The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers has qualified security personnel and well-functioning routines and processes to handle different events.
We have set a high priority on security at our venue for many years, so that we can effectively ensure the right level of security at the right time. As a visitor, you are safe with us.
Gothia Towers is certified according to the Safe Hotels Premium Level and Well Fire-Protected Hotel. Both certifications set high demands on skills, training and technical protection and provide a guarantee for all guests. You can stay with us in a safe environment.
Message about the corona virus, Covid-19
Published, March 3, 2020
Updated, March 27
Reviewed March 27
The health and well being of our guests and employees is our top priority and we are naturally following the recommendations and decisions of the Swedish authorities.
Since March 12, 2020, public gatherings and public events with more than 500 participants must not be held in Sweden. On March 27, the Government, on the recommendation of the Public Health Authority, decided to further limit public gatherings and public events from Sunday, March 29. The decision, which is valid until further notice, means that the permitted limit for the number of participants is lowered from 500 to 50 people. The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre Group obviously acts in accordance with this decision in all aspects of our business.
Specifically, this means that scheduled meetings and events with fewer than 50 participants will take place as planned.
Below are some of the extra measures we have adopted at our meeting place to date:
- Signs and instructions on general measures to prevent infection are displayed at our venue.
- Our public restrooms are being cleaned more frequently
- Disinfectant and soap are available in all restrooms
- Service areas with disinfectants are located at entrances
- We also have trained medical staff available
As of March 25, the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre Group has increased the security in its restaurant environments according to the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s new rules. The additional measures is taken so that visitors can keep a distance between each other in queues, at tables, buffets or bar counters.
Should new guidelines or decisions be issued, we have effective processes and procedures in place.
If you plan to visit us at the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre (Svenska Mässan), please stay at home if you feel ill or if you have recently visited any of the risk areas listed on the website of the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
We have a complex situation with many involved who are affected, and we get many questions about consequences and actions. We will continue to update our website as soon as we can. We kindly ask for your understanding that we may need some time before we can share new information, and provide answers to all the questions that may arise. For information about our upcoming events, please visit their homepage.