The Clarion Collection Hotel Post is a charming hotel, located in the old post office in central Oskarshamn. You'll stay close to Oskarshamn Station and the Gotland Ferry Terminal. Breakfast, fika and our evening meal are always included in the price of your room.
In the centre of Oskarshamn
The Clarion Collection Hotel Post enjoys a central location by Stora Torget in Oskarshamn, just a few minutes' walk from the travel centre and ferry terminal. The older part of the city is just around the corner, with cobblestoned streets, art studios and shops.
Fika and evening meal included
In addition to the buffet breakfast served every morning, all our guests can also enjoy our fika and evening meal every day. The meals are always included in the price of your room. You can find out more about our food offer and serving times under Services.
Clarion Collection Hotel Post is cash-free, which ensures added security for our guests and visitors. More information about this can be found under FAQs.
We offer five recently renovated conference rooms and two meeting rooms, with a total capacity of 70 people in a beautiful building in central Oskarshamn.
Relaxation area with sauna
Our relaxation area has a wonderfully serene atmosphere. This is the place to come if you're in need of some peace and quiet.
Golf in Oskarshamn
Oskarshamn has a thriving golf scene. We work closely with Oskarshamn Golf Club, which has a lovely 18-hole course.
From post office to popular hotel
The Clarion Collection Hotel Post is located in two buildings, each with its own story to tell of Oskarshamn's past. The beautiful main building dates back to 1905 and used to be the city's post office before it became a hotel in 1985. It underwent extensive renovation in 2012. The interior of the main building dates back to the early 1900s. It has high ceilings and several of the rooms have stunning ceramic fireplaces. The hotel truly offers a reminder of the city's past as a shipbuilding community. The former city hotel is located nearby and it was renovated in 2003.