Örenäs Castle (Örenäs slott) is a stately mansion at Landskrona Municipality in Scania, Sweden. It is situated approximately from the center of Landskrona.
The building as it looks today was built in 1914–1918, when Swedish engineer and industrialist Carl Tranchell (1849-1919) had it constructed.
It was designed to resemble a Baroque style castle by architect Fredrik Sundbärg (1860-1913).
During World War II, Danish and Estonian refugees were hosted here. In 1970, the building was renovated and became a public facility.
It and surrounding buildings are now a hotel (with 115 rooms ) and conference centre with a public restaurant.
*List of castles in Sweden