Khan

The name of the hotel is instead inspired by the classic student play (Lundaspexet) Djingis Khan, performed at the Lund Carnival 1954.

The play is about Djingis Khan and his sons’ futile attempts to conquer Samarkand ("the Eslöv of Asia") and became immensely popular with its breathtaking puns and catchy music. It has ever since then been a standard on the repertoire. Djingis Khan was translated to English for a visit of the EU Parliament in 1986, and has toured the US in this version. At the 50th anniversary year 2004 the original members performed a special version for the kids at preschool Djingis Khan in Lund.

From the start the building was a nursery home. In the 1980's the building was converted into a hotel and has been ever since. Today the hotel is owned by the Hallencreutz family.

The Hotel area

The hotel consists of three floors with hotel rooms and apartments on the top and middle planet. There are a couple of cozy lounge areas for pleasant times.

From our reception you can reach the first floor of our restaurant with large windows for maximum light and conservatory where you can socialize or just relax and enjoy a cup of coffee.

In our wonderful lush garden with magnolia, an entire wall with ivy, roses and a pond, you can sit down in the summer sit down and enjoy our patio.

Downstairs from the reception you will also find our gym, a childrens playroom & games room and billiards as well as our relaxation area with a small gym, sauna. We also have a guest laundry room free to use for our hotel guests. No matter where you are on hotel, you can log on to the wireless network.

Child friendly

With us, the whole family is welcome. We have rooms with sofa beds.

We have a small children's corner with toys and books at the hotel's ground floor. There is also a pool table. At the ground floor there is also a laundry room that guests can reserve free of charge.

In the neighborhood there are several playgrounds and at St. Hans Backar there is plenty of space for children to run around! In the spring you can have a picnic and in the winter you can go sledding.

In our own inner garden you can go exploring and see if you can spot some animals!


A few hundred meters to the north you find Sankt Hans Hills, a large park area with woodland paths, jogging tracks and a varied topography with a breathtaking view of Lund, Oresund and Denmark.
Despite it's location there are no more than a handful of Swedish cities with greater height difference within the city limits.

Anyone who wants to exercise indoors find Victoria Stadium within walking distance (350 meters): tennis courts, badminton courts, squash courts, solarium, gym and a large three-pronged hall for team sports. Delphinen, a local indoor swimming bath, is also within walking distance (1100 meters).

There are 43 parks within the city of Lund. In the municipality there are one national park (Dalby hage) and 17 nature reserves. One of the world’s oldest and most well-known stud farms – Flyinge, dating from the 12th century – can be visited 15 km to the north.

The quickest and most efficient way to get around in Lund and the surroundings is by bike. You can use one of our bikes for free.

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