The 5 most luxurious hotels in Copenhagen
1) Radisson Blu Royal
This hotel, designed by architect Arne Jacobsen in the late 1950s, is an icon of Danish modernism. And though the hotel has been fully updated for the 21st century, the spirit of mid-century modernism still lives in room 606, which retains the original 1960s Jacobsen decor.
2) Skovshoved Hotel
Skovshoved Hotel is an elegant example of an old-fashioned, seaside ‘bathing hotel’. It is located halfway between two of the best beaches on the ‘Danish Riviera’: Charlottenlund Fort Beach and Bellevue Beach.
3) Avenue Hotel
The stylish, 68-room Avenue Hotel was fully renovated in 2005 and is positioned at the border between the equally noteworthy Nørrebro and Frederiksberg districts. With its 19th-century red brick architecture and posh interiors, the Avenue Hotel is one of the most fashionable accommodations in Copenhagen.
4) Copenhagen Admiral Hotel
Located directly on the water, just around the corner from the Royal Palace of Amalienborg, the Copenhagen Admiral Hotel is steeped in over 200 years of rich, local history. With over 300 unique rooms, this award-winning, four-star hotel is also rich in stylish, beam-trimmed Scandinavian ambiance.
5) Hotel d'Angleterre
Since 1755, this grand hotel has been hosts to royals, dignitaries, and celebrities. Today, Hotel d’Angleterre stands as a – recently renovated – monument to the golden age of travel and luxury. With its gorgeous rooms and suites, exceptional services, and prime location on the city’s most famous square, there is no more luxurious place to stay in Copenhagen.
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