Just 30 minutes north of Copenhagen, surrounded by rolling meadows and atmospheric Scandinavian woodland, is one of Denmark’s most exclusive hotels the Kokkedal Castle (or Slot, to give it it’s full Danish title).
Originally built in the mid-1700s … Read more →
Nestled at the top of Copenhagen’s most famous street, 71 Nyhavn Hotel sits between the picturesque Nyhavn canal and the much bigger waterway leading to the harbour. With water on two of its four sides, the hotel has … Read more →
Originally built for those who worked for Scandinavian Airlines, this centrally-located historic hotel was designed by acclaimed designer Arne Jacobsen in the late ‘50s. The commitment to Danish design is evident throughout the hotel, from the Egg and … Read more →
Really, there could be no better location to stay in Copenhagen. Just steps from Copenhagen’s Central Station, five-star boutique hotel Nimb’s back doors open out onto the Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen’s pleasure and amusement gardens.
Housed in a Moorish-inspired … Read more →
Located in the hip Vesterbro area with its Meatpacking District, the 73-room Andersen Hotel scooped TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice and Denmark’s Luxury Boutique Hotel Award last year—not bad for a country famous for its design.
Decorated with textiles and … Read more →