The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers are located in the city centre, close to restaurants, culture, an amusement park, museums and arenas for various events.
Walking distance from the whole city's offering.
Close to restaurants and shopping.
Good communications, with direct flights to and from over 50 European destinations.
20 minutes from Gothenburg's two international airports.

Space & visitors
41,000 square metres of exhibition and conference space.
Around 1.2 million visitors annually.
Total area of 180,000 square metres.
Around 8,000 companies exhibit each year.

Gothia Towers hotel
1,200 rooms, of which 11 suites and 2,740 beds.
Europe's largest fully integrated hotel, trade fair and conference facility.
Five-star hotel within a hotel – Upper House.
Function venue, Imagine, for 300 people on the 29th floor of Tower 3.
Panoramic lifts travel at 3.5 metres/second.
Gothia Avenue, a hotel street that includes the lobby, is a total of 262 metres long.
Tower height: Tower 1: 78m
Tower 2: 83m
Tower 3: 100m, Gothenburg's tallest building

New Tower 3
Total loading – 30,000 tonnes.
Loading on large columns in lobby – 1,000 tonnes.
Total wind load on facade – 280 tonnes.
Max. deflection at top in hurricane – 20cm.
Total pipework length – 20km (water, drainage etc.).
Total length ventilation ductwork – 3.5km.
Total sprinkler capacity – 28 litres/second.
Total cabling length – 167km.
Number of light bulbs – 7,600 units (the whole hotel has 24,000 light bulbs).

Upper House
Total loading – 3,200 tonnes.
Total wind load on facade – 95 tonnes.
Pool water – 90 tonnes.
Total pipework length – 6km.
Total length ventilation ductwork – 1.2km.
Total sprinkler capacity – 28 litres/second.
Total cabling length – 68km.
Number of light bulbs – 2,600 units.
Three-storey exclusive spa.

The Theatre – a state-of-the-art arena for superstars and TV galas.

Functions, banquets & meetings
60 conference rooms for 1–8,800 guests.
The conference hall holds 1,500 delegates.
Around 30 trade fairs and hundreds of conferences and meetings are held annually.
Functions and banquets for up to 7,000 guests.

Food & drink
The complex has eight restaurants and five bars.
Restaurants range from 'grab and go' to gourmet.
A king size prawn sandwich is served every four minutes, 24/7 all year round.
Well-known chefs: Executive Chef Krister Dahl has won four gold medals at the Culinary Olympics and Fredrik Andersson is a member of the Swedish Culinary Team.

Three-storey spa, relaxation and fitness suite.
Outdoor pool with a glass floor 50 metres above ground level.