Copenhagen’s hotels represent the inspiring and illustrious Danish design, and contribute to a large part of your vacation experience. These exclusive picks are close to Copenhagen’s notable attractions like Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen Central Station. If you’re having trouble narrowing down the lodging list, the good news is that you can’t go wrong with any of these options. Here are some of the top luxury & midrange hotels in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen Luxury Hotels
Hotel D’Angleterre, perhaps the most high-end hotel in Copenhagen, housed in a 250-year-old landmark historic building overlooking King’s Square. This luxury hotel has been the priority choice of various celebrities, due it’s incredible five-star service and impeccable luxury amenities. Inside, you can find a Michelin-star restaurant, posh silver bar, elegant terrace and a la carte breakfast. Additionally, the hotel has incredibly spacious rooms that will make you feel like royalty.
The Nimb Hotel
The Nimb Hotel, another extravagant 5-star establishment, is situated directly next to Tivoli Gardens. The breathtakingly gorgeous building reflects the impressive Danish architecture and the interior is no less pleasing. It’s family-friendly atmosphere creates a welcoming, yet elegant experience, and The Nimb even offers kids’ recreational activities and babysitting service.
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel is not your average Marriott. Each of the spacious rooms include floor-to-ceiling windows that possess views of either the old city or the canal. Rooms are simplistic and open, and amenities like a spa, fitness center, and a bicycle rental are all part of the package. Also, pets are allowed with a fee.
Copenhagen Admiral Hotel
Close to Nyhavn Harbor and neighboring the Amalienborg Castle, you’ll see the stunning Copenhagen Admiral Hotel. This eccentric establishment is over 200 years old, but has been refurbished and decorated to create a dazzling appearance. The hotel’s interior consists of rustic wooden and stone decor, fascinating wall art, and cozy furniture. Another luxury hotel that exemplifies the iconic Danish design, you’ll feel like you’re in a fairytale here.
Copenhagen Mid-Range Hotels
Andersen Boutique Hotel
Andersen Boutique Hotel is close to both Tivoli Gardens and Central Station. This charming hotel is urban and full of personality. Each of the brightly colored rooms are uniquely styled, and feature a mini-fridge, fresh fruit, and a Nespresso machine. The best part of the hotel? A free glass of wine is provided to guests every day between 5 and 6 PM.
The modern, Victorian style Absalon Hotel includes a unique set of amenities like babysitting services, restaurant, Organic Karmameju products, and your choice between a European and American breakfast buffet. Guests can rent bicycles and ride to the close city attractions, as Absalon is close to many shops and cafes. Guests can choose between white and Berry (purple) or Ocean (blue) decorated rooms.
This eco-friendly hotel is located close to Tivoli Gardens and the train station. Axel Guldsmeden radiates a cozy, charming, and stylish character, like a garden-inspired loft. The hotel also includes a gorgeous courtyard, relaxing spa, bar, restaurant, and conference facilities. Also, it’s pet friendly with the purchase of a small fee! If elegance mixed with a little homey-ness sounds appealing, make Axel Guldsmeden the top of your list.
Crowne Plaza Hotel
This trendy, fashionable stay strongly values sustainable, ethical living while maintaining a lavish vibe. Solar panels line three of the hotel’s faces, and the building’s climate control is geothermal, minimizing the use of electricity. Inside the building, you’ll find a plethora of plants, trees, and greenery that have thrived in the hotel’s atmosphere. Crowne Plaza is relatively close to a number of bars and restaurants, Field’s Shopping Center, and the Royal Arena.
Best Places to Eat in Copenhagen
The abundance of restaurant choices in Copenhagen is overwhelming. There isn’t a single place that won’t tempt you with mouthwatering dishes and an aesthetically pleasing vibe. Eating in Copenhagen isn’t just to eat, it’s about the entire experience. Here are some of the best places to eat in the city:
- Cuisine – Scandinavian, Danish
- Atmosphere – eccentric + contemporary
- Cuisine – Turkish, quick bites
- Atmosphere – busy + casual
- Cuisine – Danish, European, creative
- Atmosphere – botanical, quaint building on a lush field
- Cuisine – Mexican, Latin
- Atmosphere – lively + warm
- Cuisine – Scandinavian, Danish, European
- Atmosphere – elegant + authentic
- Cuisine – European, Wine Bar, Danish
- Atmosphere – romantic + relaxed
- Cuisine – French
- Atmosphere – urban + whimsical
- Cuisine – Danish, Cafe, European, Scandinavian
- Atmosphere – friendly, midday brunch vibes
- Cuisine – French, European
- Atmosphere – classy + opulent
- Cuisine – Breakfast, Danish, European
- Atmosphere – fun + friendly