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Sleeping on a design boat or in a brand-new boutique hotel in the city centre? Yes, please! Copenhagen is the right place to experience a unique idea of hospitality (that’s much more welcoming).
If in the high fashion capitals of Milan and Paris, it’s not true that all people wear nice clothes. But in the Scandinavian countries, love for interior design is something that is rings true everywhere, being strictly related to the local culture.
Scandinavian design has changed the history of contemporary furnishings, because it is simple, minimal and at the same time warm and welcoming. In places where winter is long, the home, interior design and furnishings have a vital importance; They need to make you feel at ease, create places to be fully lived, and not just observed.
It is therefore very hard to find hotels in Denmark with tasteless or ugly furnishings, even the most outdated ones. And the new generation of boutique hotels have made architectural space the heart of hospitality, together with the notion that lobbies are like lounges where one can enjoy life, rather than just walk through it.
Right in the city centre, this small hotel is an eclectic mix of Balinese and Nordic style, and not at all hipster. In the summer, the courtyard with its café is delightful, while in winter, the Orangerie is a welcoming space to take shelter from the cold weather while still surrounded by nature. It doesn’t have a swimming pool, but go up to the roof to the outdoor spa where instead of a shower you can literally use a bucket of water.
Sixties style Danish design with the comforts of the 21st century. An older style motel with a vintage allure, but real, because all pieces are original and the collection is unique. The reception is like a museum for the number of chairs, desks and furniture on display. Just a step away from Strøget shopping area, this hotel has a motto you can sense: “like at a friend’s house”.
A typical Danish home, furnished in a classic style, very intimate and with a small courtyard serving as an oasis of relaxation. For those looking for a cosy place and don’t really care about Nordic minimalist design. The facilities and bedrooms are not very kid-friendly, thus making it ideal for couples.
An old boat anchored in the main channel of the city, fully renovated – in a simple and minimal way with all the facilities needed (a three-star hotel). Large windows in each room for a unique view and a rooftop for sunbathing and relaxing. It only has 12 rooms and value for money is great, so you have to book in advance.
Opened in 2017, the refined design of the rooms in shades of black and white is just one of the qualities of this luxury four-star hotel offering a wine hour for its guests, a rooftop with spectacular views, an exclusive rum bar and an organic breakfast.
Overlooking the fashionable Vesterbro district, this is the most hipster of the hotels in the city, and the first to have opened in the 1930s. The Danish functionalist-style building has been renovated without altering its soul and the lacquered wood of the doors and furnishings.